Day 54: Biological Sustainability

Bruce Lipton interview about The Biolology of Belief

We aren’t victims of genetics, release that idea and reclaim your freedom, this interview explains how. Put a stem cell in a dish, leave it alone, it will reproduce, exponentially creating exact copies of itself. Take these identical copies, place them in three different environments and you’ll get three different materials. What does that mean? Because they are made up of cells, our genes are defined by the environment they’re placed in. The cells in our body are changeable; more so in the first six years of our lives but also later in life after their programming has been finished.

The chemistry of protection contrasts with the chemistry of growth. If your blood is constantly pumping to support the energy of “fight or flight” — AKA that shitty feeling you get when you’re stressed and don’t know how to slow down or relax — what kind of environment do you think your cells are being enveloped in? In contrast, highly oxygenated blood filled with endorphins and other love chemicals will support healthy cells more readily. That’s science.

Evolution is based on community and cooperation; a body has 50 trillion cells and it only functions well when they live in harmony with each other. Now we’re finding out that humans are just like cells in a whole body called humanity. Science is witnessing the evolution of the human race into a new organism similar to the unprecedented period of evolution experienced when the first single-celled organisms joined together to form multi-cellular beings two billion years ago.

Also, quantum physics? Damn, that’s some exciting science! (No, really though.)

So, I’m in love with this interview, I haven’t ever seen one with so much concise, relevant information. It’s a bit hard to take in all at once, I suggest fifteen minute segments in order for you to really internalize the magic.

Have you read Lipton’s books or anything similar? What do you think about the closing gap between science and spirituality? What’s more exciting, becoming more conscious or eating freshly baked cookies?

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