Bruce Lipton Experience
A few years ago, someone recommended the books and videos from Dr. Joe Dispenza to me. In his book “You are the placebo,” he explains the power of the human mind and everything it can create if we practice conscious thoughts. If I have to tell the whole book from over 300 pages in one sentence, I would say, “You will get what you believe in.”
After watching a few of his videos, I saw that other scientists are explaining quantum physics, and Dr. Bruce Lipton is among them.
My husband and I are enjoying listening to these scientific explanations that every human being creates consciously or unconsciously their reality. Everyone should decide whether these ideas resonate with them or not. In my opinion, the idea that I create my own life brings me more peace than the thought that God punishes me, and I must’ve done some terrible sin, and now my child and I will suffer. Personal development is based on the idea that we can choose not to be a victim of circumstances. There are tools and methods you can use to change the programs and beliefs that don’t serve you and improve your life.
I thought about it, made some small changes like meditation and exercise in the morning, and wrote down what I am grateful for in the evening. I’ve noticed slight improvements in my everyday life. I was feeling better, and my relations with the people around me drastically improved.
My husband and I found out that Dr. Bruce Lipton is coming to Europe to give a two-day lecture. We decided to go. It was an opportunity to learn and to spend a weekend together. Joana, of course, stayed with her grandmothers.
The main idea in Dr. Bruce Lipton’s teachings is that the programs we carry determine our behavior and the way we live. If you haven’t heard of Dr. Bruce Lipton, you can look for his videos on YouTube. The titles of the videos are usually something like “How to reprogram your subconscious mind.”
Some scientists say that the things that Dr. Bruce Lipton is claiming are not scientifically proven. I am not a scientist, and I don’t have time and will to learn and to test all of that myself. I decided to go with a little faith and to follow the principals and ideas that were suggested. I had nothing to lose. Those were ideas of positive thinking, reviewing the programs I carry with me from my childhood, getting the information that serves me, and trying some new tactics for reprogramming. Just to see what happens.
We had a great time that weekend in Zagreb. The flight was on time, our accommodation was close to the event, the weather was beautiful, we saw the city, and we enjoyed some time alone.
The lecture was fantastic. There were over 800 people in the audience, and Dr. Bruce Lipton was welcomed with a big applause. I was very excited to be there. The first day it was 3h lecture, as an introduction.
He talked about the Movie Matrix. That the idea of how we are creators of our own lives is not new age, but science. We can all create the life we want, but we don’t do that because we carry programs that prevent us from doing that: improving our knowledge is power. That knowledge is power, and lack of knowledge is a lack of power. He said it’s a myth that biological processes use Newtonian physics. The right answer would be: biological processes use quantum physics.
That it’s the myth that genes control biology. – Epigenetic controls biology. It’s a myth that evolution is a random process; evolution is an adjustment process. And it’s not survival of the fittest – true would be: survival of the most fitting.
When we are children, we start to absorb programs and limit beliefs from our family and the environment. By the time we are grownups, we develop rigid beliefs. But how can we have rigid beliefs when everything in the Universe is changing? Dr. Lipton said something I liked very much and resonated with me a lot: “Rigid creates challenges.” I agree with this. People have some kind of belief about something or someone that they stick to, no matter what, without looking at it from a different angle, which always creates challenges for them.
I was in my nerd mood, and I took notes in my notebook. Some I will present here. The lecture continued on the second day.
There was a long and detailed explanation about energy and proteins (every cell is contented of proteins) and that protein + signal = behavior. Dr. Lipton explained further how our beliefs control our biology. And that we have the power to change that belief. For more on this topic, you can find videos on YouTube.
I loved the explanation about our emotions of anger, stress, pressure, love, fear joy… That those are symptoms, and they are not here to bother us but give us information about our bodies. And I loved it when he explained that when we are in love, we produce dopamine, oxytocin, vasopressin, and growth hormone. And when we are in fear, we produce cortisol, norepinephrine, cytokine, and histamine, all of which are stress hormones.
He says that the function of the mind is to create coherence between our beliefs and our reality. And that if you believe that you can – you will do it. If you think that you can’t – then that is also true. Buddha said 2.500 years before: What we think – we become. The explanation about the conscious and subconscious mind was terrific. And how the programs are unconsciously created in a child’s brain. The child observes the behaviors of others. Its programs depend on what it hears and whether it receives enough love and attention or was ignored. Aristotle said: Give me a child for the first seven years, and I will give you the man.
He talked about the importance of focusing your mind. That wandering mind is unhappy mind, and meditation helps a lot.
He explained that 95% of our reactions and habits come from the subconscious mind and that we need to change our habits if we want to change things we don’t like about ourselves. That way, with the repetition of practicing new habits, we reprogram our minds. I liked it, mainly when he talked about self-love. He said 85% of the audience wouldn’t test this and say, “I love my self,” to see what sensation it would bring them. Their program is “I am not worthy of loving.”
Dr. Lipton said that the science today admits that:
“A fundamental conclusion of the new physics also acknowledges that the observer creates reality. As observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our reality. Physicists are being forced to admit that the Universe is a “mental” construction. Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote: “The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the Universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter; instead, we ought to hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter. Get over it, and accept the inarguable conclusion. The Universe is immaterial-mental and spiritual.” R.C. Henry, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins University said that
We are not just a mind and a body. We are a mind, a body, and a spirit.
Everything we don’t like about ourselves we can change it,
Our minds have great power.
All the information above is the main points from my notebook (I told you I was in a nerd mood😊). The lecture was exciting, full of everyday examples and humor. The seminar was very inspiring.
Before the seminar, when we listened to the videos, we heard in some of them that by changing the way we think and reprogram our minds, even illnesses could be cured.
We went to the seminar in Zagreb to learn new things, but we also hoped to hear if there may be something we can do for Joana.
At one of the breaks, my husband caught a moment with Dr. Lipton and asked him: “How can we reprogram the subconscious mind of Joana, when she doesn’t understand words? Can we do that?”
And I will never forget the amount of enthusiasm in Dr. Lipton’s words, saying: “Absolutely! Absolutely! You can talk to her. You can send her positive vibrations. Neither you nor anyone from your environment should feel sorry for her. Don’t look at her as a poor thing. You should tell her every day how powerful she is. How strong she is. Tell her that she can be whoever she wants to be. Give her love and support.”
There was something very motivating in the way he said that. We were already telling her only positive affirmations and that we love her very much. Now, we couldn’t wait to come home and to hug her and say, “You are so strong. You are so powerful. I trust you, and I am proud of you. You know what to do, and I am sure you will find your way to be whoever you want to be”.
Just to be clear, Dr. Lipton didn’t say, “Do this, and she will be cured.” He only said he trusts that even a child with brain damage has a chance in a positive environment. Personally, I think that she and everyone else can be cured of anything. Nothing is impossible. And if that is supposed to happen, it will be at the rightest time. There is a Process, and I choose to trust that Process and believe that everything will arrive at the right time. I trust the Process because I believe that something better is always on the way.
I know about a lot of experiments made on plants. You take one plant, and you talk to it every day; you tell it that you love it and that it’s beautiful. And you take another plant, and you say it is ugly and wrong, and you hate it. The results are that the first plant grows green and beautiful, and the second plant stays small and eventually dies.
The same experiments are done on the water. This is explained in almost all documentaries about water. That the crystals of the water in a loving environment, seen under the microscope, are with the right form. And crystals of the water in a stressful environment are dark and shapeless under the microscope.
If that is true for the water and the plants, why shouldn’t be for the people?
I choose a positive attitude because it makes me feel good beside all the other effects. It makes me calm, happy, and fellfield. When I say “I am thankful for____” it feels so right.