Fascinating combination of science and consciousness. I still don't understand tapping though. :-)
Well encompassing & Illuminating!
Quantum Physics and New Biology
New Biology - What life is all about
No, kept me awake and really engrossed in listening - not wanting to miss an information. Even took down notes in my Evernote apps.
A little Slower pacing in the lecture.
I love the fact that i felt like Bruce Lipton was sitting right in front of me talking to me. Maybe that's why i cried at that end because he was telling me how i can fix the problem and it felt like he was right here talking to me.
That the cell in our body is the image of me.
The last hour because thats what I am studying. The consciousness and subconscious MIND.
I recommend this book to anyone who is studying the CELLS and MIND. Its a very power full book and it will keep you very interesting in it. I will never look at life the same and this book have me questioning my beliefs in the Christian "religion".
Say something about yourself!
Tells you all you need to know about how your beliefs and perceptions effect the working of your biology.
He narrates the world of biology in an easy to understand way.
I've never heard an audiobook with such fast speaking, and found the tone annoying at times. But the information given was fascinating and useful in helping me to understand more about what gets in the way of living life the way I want to, and what can be done about it.
Decades ago I was very interested in genetics, but have not kept up at all with the developments in that field. I really liked hearing what has been happening and what the current theories are.
This book has given me more confidence that my strategy of using meridian tapping to free myself of old patterns is an effective one.
Listening to this audiobook is like one of those AHA! moments. It's where science and common sense meet and you think "isn't that obvious?" in hindsight.
A paradigm shift in the way we look at DNA, proteins, thoughts, and they way our bodies work. To summarize the book quickly, i'd say "You are not your DNA. Your DNA does not determine your destiny." And this is the proof we've been seeking.
If you really want to delve in to this topic and take the scenic route then get the unabridged version "The Wisdom of Your Cells: How Your Beliefs Control Your Biology". Or if you're short on time then this is the rush hour version to listen to.
The Narrator has a dull put you to sleep voice. The message of the book is poorly constructed and leads you no place. Many people think they can read. Many people think they can write. In this case they were both wrong.
The Biology of Belief was a very interesting book and kept my attention. The beginning was very science heavy and it took a while to get to the story, but it set a solid foundation. His assumptions and science were strong and in-line with many current belief systems of creating our own destiny. Bruce Lipton brings this to the molecular level. Unfortunately the pay off at the end was weak. He didn't seem to have any strong ideas about what we should do with this knowledge or give us any suggestions on how to enhance our own lives.
Only as a means of continuing to form a decision about his work; I'm not entirely sold on his work and dont want to condem it w/out more sampling, tho' thus far I'm disappointed. I was prepared to love this book but didn't. Part 1 is the science of the cell. It's clear, easy to learn, and is wonderful. But his surprise and very basic language regarding the body/mind connection give the impression that he's just learned and can hardly believe its existence. Not for the long-time student and believer in the body mind connection.
Next one will have to be for free.
This is the first Lipton piece I've listened to.
I loved his delievery as it came across as a lively lecture, not as someone reading the written word. As we all know, speech patterns are very, very different than written language. There were many occasions that Lipton's sentences simply could not have been one simply reading words that came from written composition. Is this book is a transcript of a talk? Did he 'free style' as he read his book? I don't know. I'm curious enuf' that I may get the book from the library and compare it to his reading.