If looking at today's headlines makes you wonder about the fate of our planet, here is some news that may surprise you: from an evolutionary standpoint, we are exactly where we need to be. According to eminent biologist Bruce H. Lipton and political and cultural commentator Steve Bhaerman, we are surrounded by the proof that we are poised to take an incredible step forward in the growth of our species. On Spontaneous Evolution, you are invited to participate in an eye-opening examination of science and history - one that leads to a profound vision of the next "holistic" stage of human civilization. Join these two pioneers as they explore:
Many of the ideas and institutions that define our culture today are breaking down - and that's a good thing, say Lipton and Bhaerman. this is a necessary part of the natural process of clearing out what no longer serves us to make room for a new way of being that will carry us into the next age. Spontaneous Evolution is an insightful, playful, and ultimately hopeful look at the unfolding destiny of our species - and how you can play an active role as a co-creator of the world to come.
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A great listen. Start with Bruce Lipton's two earlier books though. After listening to these three books you really start to think about your own interaction with other people. It can help your life and give you perspective.
This was an engaging listening experience, in part because the material itself was a stimulating mix of quantum physics, evolutionary theory, spirituality and human potential - and in part because Lipton and Bhaerman speak to the listener (as in an interesting lecture or seminar) instead of reading from a text, which can often be a bit more wooden and dry. I listened to this on an eight hour solo car trip and the miles and hours flew by.
We have been following both Bruce and Steve for awhile and are glad they got together. Bruce makes the content easy to understand and Steve makes it even more enjoyable to listen to. If you haven't heard about these two men or listened to them explain stuff, you are definitely in for a new treat. Both are great speakers and know their subjects well. And we thought we could never become a brain surgeon, HAH! Look at us now!
If ever you wanted an articulate, thoughtful and yes- science-based explanation for where we we're going and where we've been, this is the listen for you. The authors use a combination of story-stelling, scientific data, and known historical information to answer the three primary questions for the ages: How did we get here? Why are we here? What are we to do now (what's our purpose for being on this planet)?
Beautifully told and worth the time to expand your mind and offer hope for how we can evolve (should we choose to) as a human race.
Yes awesome, I have reread this one and his other books repeatedly! He Is so brilliant!
He is just so right! Listen to his other two books first as then u will be convinced, this book shouldn't be read first. He has another book coming out with word honeymoon in it. Read that one last! This one third!
Only Bruce Lipton did one book w him so far!
I love it! It makes me happy as it brings me closer to understanding great truths!
A must read but his other teo books are way better to start w or u won't get how great this book is.
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Okay I admit it I am a Bruce Lipton fan. I enjoy having a book that makes me question and think. Once again Lipton comes though. I love this book and you will be happy if you read or listen to it.
All of Bruce Lipton's book have the same feel. His writing is very consistent. The complex theories, concepts, and ideas are presented logically, clearly, and in a very easy to understand conversational tone.
I love listening to Steve Bhaerman voice. I feel that I receive deeper meaning listening while I am working.
Fantastic read. I highly recommend it
I love the premise of the book--very hopeful
I don't love how Lipton presents, but the info makes up for it.
I heard Steve Bhaerman's comedy routine here in Woodstock, NY. He was very funny and entertaining, but he went on too long and I finally lost interest. The same with the book, although it bored me quite quickly, probably after a few pages. I had really hoped for more insight from Bruce Lipton. And their voices are hard to listen to. Too bad.
I've already listened to this book twice, and will at least twice more.
I loved how the evolution of god beliefs seems to need to return to the start.
The one I mentioned as the most memorable.
I have already recommended this book to many friends. If you haven't listened to it yet, be sure to at very least put it on your wishlist so you'll not forget about it!
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