Today is an awesome, awesome day. I’m going to introduce you to an amazing man, who has made me the happiest woman alive. No, he’s not some dude who rocked my world. It’s better than that (unless there was chocolate involved in the rocking of the world, in which case it would be a tie).
Whenever I explain my version of LOA (because not all versions are the same), I’m very careful not to claim that science has proven these principles. Oh sure, some people will say that Quantum Physics has proven that we create our own reality, but I’ve yet to meet a Quantum Physicist who has confirmed this as fact. There are theories and one can draw conclusions from those theories, but honestly, we’re still a long ways off from proving this stuff in a way that the huddled masses will accept. Or so I thought.
I’ve always maintained my belief that modern science will one day prove that we create our own reality. And, I truly believed that it would happen in my life time. Well, buckle up y’all, because it turns out I was wrong (smelling salts have been provided for your convenience). Science won’t prove this stuff sometime in the future. Science, ladies and gentlemen, is faster than that. It’s been done. That’s right. We have scientific proof that our beliefs, or our perception, create our reality.
Meet Dr. Bruce Lipton
Thanks to Awesome* Reader John (the * is for extra awesomeness), I’ve been reading about and watching videos of Dr. Lipton for the last couple of weeks. I’ve been entranced. Even though my schedule has been booked solid and I’ve barely had time to breathe, I spent every evening filling my head with visions of DNA, cellular structure, proteins, enzymes and other wonderful science-y stuff. (If you’re wondering what the way to my heart is, this would be it. Well, this and chocolate. Yes, I know I’m a bit of a geek. I make no apologies for that.)
Dr. Bruce Lipton is a stem cell biologist. He’s the real deal. Having once been on the medical school lecture circuit, he now spends most of his time educating audiences filled with scientists and lay people alike about the cutting edge science that not only validates a lot of what us LOA’ers have been saying all along, but debunks some commonly accepted scientific knowledge.
Genes determine nothing. We are not a slave to our genes, they have no power over us at all. So, those of you who have been saying that you can’t lose weight because you have the “fat jeans gene”, or who have been worried that you might succumb to your “cancer gene”, stop it.
I KNOW, right?? This is big, BIG stuff. I’m all tingly. How about you?
Want to know more?
Of course you do! If you’re anything like me, you’re literally jumping out of your seat right now. So, I’m sharing a lecture of Dr. Lipton’s below. It’s an hour long and the man talks a mile a minute, so there’s TONS of info in there. And yes, it is fairly scientific, but clear enough for a lay person to understand (I’m not a scientist either and I totally got it.) And I know that in internet years, an hour is, like, an eternity. But trust me, do yourself a favor and watch this video.
At the end of the video, Dr. Bruce (or Dr. Awesome, as I have come to affectionately call him, I mean, we haven’t met, YET, but in my head, we’re good friends. Again, no apologies) mentions the second part of the lecture given by Rob Williams. You can find that video here: The Psychology of Change.
Ok, what do you think? Are you totally blown away? Doing a happy dance? Unimpressed? Confused? Passed out from all the excitement? Hungry for chocolate since I mentioned it so many times? Let me know in the comments! Yay!