How To Reprogram Your Mind & Become A Conscious Creator w/ Dr. Bruce Lipton

Added: Mar 14, 2024

In this podcast episode, Dr. Bruce Lipton discusses the impact of consciousness on our biology and genetics. He challenges the traditional belief that genes control our lives and introduces the concept of epigenetics, where consciousness plays a significant role in shaping our genetic activity.

Introduction to Quantum Physics and Consciousness

Dr. Lipton explains that quantum physics has revealed that everything in the universe is made of energy, not matter. The principle of quantum physics states that consciousness is creating our life experience. This means that our thoughts and consciousness shape our reality. He emphasizes that our identity is an energy field picked up by receptors on our cells, and our thoughts and emotions influence our biology.

The Role of Stress and Genetics in Health

Dr. Lipton highlights that stress is responsible for over 90% of health issues on the planet, while genetics play a minor role, less than 1%. He debunks the myth that genes control our fate, stating that there is no gene that directly causes cancer. Instead, he explains that disharmony in the system, influenced by stress and environmental factors, leads to disease. He shares examples of how adopted children can develop the same illnesses as their adoptive families, despite having different genetics, emphasizing the impact of programming and environment on health.

The Power of Consciousness in Genetic Expression

Dr. Lipton shares his research on stem cells, demonstrating that genetic expression can be altered by changing the environment in which cells are placed. He emphasizes that our consciousness and thoughts play a crucial role in controlling our genetic activity. By understanding epigenetics, individuals can realize that they are not victims of their heredity but masters of their genetic expression. He encourages people to shift their focus from genetic determinism to conscious creation.

The Subconscious Mind and Programming

Dr. Lipton explains the difference between the conscious and subconscious mind. The conscious mind is creative and driven by wishes and desires, while the subconscious mind operates on autopilot, running programmed behaviors. He highlights that the subconscious mind is heavily influenced by the environment and programming received during childhood. He discusses how subconscious programs can impact behavior and health without individuals being aware of them.

Becoming a Conscious Creator

Dr. Lipton emphasizes the importance of tapping into the conscious mind to become a conscious creator of one's reality. By being present and aware of one's thoughts and beliefs, individuals can start to alter and adjust the subconscious programming that influences their behavior and health. He shares his personal experience of realizing that he was running a program that was sabotaging his life. With the help of his partner, he rewrote this program and shifted towards positive empowerment.

He highlights the impact of programming from parents, culture, and societal beliefs on an individual's mindset. Dr. Lipton mentions the Toltec belief of the "mote," which refers to the marketplace of ideas and beliefs that influence our thoughts and behaviors. He stresses the need to rewrite negative programs and be mindful of the cultural programming that affects us.

Control and Manipulation

Dr. Lipton discusses how forces in society aim to control and manipulate individuals for profit and control. He mentions Skinner's box as a metaphor for how external forces seek to manipulate human behavior for their benefit. He talks about the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few and the impending collapse of civilization due to resource depletion and economic disparities.

Fear and Disempowerment

The conversation delves into the role of fear in disempowering individuals and how it is leveraged by external forces to manipulate behavior. Dr. Lipton emphasizes the fear of death as a primary fear that influences human actions and beliefs. He discusses how the fear of death and pain can be transcended through practices like psychedelics, initiatic experiences, and reconnecting with nature. He mentions the importance of addressing these fears to empower oneself and resist manipulation.

Reincarnation and Consciousness

Dr. Lipton touches upon the concept of reincarnation and the continuity of consciousness beyond physical death. He references research on past life memories and the resurgence of ancient traditions and lineages in the modern world. He highlights the importance of reconnecting with indigenous wisdom and practices that recognize the interconnectedness of spirit and matter. He discusses the role of psychedelics in expanding consciousness and promoting mental health.

Building a Better System

Dr. Lipton advocates for building a better system rather than fighting against existing power structures. He encourages individuals to focus on personal growth, empowerment, and creating positive change in their lives. He emphasizes the Serenity Prayer's message of focusing on what can be changed and letting go of what cannot be changed. He discusses the influence of media and the need to be discerning about the information we consume.

The Role of Community and Harmony

The conversation shifts towards the importance of community and harmony in society. Dr. Lipton highlights the need for unity and collaboration among individuals to address societal issues and create a more harmonious world. He shares examples of how communities can come together to overcome conflicts and build a better future for all.

Challenges in the Current Healthcare System

Dr. Lipton criticizes the current healthcare system, pointing out its focus on profit and medication rather than holistic well-being. He discusses how doctors are often constrained by corporate interests and time limitations, leading to a lack of personalized care for patients. He advocates for a more humanitarian approach to healthcare, emphasizing the importance of energy healing and conscious practices.

The Impact of War Mentality

The conversation touches upon the detrimental effects of a war mentality, both in healthcare and global conflicts. Dr. Lipton draws parallels between the body's immune response to cancer cells and society's approach to war, highlighting the need for rehabilitation and communication rather than aggression and destruction. He emphasizes the importance of finding peaceful solutions to conflicts and moving beyond divisive ideologies.


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