by: Bruce Lipton

'In recent years, the most mind-blowing book I have read is The Biology of Belief by biologist Bruce Lipton. I had known for decades that our health mirrors our state of consciousness - but I couldn’t prove it to a scientist. Now, for the first time, I understood the physical pathways by which the invisible realms of thoughts and beliefs get ‘downloaded’ into the physical body - via the cellular membrane - switching genes on or off, and creating either health or dis-ease. I remember dancing around the room in excitement at this! Bruce Lipton shows that we are not victims of our genes, and that the body is designed to be healthy - if only we get out of its way. This groundbreaking book bridges the gap between biology and spirituality, between mind and matter, between science and metaphysics. And it is written in such a readable, ebullient and passionate style that you cannot help but smile as you read it!' With love and blessings, Gill Edwards, author of Conscious Medicine

This book will forever change the way we think about the connection between mind and matter. Hailed as a major breakthrough, The Biology of Belief presents scientific evidence showing that genes and DNA do not control our biology. Instead, Bruce Lipton shows that genes are turned on and off by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts. His discoveries have huge importance for our beliefs, shattering the old myth that we are frail biochemical machines controlled by genes, and giving convincing, scientific support to the understanding that we are powerful creators of our lives and the world in which we live. Dr Lipton shows how our beliefs, true or false, positive or negative, affect genetic activity and actually alter our genetic code. His profoundly hopeful work gives important clues as to how we can retrain our consciousness to create healthy beliefs, and by doing so create lasting, positive results in our bodies and our lives.
224pp, 152mm x 228mm, illus. in b&w, Paperback, 2006, RRP 25.00

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