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How Your Genes Listen to Your Beliefs with Dr. Bruce Lipton


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This is the video cast of the Commune podcast with Jeff Krasno. In this episode, Jeff interviews Dr. Bruce Lipton on the Biology of Belief. Contrary to an outdated understanding of genetics, your genes aren’t actually “on” or “off.” Different chemicals cause different responses in your genes, and since it is your brain that decides what chemical signals to send to the cells, your consciousness is actually your chief architect. In this episode, Dr. Lipton and Jeff discuss the interconnected relationship between belief and biology, and how you can use Dr. Lipton’s pioneering understanding of epigenetics to create health.

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Sheri Schroeder

1 year ago
We are spiritual beings...thank you for the reminder!
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Bozenna Slominski

2 years ago
I love your mind and your knowledge, Dr. B Lipton!
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