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Bruce Lipton: Being a Cell of Humanity & Letting Go of the Illusion of Separation

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: humans, americans, government, politics, society )

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Bruce Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. He has been a guest speaker on dozens of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national conferences. He speaks about the Oneness of humanity, and why


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Kamila A (141)
Thursday September 15, 2011, 9:23 am
This researcher explains why and how we are actually One organism as humanity on this planet. If we don't get to this realization, we will become extinct. The new science, Epi-genetic control is something new and changes the way we see our story, and changes our awareness, granting us power that we forgot we actually had! He bridges science and spirituality beautifully. If you can't watch this pretty long video, I urge you to check out his website with lots of great info at

Penelope P (222)
Thursday September 15, 2011, 9:43 am
One has one's doubts-the pyramids areNOT 50,000 years old-what else has he got incorrect

Past Member (0)
Thursday September 15, 2011, 9:56 am
Wow, man, I remember, believe it or not, that's exactly what I felt the summer of '78 once the orange sunshine kicked in. Groovy. By the way, isn't Bruce Lipton part of the Lipton Tea family? I'd feel pretty cosmic if I were that wealthy too.

Penelope P (222)
Thursday September 15, 2011, 10:29 am
Just re listened-may have got that wrong myself-
Hope so. There I was sitting back in Euphoria thinking hundreth monkey type thoughts and celebrating the Alchemical style idea of the universe that this puts forth.

Then horror -heard 50.000 years in horror - His theory at least partiallybit is a bitLanarkian however isn't it?

Spiritual stuff anyway at least in the bible,makes it clear that everything comes from God-If this is so we are all part of everything and of each other anyway-

He has also almagamated a bit of Jung and is churning out a hell of a lot of zen buddism

but he is rigt "amo vicit omnia"

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Saturday September 17, 2011, 11:19 pm
Certainly there is an inter-relatedness to all life on earth and what affects one portion in some way or another is likely to affect the rest, to one extent or another. But I don't think Dr. Lipton has provided the evidence needed to prove his thesis.

And for someone who is a scientist, he does seem to get quite a few facts wrong. He says that five times in our planet's lifespan life "got wiped out essentially and started over again" and "everything got destroyed". But that isn't accurate. While there have been those "mass extinctions", "life" did not get wiped out and not "everything" got destroyed - there were sharp and relatively sudden decreases in the number of species, but a large amount of "life" most assuredly continued.

And he does indeed state that the pyramids are 50,000 years old - an utterly incorrect fact.

He also grossly oversimplifies and distorts epigenetic control, saying that it's "your perception" and "you control your genetics by the way you respond to the world." However epigenetics isn't about us "controlling" our own genetics through "creating a more harmonious world", as he put it.

Among other questionable conclusions.

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