September 19


Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Epigenetics: The science of Human Empowerment

By heheals

September 19, 2020

Through the research of Dr. Lipton and other leading-edge scientists, stunning new discoveries have been made about the interaction between your mind and body and the processes by which cells receive information. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology, that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our thoughts. He demonstrates how the new science of Epigenetics is revolutionizing our understanding of the link between mind and matter and the profound effects it has on our personal lives and the collective life of our species.



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  1. Epigenetics will be key in helping people with addiction as well, instead of having people count each day as an (addict) who will have a disease for LIFE.. People will be able to live their lives and put it behind them.

  2. This is the first time I listened to this video on Epigenetics by Dr. Bruce Lipton and I was absolutely amazed at how he substantiated my belief that the environment we put ourselves in, or find ourselves in, can completely affect or alter our emotions or feelings and how we react to situations we encounter in our everyday lives. Epigenetics explains how we can influence the way we think and change the outcome of a situation by controlling the signals we receive externally.

  3. Well that proves modern synthesis is bullocks, I already new it was a failed model for evolution but this showed exactly why. Much of the DNA doesn't mutate so we are NOT really the product of natural selection of beneficial random mutations but the result of how epigenetics responds to the environment. Yet that core function of epigenetics doesn't mutate and is found in every organism down to individual microbes. This means that the earliest microbes were fully developed and evolved from the very beginning.

    How does the origin of life from natural origins explain this embedded information? It is really screwed – it can't even explain how the real building blocks of life (RNA / DNA, proteins and vesicles) form from the simple molecular compounds of amino acids, nucleobases, lipids and hydrocarbons, let alone how the building blocks could form a basic living cell. So how can it explain the embedded information of epigenetics?

  4. I wonder if bruce lipton has looked at hado energy and the effect between thoughts and water. Also the rice experiment fits well with this theory with a little mystical wifi. Any thoughts on these connections please comment back. Thanks great video😊

  5. Why I think that philosophies the likes of Dr. Bruce Lipton are valid is clearly observable when we consider how we can suddenly focus on a song, for example, in the silence of our mind and then begin to sing that tune, in key, out of seemingly nowhere–by thinking with some measure of concentrated effort we can literally change the resonance or frequency of vibration in the very room that we stand in simply by focusing our mental cognition; the same basic principle applies to animals such as chameleons when they change colour, because what they are doing is in reality carefully remote-sensing the energy signatures (we see as "color") radiating off of the objects surrounding them and then reverberating those energetic frequencies (or the lack thereof, rather; optics…) literally through their skin–they actually FEEL their environment using eyes and this then vibrates through their skin; or sometimes we might hear things like, "that dog looks a lot like it's owner", or "those two are so alike", because often times those pairs (we might even say families) spend a lot of time together, and as a result this specific mutual frequency or program is a significant force when sculpting the identity and even physical appearance of an individual. There's a reason why we look like we do, folks.

    "As iron sharpens iron, so one man's face sharpens another."

    ~ Solomon

  6. While Lipton e is presenting some important truths (that BTW have been understood in biology by many smarter people than him for many years now) he is making broad generalizations about the importance of environment in gene expression that are as limiting as the central dogma he says he is throwing out. He is trying to claim ownership of other peoples ideas. Genetics and environment work together in gene expression. Lipton is implying a primary role to environment and ridiculously overstating and oversimplifying the role of beliefs. His "logic" while entertaining has more holes than a Swiss cheese. Glad to see others notice this. His attempt to claim ownership of the discovery and concept of epigenetics is deceptive and delusional. It is disheartening to see so many people enamored by such an egotistical liar. The guy is a narcissistic quack who does voodoo science.
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  7. Bruce, Great presentation. It is very clear now that the Epigenetics is what rules the human life. As you may like to call it is an environment which makes a difference by changing the expressions of the genes. My question is who decides the environment? When a child is born and brought up in a given environment who has chosen the environment? You may say we can choose our environment. Does one decides to take a birth in warn or strife torn countries like Syria and Yemen? That is about outer environment. Even when it comes to our own ideation, thought generation and emotional expressions which truly lead to our reactions and responses to the environment, what makes one choose negative thoughts and emotions? I have a very deeper studies of Karmik theory which I am sure you are exposed to. Is it the karmik impressions which are the driving forces behind our genetic activity? I would be very happy to know more about all this.

  8. This is a paradigm shift from the central dogma theory of molecular biology and I think researchers should delve deep into it to present a better therapeutic measures to diseases posing life threat at their victims. Interesting! Signals (Environment) could affect the DNA and Proteins in Chromosomes to effect the expressions of genes without tampering with the codons. Fascinating!

  9. Awesome stuff right here! we are not victims, we have choice. Health is an mindful decision. The Bible says "As a man thinks in his heart, so is he" Proverbs 23:7. This is the science to prove Gods Word is true…. the God of science said it first.

  10. Excellent talk. And yes, we can change our environment, for example, by voting. However, some negative environments are difficult to change. For example, a gay man that grows up with anti-gay parents and anti-gay siblings will produce chronic stress… This gay man's interpretation of life would be cold and miserable. When you're asked to "re-interpret" reality, it can be very difficult.

  11. Regardless of the truth of what his is saying. He is a terrible speaker. "i go, he goes, she goes, i say, what i did 45 years go, me , me ,me, me" Where is your peer review research? This is more of a long winded story, than a scientific lecture.

  12. A Biologist Andrei Ventura states that cancer is a genetic disease. He has breakthrough research on cancer treatment. Being a Biologist how come he does not know what is the "true" cause?

  13. People, especially people bred and brainwashed on the old strictures of science, are not comfortable with the revelations in this video. Most don't even have the patience to watch the whole thing. They mock the messenger, and cover there ears screaming "la-la-la-la-la!" They do not want to hear the current science that proves genes are not predeterminations of biological behavior. They enjoy the dogma of being victims of their genes. Fuck'em.

  14. Central Dogma was just accepted and not challenged…a hypothesis…absolutely incredible.  We need to get away from those with knowledge trying  to get people to think a certain way.  There are many people looking to science as their savior and many willing to make it so with faith.

  15. Although I question his credibility, I do believe epigenetics could have a profound impact to one's overall health. I tend to distrust any non peer-reviewed scientist who claims to hold exciting and new knowledge, especially the ones who ask for "research money", (not that i know if he did/does but there are plenty out there…) but the topic he's talking about is indeed an exciting one that may have great impacts in the near future. Interesting video, but I'm looking for concrete studies of the subject and less speculation.

    As a side note… the man can definitely captivate an audience.

  16. I believe this guy, but no 'serious' scientist is taking him seriously, he's called a crack so….I don't know, what he says makes sense, but is it true? I'd like to think it is but….it would be bring an explanation to the Placebo effect if you think about it….but idk

  17. WOW, this guy has more strawman than the wizard of OZ. FFS I have a high school education and I know more about genes than this guy. It would take a year to break down the lies this guy is saying because there is a lie in almost every sentence he utters. There is a lot still to learn about epigentics, but mostly what "science" (not big pharm) does KNOW is that everything that Lipton says, is at best a wild concept (not even a theory) and at worse complete BS and snake oil. I suggest you watch a lecture made by the Royal Institute if you want to find out some truth.

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