Category Archives: Bruce Lipton Ph.D

Create More Harmony

Is there something we can do to create more harmony in the world today? Absolutely!

Quantum Physics has shown us that we are not separate, but rather interconnected. This means when I am able to stay in my conscious mind, then it is easier for all persons I interact with to stay in their conscious minds, as well. This supports all of us to move and respond to life from love instead of fear.

Since stress activates the subconscious, how can we stay in our conscious mind when experiencing stress?

The I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB!) Program, endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, is a fun and scientifically sound way for children and adults to reduce stress, reactivate the conscious mind when experiencing stress, and create more harmony within themselves and in their lives.

If you are new to I Create, I invite you to explore some of the FREE ICWIB art activities and videos.

If you would like to go deeper with the program, we are offering a 30% discount on both the I Create What I Believe! Deluxe Kit and the ICWIB Just Materials Kit between November 21st and December 31st. Use this coupon code: self30

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Our Beliefs and Perceptions

This short video clip from the I Create What I Believe!(ICWIB) Instructional Guide explains how we acquired our fundamental beliefs about life and ourselves and how those beliefs can then either support or hinder our ability to reach our goals.

For those who are unfamiliar with the I Create What I Believe! Program, endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, it is a fun and scientifically sound way for both children and adults to learn how to identify and transform inaccurate beliefs and behaviors that hinder their ability to thrive.

With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB art activities and videos for FREE!

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Are You Stressed?

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University found that people’s self-reported stress levels have increased 10%-30% in the last three decades. This is not good because high stress has been linked to a large range of health conditions including high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes, according to the Mayo Clinic.

So what can we do? I think it is important for everyone to know how it feels when their body is stressed and have tools to help them restore balance quickly and effectively in any situation.

When I was much younger, I had the time to hop on my bike whenever I was stressed, but that is not the case anymore. Instead, I need to turn to simple ways of restoring balance that I can do in tandem with my other tasks. Now, I might go for a walk, doodle, paint, or do one of the I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB!) activities while I am on a stressful phone call or in a demanding meeting. I also might focus on deep abdominal breathing while I am stuck in traffic or turn vacuuming into a moving meditation. Basically I will do anything I can to keep myself out of stress and in my conscious problem-solving mind.

Since this time of year tends to be more stressful for many, I would like to invite you to explore some of the FREE ICWIB art activities and videos, because they are a wonderful way to reduce stress and restore balance in your body.

If you would like to go deeper with the program, we are offering a 30% discount on both the I Create What I Believe! Deluxe Kit and the ICWIB Just Materials Kit between now and December 31. Use this coupon code: self30

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Pregnant Women and Their Babies

In this wonderful video interview with Dr. Bruce Lipton, he talks about how the environment that a cell lives in controls the fate of the cell. It doesn’t matter if it is one cell or the billions of cells that make up a fetus—it is still the same response. So the question is: What environment is controlling the development of the fetus? Momma! The mother’s environment shapes the fetal environment.

Historically, when a pregnant woman would visit her obstetrician he would ask her three questions: Are you eating well? Are you taking vitamins and minerals? Are you exercising? Why so few questions? The answer is this: Medicine used to believe that the genes control the fetus’s development. This was called genetic determination. This perspective believed that the development of the baby had nothing to do with the mother. The mother’s only role was nutrition—to feed the baby.

Now the new science called epigenetics says the environment controls the genes. So what is in the mother’s blood besides nutrition? The chemistry of the mother’s emotions and all of the other factors that controls the mother’s body is also in the blood. They filter through the placenta and affect the fetus.

We also now know the baby’s brain starts learning half way through pregnancy. This means the baby is learning the emotional patterns and behaviors of the mother through the chemistry of her blood before it is born. It is important to also note that the father has a role in the fetus’s development. If the father is unsupportive, irritable, or upsets the mother, that is translated and transmitted to the baby. On the other hand, if both the father and mother are aware of their impact on the child’s development and make an effort to create a peaceful, stable, supportive, and loving environment during pregnancy, then that perspective of the world is transmitted to the growing infant.

Is there something you can do if you received negative or unsupportive patterns during your gestation period? Absolutely!

The I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB!) Program, which is endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to help both children and adults transform beliefs and perceptions that are hindering their ability to thrive.

How could something as simple as scribbling help an individual transform stifling beliefs in their subconscious mind? To an outside observer, it may look like we are scribbling, but this unique approach is actually a form of biofeedback and mindfulness training, which are great methods for transforming and updating the software between your ears.

With this in mind, I invite you to explore the first ICWIB! Activity­­—Just Scribble for FREE. I also invite you to explore some of the other FREE ICWIB! art activities and videos that are available on the I Create What I Believe! website because they are a wonderful way to help you identify and transform beliefs and perceptions that are not supportive of your authentic nature.

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What Do You See?

Do you remember the Where’s Waldo books? If you do, do you remember you or your children avidly scanning the pages looking for Waldo? I can remember spending many an hour with my children as we scanned each page in search of Waldo. There was always great excitement when they found him. I enjoyed those books because they created an opportunity for wonderful interaction and served as a great bonding tool. This is because the conscious mind is activated and developed through awe, wonder, and discovery.

The ICWIB! Activity Eight—What Do You See? creates the same opportunity. Similar to the Where’s Waldo books, it invites creative interaction, strengthens observational skills, and can be used as a bonding tool. Since the activity activates the conscious mind, it also suspends the subconscious mind and its tapes. That means you are able to create a new response and connect in a deeper and more meaningful manner.

Many parents have reported using this activity in restaurants, doctor offices, and during times of upheaval. It can be a good tool to use with both young and older children. Remember, 93% of communication is non-verbal, so spending time doing this activity together can break down walls and open up communication.

The I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB!) Program, which is endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, has many different activities to help both children and adults learn to activate their conscious minds, and in the process suspend tapes that are hindering their ability to thrive.

With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the other FREE ICWIB! art activities and videos that are available on the I Create What I Believe! website.

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Arrogant Justification

Arrogant Justification is where someone unconsciously judges, criticizes, and/or inflicts harm on another individual and then justifies their behavior by saying they did it for your own good, to teach you a lesson, because they love you, or because you weren’t listening. The list is endless, but in all cases the statements are an untrue justification for their unconscious and harmful behavior.

Since we have two minds—the conscious and the unconscious or subconscious—and the unconscious mind operates without the observation or control of the conscious mind, often the individual will later say, “I didn’t say that or do that,” because in truth they are completely unaware of what their programmed behavior is doing. Dr. Bruce Lipton once said that the only way you can know what your subconscious mind is doing is to look at the wreckage around you.

I think arrogant justification, in terms of doing harm, is much worse than just outright brutality because it twists the mind and confuses the soul. It can leave the individual with a situation where their mind relentlessly tries to make sense of what is done and/or what they did wrong to create such a situation. It also creates a situation where the individual ends up reliving the situation over and over again in an attempt to find some understanding and closure. In this process, we can also lose our sense of value, our purpose, and the reason we are here.

I read somewhere that it is not the pain that is inflicted upon a child that destroys them the most, but rather the perpetual repetition of the incident within their minds trying to find understanding and closure that does the most damage. I feel this kind of unconscious behavior (arrogant justification) is also at the source of a lot of the problems we are seeing today.

So if you do encounter arrogant justification what can you do? I feel the most important steps are to relax your body, focus your mind, slow down your breathing. This will keep you in your conscious problem-solving mind. It will also enable you to see the absurdity of their words and subsequently keep you from taking on their flawed belief system.

With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB art activities and videos for FREE because they are a wonderful way to learn how to identify when you are in your unconscious mind and help you shift from your unconscious and reactive mind to your conscious problem-solving mind.

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Change Your Beliefs! Change Your Life!

Is there something we can do to create more harmony in the world today? Absolutely!

Quantum Physics has shown us that we are not separate, but rather interconnected. This means when I am able to stay in my conscious mind, then it is easier for all persons I interact with to stay in their conscious minds, as well. This supports all of us to move and respond to life from love instead of fear.

Since stress activates the subconscious, how can we stay in our conscious mind when experiencing stress?

The I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB!) Program, endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, is a fun and scientifically sound way for children and adults to reduce stress, reactivate the conscious mind when experiencing stress, and create more harmony within themselves and in their lives.

If you are new to I Create, I invite you to explore some of the FREE ICWIB art activities and videos.

If you would like to go deeper with the program, we are offering a 30% discount on both the I Create What I Believe! Deluxe Kit and the ICWIB Just Materials Kit between November 21st and December 31st. Use this coupon code: self30  Click here to order your kits now!  Do it before the Christmas rush!

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Genetics and the Power of Our Mind

In this highly informative video, Dr. Bruce Lipton talks about how parents are genetic engineers because their attitudes, beliefs, and emotions can affect the genetic expression of their child’s genes. Dr. Lipton refers to this as “Mother Nature’s Head Start program.” If the mother is happy then the baby is happy. If the mother is angry then the fetus is angry. If the mother is afraid then so is the fetus. These emotions can change both the child’s brain structure and body. It has been suggested that a mother can reduce the intelligence of the child by 52%.

So if you feel you have acquired some inaccurate beliefs and/or perceptions and they have had a negative impact on your body and mind, is there something you can do about it now? Absolutely!

Dr. Lipton has said that the subconscious mind learns and can be reprogrammed through hypnosis, habit, and energy psychology (placing the mind in a super-learning state).

The ICWIB! Program, which is endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, uses all three (hypnosis, habit, and energy psychology) to help children and adults transform beliefs that are hindering their ability to thrive.

So how can the deceptively simple ICWIB! activities facilitate a biological change in our body and help us transform inaccurate beliefs and perceptions?

In addition to being based on Dr. Lipton’s research, the ICWIBI activities have roots in the eastern practices of tai chi, chi gong, yoga, and acupuncture, and use the principles of constructive and destructive interference, and chaos and order. Each activity affects the mind in a different way. For example, the playful and engaging qualities of the ICWIB! Activity 8: What Do You See? activates the conscious mind and also encourages a super-learning state. This is important since, as mentioned above, the main three ways to change a belief in the subconscious mind is through hypnosis, habit, and energy psychology.

With this in mind, I invite you to also explore some of the other ICWIB! art activities and videos for FREE because they are a wonderful way to help you identify and transform beliefs and perceptions that are not supportive of your authentic nature.

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Why Do We Care?

Why do we care about something that happened when we were really young? This short video explains the role of the subconscious mind and why it is important for us to know how we acquired our beliefs and if they are supportive. If we discover we have an inaccurate or non-supportive belief in our subconscious mind, is there a simple and scientifically proven way to reprogram or change that belief? Absolutely!

The I Create What I Believe! Program, endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, is an innovative and scientifically sound way to transform negative and fear-based beliefs and create a happier, healthier, and more successful life.

With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the ICWIB art activities and videos for FREE!

If you enjoy these messages, Like us on Facebook and share it with others to enjoy. If you would like to read previous posts, you can find them under resources.

 

Genetics and the Power of Our Mind

In this highly informative video, Dr. Bruce Lipton talks about how parents are genetic engineers because their attitudes, beliefs, and emotions can affect the genetic expression of their child’s genes. Dr. Lipton refers to this as “Mother Nature’s Head Start program.” If the mother is happy then the baby is happy. If the mother is angry then the fetus is angry. If the mother is afraid then so is the fetus. These emotions can change both the child’s brain structure and body. It has been suggested that a mother can reduce the intelligence of the child by 52%.

So if you feel you have acquired some inaccurate beliefs and/or perceptions and they have had a negative impact on your body and mind, is there something you can do about it now? Absolutely!

Dr. Lipton has said that the subconscious mind learns and can be reprogrammed through hypnosis, habit, and energy psychology (placing the mind in a super-learning state).

The ICWIB! Program, which is endorsed by Dr. Bruce Lipton and based on his research, uses all three (hypnosis, habit, and energy psychology) to help children and adults transform beliefs that are hindering their ability to thrive.

So how can the deceptively simple ICWIB! activities facilitate a biological change in our body and help us transform inaccurate beliefs and perceptions?

In addition to being based on Dr. Lipton’s research, the ICWIBI activities have roots in the eastern practices of tai chi, chi gong, yoga, and acupuncture, and use the principles of constructive and destructive interference, and chaos and order. Each activity affects the mind in a different way. For example, the playful and engaging qualities of the ICWIB! Activity 8: What Do You See? activates the conscious mind and also encourages a super-learning state. This is important since, as mentioned above, the main three ways to change a belief in the subconscious mind is through hypnosis, habit, and energy psychology.

With this in mind, I invite you to also explore some of the other ICWIB! art activities and videos for FREE because they are a wonderful way to help you identify and transform beliefs and perceptions that are not supportive of your authentic nature.

If you enjoy these messages, Like us on Facebook and share it with others to enjoy. If you would like to read previous posts, you can find them under resources.