It is Not the Events

With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the FREE ICWIB art activities and videos, because they can help us identify and transform beliefs that hinder our ability to learn, grow and thrive. Since the ICWIB program has repeatedly demonstrated it can help children reduce stress, release bottled-up emotions, resolve internal conflict,…

Choosing Love

In this delightful video, Dr. Bruce Lipton and his wife Margaret Horton share with you the importance of choosing love and how that one single choice can change your whole life.

It is important to remember that the body can only read two emotions—fear and love. Hate, anger, anxiety, guilt, and frustration can trigger the reactive subconscious mind, which is where our fundamental beliefs about life and ourselves are stored. No thinking takes place in this part of the mind. Love, contentment, peace, and joy activate the conscious, creative, problem-solving mind. In that part of the mind, we have the capacity to create anything. Deciding to choose love is quite simple; however, stepping into each moment with or from love can sometimes be a challenge

Choosing Love

"Choosing love is probably one of the most important choices I've made in my life."Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D and Margaret Horton open up about their relationship and what it takes to make love last.Watch more UPLIFT videos here: https://uplift.tv/

Posted by Uplift Connect on Thursday, April 20, 2017

If we want to create an authentic and joyous life, we must first learn to identify when we are in our reactive mind versus our creative mind, then we need to transform the beliefs and perceptions we have acquired, which are at the root of our fears, and replace those old beliefs with more accurate beliefs, perceptions, and responses.

So how can we accomplish this in our fear-ridden society, where we are already overbooked with commitments and overloaded with stress?

The I Create What I Believe! Program, endorsed by Dr. Lipton and based on his research, offers fun and scientifically sound tools to restore balance in your body and help you shift effortlessly from your reactive mind into your conscious, creative, and problem-solving mind.

Compare

Mr. Rogers used to say, “There is only one you.” If we are all unique, then how can we possibly compare ourselves with other people? This is like comparing apples with pineapples. On the other hand, if we accept that we are different, then I think the question could change to: How can I become…