Solving Problems

When Albert Einstein said, “We can’t solve problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them,” what he was referring to was the role of the conscious mind versus the subconscious or unconscious mind. I feel most of the problems today are created when people are in their unconscious or reactive…

One of the most important messages you will ever hear!

The implications Dr. Bruce Lipton’s research has radically changed our understanding of life, specifically dispelling the myth that we have no control over—and are victims of—our genetics. This video shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology; instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our positive and negative thoughts.

In this dynamic and mind-shifting video, Dr. Lipton also talks about the evolutionary stages that have transpired since the beginning of time and how these steps are playing out right now in our personal life and life as we know it on this planet.

Very simplistically, in the first evolutionary step there was bacterium. Then they colonized and became an amoeba. When the amoeba colonized they became a human. As humans we are now colonizing into a super-organism called humanity.

To become part of the cooperative community that is coming together creating this new super organism called humanity, we need to approach life from the awareness of our integrated connection instead of the survival of the fittest perspective. In order to accomplish this, many of us will need to change some of our fundamental beliefs about life and ourselves.

Is there a simple way that both children and adults can change their outdated and inaccurate beliefs and perceptions so he or she can become a healthy and positive contributing cell in this new super organism we call humanity?

The I Create What I Believe! Program, endorsed by Dr. Lipton and based on his research, offers a fun and scientifically sound tool to do this. In Activity One, Version Two, this fun and simple exercise will help you become a healthy, vibrant, and positive contributing member of humanity.

Wandered

What do you do when you feel lost? What do you do when you feel disoriented or confused? What do you do when you or your mind wanders so far you can’t find your way back to yourself? When I was younger I used to try and muscle through those moments. I tried to pretend…

Sensations

Don’t try and understand your scribbles in a linear or logical way. Instead use scribbling to help you ask tap into your feelings, senses, and body sensations. The goal is to integrate your body, mind, and spirit, which means we need to get out of our head. There are many ways to accomplish this, but…

Humor

Humor is a wonderful antidote for stress, a delightful way to release bottled-up emotions and ultimately change your perceptions. Some people are natural comedians, while others may find themselves stifled in this department. I grew-up in an environment where thinking differently was frowned on and poking fun at something was not tolerated, so my humorist…

Messy Room

Within each of us is a tolerance for the opposite states of chaos and order or unpredictability and predictability. This balance is innate to us. If you expect your system to tolerate either too much imposed external order or chaos than your body can handle—because it is designed to ALWAYS reestablish balance—it will need to…

We Begin

We begin with scribbling because that is where we began when we were very young. Rudolph Steiner talked about the need to activate all four limbs before the introduction of letters and numbers, because it was a way to prepare the system for learning and improve the potential for success. Drawing symbols such as houses,…

Challenges

Most people have experienced at least a few brick walls and challenges, because they seem to be unavoidable and part of life. So the question is: How do you respond when you hit a brick wall? Do you get angry? Frustrated? Anxious? Or do you stop, go inside and look for the lesson the challenge…

We Are Stronger Together

In his Uplift podcast “Why We Are Stronger Together”, Dr. Bruce Lipton explains our world is not meant to be a battleground and how ‘survival of the fittest’ theories have led to a breakdown of community. Instead, he argues that humanity’s best survival strategy is unity.

So how can a person change these negative ideals if how they were taught to relate to the world?

The I Create What I Believe! Program, endorsed by Dr. Lipton and based on his research, is an innovative and scientifically sound way to change these negative ideals and create a more balanced and unified life.