In “The Biology of Belief,” Bruce Lipton delves into the scientific underpinnings of how our thoughts influence our physiology. He explores the ways in which consciousness and matter are intertwined, and offers startling insights into the miraculous nature of the human body.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who want to better understand how their thoughts and beliefs influence their health and well-being. It offers a scientific perspective on the power of consciousness, and provides an empowering view of the human body as a miraculous system capable of limitless potential.
- Bruce Lipton’s writing is easy to follow and engaging, making this book enjoyable to read.
- “The Biology of Belief” offers a wealth of scientific evidence that supports the idea that our thoughts play a major role in our health and well-being.
- This book provides empowering information that can help readers take charge of their own health destiny.
- The writing can be dense at times
- Lipton repeats himself a lot
- The book doesn’t offer much in the way of solutions or concrete recommendations
Learn more about the author
Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. A cell biologist by training, Dr. Lipton’s groundbreaking research on the cellular basis of mind/body medicine has earned him wide recognition as one of the most innovative scientists of our time. He is also a much sought-after keynote speaker and seminar instructor on topics related to healthy living, conscious evolution, and spiritual transformation.
“Lipton offers an impressive overview of the latest findings in cell biology and how they dovetail with our growing understanding of consciousness… An accessible, engaging read.”
“The Biology of Belief is a superbly researched, well written and thought-provoking book that will change the way you think about yourself, your body and the world around you.”
“The Biology of Belief”
“An amazing book that changes the way you think about life and your potential for change.”