“Your Body Is An Illusion” This Video Will Literally Blow Your Mind! – By Dr. Bruce Lipton

Dr. Bruce Lipton : “Your Body Is An Illusion” This Video Will Literally Blow Your Mind!

It was once thought that genes could turn themselves on and off, and in the process, they could control the character of our lives. This belief led to the conclusion that our fate was controlled by the genome we acquired from our mother and father at the moment of conception.

Unfortunately, if we do not like the traits we inherited, we cannot change our genes. When we combine these facts with the notion that genes control their own activity, we are left with the inescapable conclusion that we are “victims” of our heredity and should anticipate expressing the diseases and negative traits passed down through our family lineage.         

In contrast, my stem cell experiments carried out in the late 60’s revealed that genes are not self-actualizing, simply, they are unable to control their own activity. These studies illuminated the new science of epigenetics, which revealed that our genetic activity is ultimately controlled by both a) environmental signals and b) our perception of the environment’s signals.

Since we can consciously select our environments and we have control over our perceptions, in truth, we are actually “masters” of our genetic activity. Current research emphasizes that less than 10%, and perhaps closer to only 1%, of all diseases are actually due to genes. In fact, there are only six major disorders that are controlled by a single gene, which include cystic fibrosis, hemophilia, Huntington’s disease, Tay-Sachs disease, hereditary hemochromatosis, and Marfan syndrome.

In light of this fact, the most profoundly important question to ask is, “Where does 90%, or more, of disease come from?” Answer, “Our own minds.” If an individual’s mind holds a “belief” that they anticipate expressing a specific disease, it can actually precipitate that illness, and even death itself. Does that imply we are consciously creating illness? Absolutely not! Disease-inducing negative thoughts, recognized as the nocebo effect, operate unconsciously and are almost always related to self-critical and disempowering beliefs acquired from parents, family, and even doctors, before the age of seven.

Such beliefs downloaded into the subconscious mind control 95% or more of our cognitive activity and our resulting life experiences. Rather than responding to negative prognoses and depending on pharmaceutical interventions in dealing with disease, it is vital that we first assess subconscious programs and identify and rewrite limiting beliefs that undermine our power and our health. If this conclusion sounds too simple, recognize a very important fact:

Quantum physics is the most tested and valid of all sciences on Earth. A fundamental principle of this science emphasizes that, “consciousness is responsible for the character of our lives.” In conjunction with the new science of epigenetics, both biology and physics emphasize that we are “creators” of our life experiences. Free your mind and your life … for more information on acquiring self-empowerment, visit www.brucelipton.com.

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  • kamtanblog  On 09/19/2019 at 4:13 am

    Certainly an eye opener …
    blows the open minded !
    Professorial Lipton is certainly
    “brainstorming” us.


  • Veda Nath Mohabir  On 09/19/2019 at 2:23 pm

    As I was reading the article I was thinking of Quantum Mechanics which am presently reading in a book I had for over 30 years but never read – Gary Zukav’s The Dancing Wu Li Masters. I have been fascinated with the subject since reading Theoretical Physicist, Frijoff Capra’s, Tao of Physics in the late 70s. I noticed in the last para Dr. Lipton refers to Quantum Mechanics.

    I provide arguments that not only is our body is an “illusion” but all physical entities. Here are a few supporting quotes/ideas from the book:

    • According to the Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, ‘what we perceive to be physical reality is actually our cognitive construction of it [The Indians call this Maya]
    • Experimental evidence is incompatible with our ordinary ideas of reality
    • Physicists are not the only people who view the world this way. They are only the newest members of a sizeable group, most Hindus and Buddhists also hold similar views.
    • The cat in the Schrodinder’s Cat thought experiment, is BOTH alive and dead in the box, until the box is opened. In other words, our ‘cognition’ or observer’s perception ‘actualizes’ a specific result.
    • The physical world (citing physicist Henry Stapp) is ‘not a structure built out of independently existing unanalyzable entities, but rather a web of relationships between elements whose meanings arise wholly from their relationships to the whole’ [Indians call this Indra’s Net, which I explain in my current book]


  • Clyde Duncan  On 09/19/2019 at 4:21 pm

  • wally n  On 09/19/2019 at 4:33 pm

    One of the teachers at the GTI mentioned this during one of the open subject discussions, similar, but under Positive Imaging. It was always stuck in my mind, but seemed hard to execute.
    Few years after, I was fed up with career at Transport, depressed, and for some reason I remembered the discussion, so I decided I will give it a serious try, not sure if I had the mental strength.
    I wrote a date on the back out my calendar, about eighteen months in the future, and planned my move, to Canada, in my mind of course. I applied and kept imagining doing great things I will do when I succeed.
    Call it what you like, coincidence maybe, but I received my acceptance, on the same date as marked on the back of the calendar.
    Well it did end there, the great things I envisioned, took a few years.
    Conclusion, there is something there, my opinion, the mention of the science and mathematics in the discussion, might turn off most people, after all it might be useful and beneficial, for us to use the great brain given on to us by the creator.

  • Ken Persaud  On 09/19/2019 at 5:18 pm

    Very interesting. Lipton is onto something.
    Very often you can tell what people are thinking about you even if they don’t know you and you don’t know them.

    So, if you have the will to live, you will live. It’s like walking through a brick wall.

  • Trevor  On 09/20/2019 at 7:24 am

    What New Age Eastern philosophy is this really?!

    Who wants to bet that he culturally appropriated this idea from the Hindus?

    • kamtanblog  On 09/20/2019 at 8:39 am

      Really !
      Why ideas only one religious group …
      explain !


  • Clyde Duncan  On 09/20/2019 at 8:56 am



    Out of the night that covers me,
    Black as the pit from pole to pole,
    I thank whatever gods may be
    For my unconquerable soul.

    In the fell clutch of circumstance
    I have not winced nor cried aloud.
    Under the bludgeonings of chance
    My head is bloody, but unbowed.

    Beyond this place of wrath and tears
    Looms but the Horror of the shade,
    And yet the menace of the years
    Finds and shall find me unafraid.

    It matters not how strait the gate,
    How charged with punishments the scroll,
    I am the master of my fate,
    I am the captain of my soul.

  • Clyde Duncan  On 09/20/2019 at 9:24 am

    Invictus, meaning “unconquerable” or “undefeated” in Latin, is a poem by William Ernest Henley.

    The poem was written while Henley was in the hospital being treated for tuberculosis of the bone, also known as Pott’s disease.

    Invictus was written in 1875 and published in 1888 in his first volume of poems, Book of Verses, in the section Life and Death (Echoes). It shows how Henley never lost hope and kept faith in himself and faced the struggles unafraid.

    Henley 1849 – 1903

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