Interesting interview on Coast to Coast. I would say recently, but it was back in September.
The interview was with Dr. Bruce Lipton, someone I am intrigued by. He wrote the book “The Biology of Belief” – I highly recommend everyone to read it. Here is a tidbit from Coast’s website that kind of summarizes a main point of Dr. Lipton’s:
Lipton outlined what he called the “Four Myth-Perceptions of the Apocalypse”:
- The world or universe is Newtonian in nature– based on physical matter, and materialistic values. This is being disproved by quantum physics, which shows that an invisible realm is involved in shaping matter, and points to the connection between science and spirituality.
- We’re a victim of our genes. We’re not a victim of heredity, but can actively participate in the health of our cells/genes through our perceptions and thoughts, and breaking free from subconscious programming.
- The world is based on competition. This kind of Darwinian thinking keeps us armed, guarded and stressed. Evolution actually favors community and cooperation.
- Random evolution occurred. Organisms were designed to bring harmony to the environment; they are adaptive, not random.