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In this amazing podcast, Kelly Howell and Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. cellular biologist and author of The Biology of Belief talk about how our beliefs literally create our reality, at the cellular level. Step by step, Bruce explains that we’re not the prisoners of our genetics: our cells are malleable, and we can mold them with what we believe. Bruce says “belief controls biology”.
You’ll discover why positive thinking doesn’t work. It can’t work, because your subconscious mind, which is a million times more powerful than your conscious mind, is running specific programs which no amount of thinking can affect. However, you can reprogram your subconscious. Spend time in theta (easily accessed via Brain Sync programs), and you can press the Record button on your mental tape recorder, and record over those old limiting tapes. Change your beliefs, and you change your body and your world.
This podcast features Dr. Gay Hendricks, author of the bestselling book Five Wishes. This fascinating show explores how answering one simple question can forever change your life.
Dr. Hendricks received his PhD in counseling psychology from Stanford University in 1974. He is the author of more than twenty books, including national bestsellers, Conscious Loving, Conscious Livingand The Corporate Mystic.
Candace is most famous for her work as a researcher involved the discovery of opiate receptors.
This discovery and others are explored in her book “Molecules of Emotion.” She is an internationally recognized psychopharmacologist who, until recently, held a research professorship in the department of physiology and biophysics at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. She has published more than 250 scientific articles and has lectured worldwide on pharmacology, neuroanatomy, and her own leading-edge research on emotions and the bodymind connection.
Kelly chats with Dr. Sara Mednick, a research scientist at the prestigious Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, and the author of Take A Nap! Sara believes that we can change our lives by taking a nap during the day.
Not only can we be more alert, but we can become smarter, healthier and more productive. We can lower the risk of having a heart attack, as well as reduce our weight and improve our memory. Sara’s research has shown that after a nap people perform better on cognitive tests, and they can work longer hours.
Explore the 7 essential principles by which Leonardo Da Vinci lived.
Learn how to apply DaVincian principals to increase creativity, cultivate greater awareness and more enjoyment in life.
Michael Gelb, Author of “How to Think Like Da Vinci,” “Da Vinci Decoded” and numerous other bestelling books shares the art of thinking clearly and fulfilling one’s potential.
156 Million People are on anti depressants; but safety and effectiveness are big question marks.
Dr. Norman Shealy offers a highly effective protocol for treating depression. Fred McDaniel, Occupational Therapist ofThe Human Performance Center shares his personal experiences with depression and what’s worked for him. Both their protocols include the use of brain stimulating devices, exercise, healthy diet, specific supplements, among other helpful suggestions.
Learn how to get the clearest possible signals from your brain. The difference between coherent and incoherent brain waves is explored. Coherent waves are clear, unbroken signals that are jam packed with information. These waves are always present in peak performance brain states, they are associated with clear thinking, heightened creativity and higher states of awareness.
Incoherent waves are more like static fuzz; they are associated with scattered, unfocused thinking, stress and a lot of confusion. Tools and techniques for creating coherent brain states are reviewed.