Research scientist Bruce Lipton returned to discuss his paradigm shifting mind/body thesis-- that our belief system affects genetic activity.Mainstream science has long posited the dogma of "genetic determinism"-- that a person's genetic makeup controls the character of their life. But this kind of the thinking has led to a belief structure built around "victimization." People need to take control through self-knowledge, and empower themselves rather than blame their genes, he argued.
In actuality, we are made up of a "community of 50 trillion cells" --which are each "sentient living beings," and these cells react to the environment they encounter. Every human is like a "skin-covered Petri dish" and their health is a reflection of how they perceive the environment, said Lipton.
We have stem cells that should regenerate and repair our bodies but the chemistry that we put in from the outside interferes with that activity. Further, our belief system, indoctrinated into us from the time we are children, tells us that we can't heal ourselves on our own-- that we must go to a doctor, he pointed out.
Founder of the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center, Gabriel Cousens M.D. was the first hour guest. He spoke about the epidemic of depression in America which he traced to toxicities in the environment, poor nutrition, and over reliance on pharmaceutical medications such as antidepressants. Specifically, he recommended an 800-year old remedy that uses a natural compound called zeolite.
Making his debut as a guest host on C2C is John B. Wells. Heard on radio and television stations throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, South Africa, Australia, and South America, Wells is one of the world's most recognized voice artists. From Network Television programs to Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Company's Joint Strike Fighter and F22 Raptor Projects, Museum Exhibits such as Soviet Space and Ramses the Great, to movie trailors for Columbia Tri-Star, Sony Pictures and Disney, his ability to communicate has been acknowledged with numerous Emmy, Clio, and Marconi Awards.
An accomplished composer, musician, writer, actor, martial arts instructor, and aviator John B. Wells can best be described as a well-rounded Renaissance man who savors the pursuit of knowledge and discovery from the arcane to the neoteric. You can email John at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bumper music from Monday December 19, 2005