The Beliefs Behind your Parenting, and How They Affect Your Children

Listener Donna Vail said “Thank you for the fabulous show with Bruce Lipton! He had me crying and relieved with a solution too. It was soul touching.”

Bruce Lipton was our guest speaker today. He is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. He is a stem cell biologist and bestselling author of The Biology of Belief.

Five hundred years ago the Jesuits said “Give me a child until he is seven and I will give you the man”. Dr. Lipton wholeheartedly agrees with this statement and his research confirms it.

Parents have the most crucial role in society because they shape the entire life of a child in the first six years of his life. Parents are genetic engineers. How they raise their children determines the genetic engineering of their children and grandchildren.

Up to age six, the brain is in a recording mode. It records everything that happens in a child’s life to it’s subconscious. We get our identity, who we are, by what people tell us as a child. We become what has been programmed into us. The book Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki gives an excellent example of how beliefs programmed into a child affect the rest of his life.

We only run our lives 5% of the time with our conscious mind. 95% of the time we are responding to programs in our minds, which came from our first six years. The good news is we can reprogram our subconscious mind by changing our habits.

In the interview Dr. Lipton goes into more detail about:

the differences between the subconscious mind and the conscious mind
how to change our lives if we didn’t have a good childhood
tips to staying in the present moment
I hope you can catch the replay! It will be available until Tuesday morning, Oct. 25th.

Here’s what other listeners had to say about the interview with Dr. Lipton:

“Loved the interview! Thank you very much! I am definitely listening to the replay several times.” ~ Cristina Salcedo

“Really liked it, thank you! I also will listen the replay.” ~ Andrea Mariana Cohen

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