The Biology of Empowerment by Lee Pulos, Ph D

How do we know the things we know? Is it as simple as the brain holding memories that we access like a database file? Scientists have struggled to understand the origins and mechanics of human memory for decades, mainly because we may be able to unlock potent tools for shaping our individual futures.

Scientists often refer to the theory of “cellular memory” – the storing of information and memories in individual cells of the body as well as the brain – and use the theory to uncover repressed memories. Finding out where we’ve been elucidates our future and at the very least, offers explanations for behaviors, patterns, and routines we may be interested in changing.

Lee Pulos, PhD, takes the theory of cellular memory a step further in his program, The Biology of Empowerment. This interactive audio and self-help program offers users the tools to understand the scientific aspects of cellular memory, and the down-to-earth reasons why you absolutely must have this understanding before affecting positive change in your life. Without healing your memories and eradicating your unwanted behaviors at the cellular level, you are doomed to continually recreate your situation, no matter how hard you try!

The unlikely cult hit, “What the BLEEP Do We Know?” explored this link between quantum physics and emotion. As the main character, a deaf wedding photographer, struggles with her own existential roadblocks to development (depression, poor relationships, ever increasing anxiety), she begins to understand that her poor choices are influenced by malignant cellular memory, and vice versa. After hearing from some scientists about the power of observation – and the effect that positive emotions have on cells – she determines to break her cycle of misery by simply observing herself at critical points and making conscious, meditative choices to improve both her cellular makeup and her mood. In the movie, this process results in a happy ending.

The Biology of Empowerment, as described by Lee Pulos, PhD, continues this theory and further defines the tools needed to observe and affect cellular memory. In fact, the Biology of Empowerment uses groundbreaking research in quantum physics and physiology to identify your core beliefs, your major obstacles, and the keys to your future success. The Biology of Empowerment is a system meant to tune in to the wisdom of the body and unlock its potential.

Before designing the Biology of Empowerment system, Lee Pulos, PhD, substantiated his theories on existential healing and physio-cultural tools for success through years of research and personal application. It is now available to the public; so that we can all benefit from the innate power we all possess to significantly change our circumstances. Now, you can learn how to program your entire self – your waking mind, your “unconscious” mind, and your spirit – to achieve any external outcome you desire. With some focus and dedicated attention – and advice from Lee Pulos – you can attain the skills you’ve been seeking and become more self-aware, consistent in your habits and beliefs, and create the great life you’ve always wanted!

The Biology of Belief – Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles

Book Review: The Biology of Belief, Unleashing the Power of Consciousness Matter & Miracles by Bruce Lipton

Dr. Bruce Lipton in “The Biology of Belief” states that “every material structure in the universe, including you and me, radiates a unique energy signature”. He has proposed methods for healing and has made the complex topic of biological organisms much easier.

Epigenetics is the study of heritable changes in gene appearance or expression that is caused by something outside of changes in the underlying DNA sequence –

Epigenetics is a new field of biology that is been explored by Bruce. He unravels the obscure nature and behavior of cells under the influence of the environment. His view is that every individual cell functions as a universe, while the membrane saves the cell from foreign bodies and acts like the security guard who lets in the ‘beneficial’ and keeps out the ‘harmful’.

We know that the ‘cell’ is the structural and functional unit of all living things, plants and animals. Lipton illustrates to us that the cells possess some kind of intelligence and therefore the cell can be taught through thinking and experience. As a result people should act and react in a positive manner to the environment, thoughts, suggestions and to outside energy.

We have enormous influence on the intellectual composition and framework of this cellular structure. Our influence can be so large that the cell genetics can be changed. The genetic propensity can also be changed by teaching the individual cell what to do next and also by shifting our mental and physical environment so that each and every cell can know and comprehend the type of alterations they need to create.

I found the topic of discussion in the biology of belief outstanding, we have all heard or perhaps have friends that are never ill or do not suffer from colds and flu as most other people do. This book and other experiences in my life make me think that just maybe if we believe that we will be healthy and have a positive outlook on life then we will be healthier, interesting read.

Preparing for a Degree in Biology

If you are still young, and have set your mind on becoming a biologist, you are in luck. Preparing ahead of others can be a very big deal. You are able to plan in advance the courses you will need to take, focus on acing the subjects that will get you to your goal, or even invest in a plan that will allow you to have enough savings for the education. Here are some things you can do to prepare for a degree in biology.

If you are still in high school, there are various things you can do. Taking courses in math or science will be a great benefit as biologists would need to have a good understanding in biology, chemistry, physics and math to do well. These courses will equip you with the basic knowledge needed. Apart from that, you could even talk to people in the specific field of biology that you are interested in and ask them for some handy advice. You might also want to explore your options for biology degree schools like where you could study at. This way, you will not need to make any last minute decisions, plus, you can do a thorough research on a suitable program for yourself. At the same time, you can visit each campus to check out the environments or talk to their program counselors.

When it finally comes to the time when you enter your choice of biology degree school, you can begin to plan ahead for career. Talk to the school’s program counselors to ask about the career path options and opportunities. You might also want to enquire with your professors about any part time or internship jobs they can provide or recommend so that you can gain more experience in the field while earning a little pocket money. In the meantime, you might find a job you would love during the job or internship. Last but not least, never forget to be open to make friends because they might help you get a job you would want!