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Bruce Lipton Community Lecture – The New Biology
Thriving in a World of Change.

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Read the news, surf the Web, or look out your window, and you will observe that civilization is in a world of crises: From economic collapse to environmental decay, from racial, religious, and political upheaval to climate change, from hunger, poverty, war, to even a pandemic. Crisis ignites evolution!

A scientific renaissance is shattering old myths and rewriting the story that will shape the future of human civilization. Join Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., cell research scientist and bestselling author, who will take you on a fast-paced journey from the microcosm of the cell to the macrocosm of the mind. Designed for the lay audience, Bruce’s dynamic presentation offers a “new” biology that reveals the mechanisms by which our thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs create the conditions of our bodies and the character of our lives.

Knowledge is power. The knowledge of “self” offered in this program is truly the source of self-empowerment needed to thrive through this turbulent period in our planet’s history. When we awaken to our inherent power, we can collectively manifest a bold and hopeful vision of the next stage of human civilization and how each of us can fully participate in creating the world to come.

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., cell biologist and award-winning lecturer, is an internationally recognized leader in the “new” biology. Bruce is the author of the bestselling books The Biology of Belief, The Honeymoon Effect, and co-author with Steve Bhaerman of Spontaneous Evolution. In addition to receiving of Japan’s prestigious Goi Peace Award, Bruce has been listed in the top 100 of “the world’s most spiritually influential living people” for over ten years by United Kingdom’s Watkins Journal.