Passage of Change

A Fable Based on the Research of Bruce Lipton, Ph.D.

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Passage of Change, A fable based on the research of Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. is a fully illustrated "picture book for adults" that illuminates how our beliefs and perceptions affect our biology and how changing them can literally change our whole life.

Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., a prominent cellular biologist and author, was formerly an Associate Professor of Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin's School of Medicine (1973-1982), where he taught medical students and researched muscular dystrophy. As a Fellow in Pathology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine (1987-1992), his published research on cloned human cells revealed how perception controls behavior and gene activity. Lipton’s current research on the biochemical pathways connecting the mind and body provide insight into the molecular basis of consciousness.

Dr. Lipton was excited about the idea of presenting his scientific findings in an easy to read and easy to comprehend format for the general public and was so delighted with the project that he wrote a foreword endorsing the book. In the middle of creating Passage of Change, a fable that illustrates the recent discovery that our beliefs affect our cellular biology -- for good or for ill -- Nancy Marie suddenly found out she had breast cancer. Ms. Marie was faced with a terrible choice: Should she take the disfiguring and painful treatment her doctor prescribed, or did she have the courage to put the principles in Passage of Change to the test. Would changing her negative beliefs really wipe out the deadly cancer cells that had already left her breast? She thought it would, but was she willing to bet her life on it? This story has a very happy ending. Nine months after Nancy’s diagnosis of breast cancer–with only a minimum of medical intervention–she was given a clean bill of health. Her medical team told her to just keep doing whatever she had been doing, because it was obviously working!

You don’t need to be fighting a life-threatening disease to benefit from Passage of Change. Reading it frequently can help you reconnect with what is truly important to you and enhance your internal clarity. ...Continua

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