Every day, it appears, the news about climate change is worse, as is the precarious balance of global politics. We seem bent on destruction, and it’s often difficult to see how we can possibly turn things around before it’s too late. But as bad as things are, Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman see our dire state as evidence of an evolutionary shift, as profound as the transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly. The earth and its biosphere is a living entity, they say, and our human species has the power to generate a cosmic transition to a new way of being based on community and harmony. Sound too good to be true? Cellular biologist Lipton brings has the science to back it up, and Mr. Bhaerman gives us the prescription for change, as he explains, “Our responsibility as a cell in the human system, in the body politic, is that we make a contribution and that we take care of ourselves as we take care of one another. If we are all tuned to the fact that life works better when there’s goodness, then that’s a good place to start.” (hosted by Michael Toms)
Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. is a leading voice in the new biology bridging science and spirit. He has taught at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and done research at Stanford University.
He is the author of:
- The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles (Mountain of Love/Elite Books 2005)
Steve Bhaerman is an author, humorist, political and cultural commentator.
His books include:
- Swami for Precedent (Wake Up Laughing Press 2004)
Dr. Lipton and Mr. Bhaerman are co-authors of:
Topics explored in this dialogue include:
- How the terminal condition of our planet could experience a spontaneous remission
- Why cells are essentially miniature humans
- How competition can kill us
- Why the earth as it is now is like a caterpillar
- How human beings can change the magnetic field of the earth
Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 9/23/2009 Program Number: 3318