Brian Sullivan



Do our genes control our health? Epigenetics research challenges the conventional beliefs about genes and reveals the role of emotion on our bodies and health. In this video, author and cellular biologist Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. explores the importance of perception in maintaining optimal health.

Yet perhaps this information requires us to consider our roles as social beings. Science has always been (mis)used to justify social and economic realities. Each individual is a collective of billions of cells, and the modern world is forcing us to recognise that we are universally connected.

Formerly social Darwinism suggested that the fitter survived at the expense of percieved inferior societies. The growing intedependence within society is negating the relevance of thse comparisons. Now unilateral conquest could result in social and ecological catastrophe.

The worlds greatest successes are now those that network as partnership. Will we go beyond partnerships that exist only as long as I win out, or can we develop an equality of kindness. Can we learn to exist as once society, just our cells collectively exist within our bodoes? Can we learn from the synergistic relationships of nature?
Our ever shrinking global village may depend on our ability to connect and work together. Yt with all the experts and knowledge available we need our hearts to respond to the light of pure altruism. Perhaps it is time we reflect on the collective unity of nature and to develop within ourselves an image of the world we desire.

As Mohandas K. Gandhi stated: "We must become the change we want to see in the world"


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