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Weve all heard stories of people whove experienced seemingly miraculous recoveries from illness, but can the same thing happen for our world According to pioneering biologist Bruce H Lipton, its not only possible, its already occurring In Spontaneous Evolution, this world renowned expert in the emerging science of epigenetics reveals how our changing understanding of biology will help us navigate this turbulent period in our planets history and how each of us can participate in this global shift In collaboration with political philosopher Steve Bhaerman, Dr Lipton invites readers to reconsider the unquestionable pillars of biology, including random evolution, survival of the fittest, and the role of DNA the relationship between mind and matter how our beliefs about nature and human nature shape our politics, culture, and individual lives and how each of us can become planetary stem cells supporting the health and growth of our world By questioning the old beliefs that got us to where we are today and keep us stuck in the status quo, we can trigger the spontaneous evolution of our species that will usher in a brighter future....

Title : Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future (and a Way to Get There from Here)
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ISBN : 1401925804
Format Type : Hardcover
Language : English
Publisher : Hay House First Edition edition September 15, 2009
Number of Pages : 432 pages
File Size : 688 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future (and a Way to Get There from Here) Reviews

  • Robert Steven Thomas
    2019-02-21 06:37

    Another nail in the coffin of Neo-Darwinism and mechanistic, Scientific Materialism. The author is part of a major force in a growing group of credentialed modern researchers who have come to learn that the science, media and academic Establishment continue to push a worn-out, dogmatic, failed, fundamentalist old 21st Century worldview (scientific-materialism). Lipton uses several witty, spot-on analogies to drive home the point that major scientific discoveries during the last 50 years in the field of quantum mechanics, DNA and microbiology have proved that consciousness is a part of an intelligent force that exists throughout the universe in a natural, observable, subatomic field. This field of information is the matrix behind everything that can be seen and measured in the material, atomic-scale universe. The first two-thirds of the book describe the flawed thinking of the Establishment worldview and how it has led the world to the precipice of disaster where we now find ourselves. This is done in easy to understand and follow conversation. The final third of the book describes how the youth and advanced thinkers of the 21st Century can use this information to help heal the Earth and take human evolution to the next higher level. This book is a must read for any thinking/caring modern individual. Robert Steven Thomas, author: Intelligent Intervention

  • David J. Kreiter
    2019-02-05 02:31

    In 1990 the U.S National Institute of Health announced with great fanfare the Human Genome Project (HGP) initially headed by James Watson the co-discoverer of the structure of the DNA molecule. The purpose of the project was: 1) to identify the genetic basis of all human traits, 2) to create a research database to share with biotechnical industry and the private sector, and 3) To foster the development of new medical applications around the world. Simultaneously, private companies announced their own privately funded gene sequencing projects as bio-tech companies and drug companies alike, lined up cash in on the fortune to be made on the bio-tech companies plan to patent the more than 100,000 gene sequences and sell them to the drug companies for the manufacturing of drugs to cure diseases. The grand project ended in a whimper when it was discovered that there were only about 23,000 genes in the human DNA bank--about the same number as in the lowly round-worm. The human genome project was certainly money well spent, but its limited success marked the end of the standard deterministic model of biology championed by the likes of Francis Crick, James Watson, and Richard Dawkins. Though strict determinism had been banished from the field of physics with the advent of quantum theory over a century ago, biologists have stubbornly held on to the outmoded deterministic model.

  • Lisa Nel
    2019-02-12 02:24

    An excellent read and outlined and presented extremely well. It loses a bit of momentum from time to time and recycles ideas from one chapter to the next; which makes me think this could have been a tighter more condensed book without losing any value. But nonetheless it was provocatively true in the brilliant Lipton method of suggesting alternative paths to achieve global harmony and human(e) sustainability. Lipton has full command of the effects of 'The Field, ' and the impact that future research can achieve in terms of healing people physically, emotionally and psychologically. Highly recommended.

  • Denison
    2019-02-21 01:32

    This book is presented with reason and scientific fact. No hyperbole. It is well written and easy enough to understand. I will recommend this book to anyone who chooses to know the direction in which humans are moving. Not everyone all at once, which is typical of human evolution (and I am not referring to Darwinism). Jump in, get this book and when you finish, share it with your friends and acquaintances.

  • Bricher Johannes
    2019-02-19 04:52

    When reviewing trends I am often disappointed about the expected future. How much longer will humans survive, how can they nourish future generations. Can they learn to live peacefully with each other? Do'nt we have to expect one catastrophe after the other? This book analyses our historical Background and our present situation. It then projects trends into the future. While doing so it remains opttimistic and tries to demonstrate that there are good reasons for hope. I find this very encouraging.The arguments leading to this conclusion are the most interesting part.

  • Marcy ann Hubbard
    2019-01-27 06:25

    idealogical but great points are brought up by both authors. This is the 6th time I have had to order this book because when someone borrows it they "forget" to give it back. Which, I am happy to repurchase every time. Each time I read the book, it gives me a realistic and positive perspective on life. Great read!

  • Beeyohbee
    2019-02-09 05:44

    This remarkable book outlines a fantastic new paradigm for humanity. Read this book and become an advocate of the lifestyle that is created through thought and intention. My life has been transformed and I have awakened to a new way of being because I read Bruce Lipton and Steve's words. Highly recommended for those inquiring minds related to advancing the human species to the next level of evolution.