Yesterday, Day Six, delved into Lipton’s remarks about intelligent life, parallel universes and angels. Today, he shares, “When we tap into consciousness, we feel better, have more energy, and we are able to do incredible things that we can’t do when we are not in the groove. We are in harmony with the environment and when we flow with the environment, nature energizes us.”
Dr. Lipton tells his audience about the death of an elephant. When this elephant was in the herd and died, all of the other elephants visited this dead elephant and touched it; they gave it great respect and attention. These elephants continually came back and visited the bones and witnesses said at each visit, they acted as if they were in mourning all over again.
Lipton states that humans are intelligent. The cells are intelligent and they make us, us. He believes we should honor that for the great communal intelligence. A great example was the elephant story. The elephants know; they know which elephant was a part of their family and they pass this information on for generations.
In 1980, Lipton explains how he left the university because he was teaching something he didn’t believe. When he came back to Stanford, they thought he was crazy, but they gave him an opportunity to continue his research. Once his research began at Stanford, data just kept falling into his lap to support his research and hypothesis.
In Lipton’s book, The Biology of Belief, he uses a bread and butter sandwich model. He says this sandwich is like a model of a cell membrane; the butter is the barrier which prevents fluid content from crossing onto the outside. What happens? He says, with this model it shows that you can’t get nutrients into the cell and out of the cell. The control of the cell isn’t manifesting itself from the inside, but it is manifesting what was coming from the outside.
Tomorrow we will explore Day Eight. Day Eight looks at how, like the internet system, our cells communicate in a variety of ways through neurons, via chemicals, by energy across fields. Day Nine will be the last of this interview on cellular awakening.
I hope that each 10 minute segment has built a progressive knowledge of Lipton’s message to us about our cells and the importance they play in our life.