This film is currently on Netflix and focuses on the biology of belief and the incredible healing capacity the mind contains.
It covers the amazing example of the placebo effect, visualisation and how even life threatening terminal diseases have been overcome through the power of belief.
This subject matter has always been of particular interest to me, due to my own experiences with past ill health and within tough physical challenges.
The content of the film has been a major part of my own seminars for a long time.
It is a reminder of our own immense healing power, that people are sadly no longer exploring. It can and has been equally applied to personal potential in any endeavour we choose.
Well worth a watch.
The Biology Of Belief
by Bruce Lipton
The author of this fascinating book was featured in this weeks recommended film Heal.
Bruce Lipton is an internationally recognised authority in bridging science and spirit and a leading voice in new biology.
This book is an in-depth look at how all the cells of our body are affected by our thoughts.
A fascinating read.
Saying of the week.
“Imagination is more important
– Albert Einstein
A question I got asked this week.
“What is the least I can spend for a home gym kit?”
The truth is you don’t need to spend anything for a home gym.
Your own body weight will suffice and give you amazing gains in fitness, endurance and physique.
If everyone only knew just how little they really need from a gym, then the gym industry would be in a lot of trouble. Of course if you are training for a specific sport then you will need more equipment, but often not as much as people think. These are for the minority though and most people can make incredible gains with body weight style training.
Mark Lauren, a special operations military forces trainer wrote a great book on the subject called ‘You Are Your Own Gym.’ A great title and very apt.
I will be coaching my own system from March next year and will demonstrate why body weight should be the bedrock of any physical conditioning program.