“The whole of Western natural philosophy is undergoing a sea change again, forced upon us by the experimental findings of quantum theory.” – Robert Lanza
The next time you catch yourself on the verge of caving in to the pressures of everyday life, just take a moment to remember the world-renowned stem cell scientist Dr. Robert Lanza, Chief Scientific Officer of Advanced Cell Technology.
Lanza has not only managed to help revolutionize the world of science and modern medicine in an uphill battle that might save your life one day, but he even found the time to pen a book with astronomer Bob Berman on Biocentrism, a subject that challenges our traditional, outdated perceptions on life, time & space, and even death.
Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe is scheduled to be released May 5, 2009 and will be the latest, and one of the most anticipated, additions to the emerging field of quantum mechanics to date. If you have no idea what I just said, don’t worry, nobody knew what was going on the first time they heard that fancy collegiate term make its way into the conversation.
Well, maybe Dr. Lanza did, but he’s a genius.
If you have seen the mind-boggling movie What the Bleep!? – Down the Rabbit Hole starring Marlee Matlin or read The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, both huge hits, then you already know that fancy terms like “Biocentrism” and “quantum theory” are used to describe what is actually a relatively simple concept to understand (but not always to accept).
Quantum physics theorizes that life is the creator of the universe, not the other way around, and that we are more than just random mutations of flesh and bone sailing on a lonely voyage around the sun.
Everything that is happening to you right now in your life and where you stand has been drawn to you like a magnet by your thoughts, and you are continually defining your world and perception by the “frequency” you emit from those thoughts, whether you like it or not.
Simply put, if you think you are a loser and you feel like a loser, then you are a loser.
Conversely, when you are having feelings of gratitude and a sense of well being, you are drawing all of those good things into your life, because after all, it is YOUR world, and perception is reality.
There is a lot more to it than this and some studies may seem hard to believe at first (like how waves turn into particles merely from being observed and how what you do right now changes an event that already occurred in the past), but don’t worry, I will spare you from trying to explain the entire concept to you in this post. I’ll leave that job to the man who genetically modified pigmentation into albino chickens at the age of 14, and as he said in an interview with Discover Magazine regarding those seemingly impossible studies regarding time and space, “Those experiments are real. Get over it.”
However, I do strongly urge you to look into the movies (and books) I listed above (and below) if you haven’t done so already. Then you might understand why thousands of people, including myself, are making such an effort to recommend it to you in the first place, and why Dr. Robert Lanza would take time out of his hectic schedule as a stem cell scientist to publish a book about the quantum world and its infinite possibilities.
Disclaimer: Whether you walk away from the subject supporting it, condemning it, or decide to utilize only parts of it, it will change the way you perceive and think about things in the future.
You must first ask yourself one thing: Just how far down the rabbit hole do you want to go?
Coming Soon: The sequel to Biocentrism by Robert Lanza and Bob Berman – Beyond Biocentrism: Rethinking Time, Space, Consciousness, and the Illusion of Death, already a #1 best seller in Metaphysics.