Bruce Lipton ~ Healing Our World

This interview is a groundbreaking work in the field of new biology, and it will forever change how you think about thinking. Through the research of Dr. Lipton and other leading-edge scientists, stunning new discoveries have been made about the interaction between your mind and body and the processes by which cells receive information. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology, that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our thoughts. Using simple language, illustrations, humor, and everyday examples, he demonstrates how the new science of Epigenetics is revolutionizing our understanding of the link between mind and matter and the profound effects it has on our personal lives and the collective life of our species.

Enjoy! V.

Symbolism of the Rose

To the fabulous four! I just love this post about the symbolism of the rose with all the beautiful poetry and all the lovely images to go with it. I would like to share it with my readers. Thank you! Wishing you a great weekend! Hugs! Veraiconica

The World according to Dina

Even Bookfayries need a holiday. So we happily let our dear Master write about the symbolism of the rose, as he knows much more about symbolism as we do.

Auch Buchfeen benötigen Ferien! Also haben wir heute unserem Masterchen das Feld überlassen, da er sich eh besser als wir in der Symbolik auskennt.

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The Rose

These remarks about the sybolism of the rose are dedicated to Pia Scheiring, this Pia, who assiduously is commenting here and gave me the definite book about the rose “The Rose” by David Austin, the most famous English cultivator of roses.

Die Rose

Meine Studie zur Symbolik der Rose ist Pia Scheiring gewidmet,  ja genau, der Pia, die hier fleißig kommentiert und mir das hervorragende Standardwerk “The Rose” von David Austin, dem berühmtesten Rosenzüchter Englands, schenkte.

Goethe like always in love, this time with Friederike Brion, wrote one of his most famous poems 1799, which…

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