In Dr Bruce Lipton's new book, "The Honeymoon Effect" he shares how we are designed as humans to bond. We can create heaven on earth through our relationships and use this energy to transform the world. Why then, if we have this fundamental biological imperative which propels us to be in a community, do we experience so much violence in the world?
Dr Bruce Lipton shares how human evolution continues to rapidly occur, in this day and age. He takes us into how our conditioning has made us to believe that we are powerless, and how we have handed our personal power over to others. In this conversation, he delves into:
Baby boomers and Millennials; how they connect with and perceive the world.
Conscious parenting and how our upbringing molds our belief systems and values.
How our beliefs, not our genes, determine our health.
Why Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy has little to do with genetics and more to do with what she believes.
Bruce Liption also debunks the popular myth that Charles Darwin is the originator of The Theory of Evolution. He informs us that Jean-Baptist Lamarck started the study of what is now known as The Theory of Evolution. Dr Bruce Lipton is the author of; The Biology of Belief, Spontaneous Evolutionand his latest The Honeymoon Effect. He is also the foremost thought-leader on conscious evolution. Watch the show below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Ahead of the 2014 National Elections in South Africa, we question whether the youth, the "born-frees" are ready to make their much anticipated mark on the South African political landscape. Do they feel disenfranchised? Do they have better alternatives to South Africa? Zama Ndlovu gives us her youthful thoughts and offers a few suggestions for our would-be national leaders.
What is SOCIAL ACTIVISM? Is it liking a Facebook page or retweeting a social cause? What about those who get their hands dirty and see tangible results? Zama Ndlovu says there is a place for all types of people who want to get involved, the key is to be authentic about it. She says it's all about achieving results. It's hard to disagree with her. Listen here and let us know if you agree with her or not...
Are you passionate about a certain issue and want to become a recognizable activist? We chat to Zama Ndlovu, the founder and Managing Director of Youth Lab and the author of A Bad Black's Manifesto.
We ask Zama Ndlovu about her journey in Social Activism and how we can address issues that affect us, instead of waiting for the government to act first. She also takes into the thinking that went in her book 'A Bad Black's Manifesto', the logic behind title and her worldview.
Many people are considering alternative energy sources in their homes to lighten their electricity usage and also as a means of joining the green revolution. Brendan Reynolds talks about why heat-pumps are the easiest way to enter the green energy market.
There are many excuses why people are not using renewable energy sources in their homes. Brendan Reynolds talks to us about the options we have to join the green revolution, how easy they are to install and how cost effective they are. He’ll dispell any myths around Solar Water heating and Heatpumps. Stop making excuses and start saving energy.