Sometimes the same issue keeps coming up. In the current March/April issue of Ode I wrote an interview with the holistic physician, Roy Martina. In that interview Dr. Martina argues that our ego driven subconscious, that is connected to our left brain, stands as an obstacle to health and healing. Dr. Martina discovered that we communicate with a higher consciousness through our right brain and he developed an easy method to help people make that connection.
Since I wrote the interview with Martina I have read the new book Life before Birth by psychologist Arthur Janov. Dr. Janov argues as well that in our daily lives we are victims of past experiences from our earliest childhood buried deep in our subconscious. That subconscious rules our lives and more often stands in the way of real happiness and health. Dr. Janov developed a special “primal” therapy to help people relive past experiences and replace them with new and better insights.
And then I met with biologist Bruce Lipton (his story will be in the upcoming May/June issue of Ode). Lipton’s research with stem cells convinced him that we can change our lives through changing our beliefs and the environments around our bodies. Lipton also concluded that our subconscious stands in the way of such healthy transformation and he advises several methods to re-program our subconscious.
So in a matter of weeks I have met three scientists spreading the same message: To lead more fulfilling and healthier lives we need to get rid of the past and re-program our subconscious. Next steps? Join Ode for an event with Roy Martina on May 19 in San Francisco. The event will be live-streamed online as well.