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Bruce H. Lipton

The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth

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    Finding harmony: The nature of love and community in our lives

    It's an intriguing aspect of human behavior how we're often drawn back to relationships that have let us down in the past. This is not due to some masochistic tendencies, but rather a fundamental biological drive. We are wired to seek connections with others, and when these connections are absent, we may experience feelings of emptiness or disorientation.

    Remember, as human beings, we aren't standalone entities. Instead, envision yourself as a supercommunity composed of approximately 50 trillion sentient cells, all working in harmony. If these cells can cooperate to such an extraordinary extent, imagine what the seven billion humans on Earth could achieve if they worked together as effectively. This principle extends to intimate relationships as well, implying that two individuals should be capable of forming a successful, harmonious relationship.

    Take inspiration from multi-organism societies, such as ant colonies. An isolated ant is unlikely to survive, signifying the intrinsic need for community across the animal kingdom. Consider the movie Cast Away where the protagonist, deprived of human contact, establishes a connection with an inanimate volleyball. This also underscores our fundamental drive for companionship and community, going beyond mere propagation.

    Even couples without children or those involved in same-sex relationships, which are prevalent across the animal kingdom, can share deeply satisfying bonds. These facts signify that coupling is more than just about procreation – it's a fundamental drive that's critical to our functioning within a larger community.

    As we evolve, our future should be one characterized by increasing harmony and community. Therefore, don't let past relationship failures discourage you. Our innate quest for connections can lead us towards harmonious bonds. And in the next section, you'll delve into the specifics of how you can foster such bonds.

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    What is The Honeymoon Effect about?

    The Honeymoon Effect (2023) explores the possibility of maintaining the euphoric state typically experienced during the honeymoon phase of a relationship. By delving into diverse fields such as biology, quantum physics, and psychology, it sheds light on the nature of love, the role of hormones, and the power of the subconscious mind in shaping our relationships.

    Who should read The Honeymoon Effect?

    • Relationship strugglers hoping to turn around negative patterns through understanding biological and psychological influences
    • Newlyweds seeking wisdom on extending their initial happiness throughout marriage
    • Psychology enthusiasts interested in exploring the intersection of psychology, biology, and quantum physics

    About the Author

    Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., is a trailblazer in new biology and a highly respected international figure in merging science and spirit. He served as faculty at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine and conducted groundbreaking stem-cell studies at Stanford University. The acclaimed author of The Biology of Belief and Spontaneous Evolution, Lipton has been recognized for his significant scientific contributions to global harmony, earning him the 2009 Goi Peace Award and the title of Peace Ambassador in 2012.

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