A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that we are the product of something more than random mutations and lucky biology. We owe it to ourselves to embrace the evidence, the story it tells, and the healing that it can bring to our lives. Beyond any reasonable doubt, Gregg Braden will share how we’re not what we’ve been told, and much more than we’ve ever imagined.
On this episode:
4:40 – We’re all in this together
5:00 – Embracing change in a healthy way
10:00 – Reasons to change our ways of thinking
11:00 – The way we’ve been taught to think of ourselves
13:30 – Science and nature are simple, we make it complex
15:45 – Darwin – A theory to get things started
19:00 – Readjusting the geneology tree
21:00 – Reverse engineering of DNA
22:00 – The complex speech tweak
31:30 – What happened 200,000 years ago?
33:00 – We are the product of some kind of intervention
35:00 – The better we understand ourselves, the less we fear change
38:45 – What is our potential and how do we awaken it?
40:00 – Neurons in the heart
41:00 – Harmonizing the heart and brain
46:00 – Resolving pain, fear, and anger in a healthy way
47:30 – Molecules of Emotion
49:00 – Weaving a new wisdom
54:00 – HeartMath.org
Gregg Braden is a five-time New York Times best-selling author, and is internationally renowned as a pioneer in bridging science, spirituality and human potential!
From 1979 to 1990 Gregg worked for Fortune 500 companies as a problem solver during times of crisis. He continues problem-solving today as he weaves modern science, and the wisdom preserved in remote monasteries and forgotten texts into real world solutions.
His discoveries have led to 12 award-winning books now published in over 40 languages. Gregg has shared his presentations with The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies and the U. S. military, and he is now featured in media specials airing on major networks throughout the world.
The United Kingdom’s Watkins Journal lists Gregg among the top 100 of “the world’s most spiritually influential living people” for the 5th consecutive year, and he is a 2018 nominee for the prestigious Templeton Award. The award was established to honor “outstanding individuals who have devoted their talents to expanding our vision of human purpose and ultimate reality.”