Bruce Lipton Explains How We Are Programmed At Birth
95% of our life is coming from the programs of life. How to live life that we get in the first seven years of life. That’s why poor people stay poor. And rich people stay rich. The movie “The Matrix,” is not science fiction. It’s a documentary. Every human, and it’s a fact—every human first seven years, is download to hypnosis. The brain of a child under seven (7) is in a lower vibrational frequency. When you put wires on a person’s head, you read electroencephalograph, reading brain activity.
A child below 7 has a lower vibration than consciousness. It’s called theta [brainwaves]. Theta is imagination. That’s how kids play a tea party with mud pies, but to them it’s a real thing. A kid rides a broom, it’s a horse.
That’s theta. Imagination. Theta is also hypnosis.
And the idea is this: before you can become conscious, if you don’t have any programs, what are you going to be conscious of? So nature makes the first 7 years…what kind of programs are required to live on this planet? I say how do you get them? Theta is hypnosis. You just watch. You watch your parents, you watch your siblings, and your community. Because you have to learn how many hundred thousand rules? Think about it.
Just to be a functional member of a family, and a functional member of a community, there are rules. Teaching an infant these rules. I say, you don’t have to. First 7 years, they observe and just download it. Look this is not new.
There’s a famous book, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad.” And basically says, if you come from a poor family and you could struggle your and try to get rich, but you’re not going to make it. And if you come from a rich family, you could be stupid your whole life, and make it!
Not because it was thinking, but it was unconscious behavior that was downloaded from rich families into kids. Which is unconscious.
So they’re making the right moves unconsciously. If they engage their conscious mind, then they look stupid!
But it’s unconscious. And that’s the same thing with poor people.
Poor people have beliefs from the family, “Oh you can’t make it. Life’s a struggle. Things are hard. Who do you think you are?” And if that’s the program you get, then 95% of the day you will sabotage yourself.
And that’s why poor people stay poor, and rich people stay rich.
Because of the programming.
95% of our life, it’s a fact, comes from those programs in the subconscious. Every day, only about five percent (5%) of the life, are you using conscious, which is creative.
Interviewer: So your life is being lived, even though you think you’re living your life.
Exactly! And you don’t see it. Because it’s called subconscious, below conscious. And the Jesuits, for 400 years, they were boast, and people didn’t understand. They say, “Give me a child until it’s 7 and I will show you the man.”
They’ve been saying it for 400 years because they knew 7 years was the program period. And 95% of your life after that will be whatever that program is.
[Here’s the solution. First Step: Recognize where you struggle.]
So you don’t have to think about what happened. I just say, look at your life. The things you like that come into your life, come into your life because you have a program that supports them. But anything you struggle with, work hard at, put a lot of effort into making it happen.
Why are you working so hard?
Inevitably, you have a program that doesn’t support that conclusion, and you’re trying to override the program. So, you don’t need to do a lot of shrink and psychology stuff. You just look at your life and say, “Where am I struggling?”
Because wherever you’re struggling, inevitably, it’s a program in your subconscious that does not support that destination you’ve been looking for.
[Second Step: Put new programs into your subconscious mind.]
The conscious mind is creative. And can learn in any number of ways. Read a self-help book, go to a lecture, listen to this program, and the conscious mind is going to get some awareness.
And I go, yeah, but the subconscious mind doesn’t learn that way.
And I go, right, it doesn’t.
The subconscious mind learns in two (2) fundamental ways naturally.
Hypnosis, which is the first 7 years. And after age 7, how do you put new programs in?
You want to drive a car. You didn’t learn just by getting in the seat and putting the key in. You had to practice driving the car. You want to learn the alphabet. How many times did you go from A to Z? You know, try to go from A to Z before you can complete it.
Once you complete it, you didn’t have to go back and do it again. So two phases.
You want to train the subconscious mind? Hypnosis. Repetition.
I like the last one because there’s a new phrase that’s bandied about called, “Fake it, until you make it.”
Meaning, if you’re not a happy person. I say, you want to be a happy person?
Then repeat it all the time. I’m happy, I’m happy. I say, well you don’t look happy or anything.
Who am I talking to?
By repetition, I’m talking to the subconscious. If subconscious gets “I am happy,” and 95% of your life comes from that subconscious, there will be a point. Once the subconscious got, “I am happy,” you won’t need to say it again. It will be automatic.
Interviewer: And that’s why we see people do affirmations and gratitude journals and stuff. Because if you do that daily.
It’s repetitive. That’s the secret part. It’s like putting a sticky note on the refrigerator is more like a suggestion. But it’s not a repetition. So it doesn’t work very well. But you have to—repetition is a habit. It’s making habits. So you got to do something religiously. In a sense of repeating it, repeating it, repeating it to make it work.
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