How To Control Your Mind By:
Dr. Bruce Lipton
What Is Addiction By:
Dr. Gabor Mate
Dr. Bruce Lipton is a highly respected cell biologist and lecturer who has conducted pioneering research on stem cells at Stanford Medical School. He is renowned for his work which demonstrates that the environment in which cells exist plays a fundamental role in shaping their behavior and physiology, and that this environment is influenced by our thoughts and beliefs. Dr. Lipton's findings provide compelling scientific evidence that supports the principles of RTT, which is centered on identifying and changing limiting beliefs to achieve profound transformations in the body. His philosophy is encapsulated in his statement that "if you change your thoughts, you can change your biology." For those wishing to explore Dr. Lipton's research in more depth, his book "The Biology of Belief" (published by Hay House) is an excellent resource.
Dr. Gabor Mate is a respected physician, psychologist, and bestselling author who is recognized globally for his expertise in addiction, trauma, and the relationship between stress and illness. His compassionate therapy approach is particularly noteworthy as he combines his medical knowledge with a deep understanding of trauma and human suffering to develop innovative treatment methods. At the 2018 International Childhood Conference in Melbourne, I had the privilege of hearing Dr. Mate and other trauma experts speak. I was struck by how closely Dr. Mate's approach to trauma work aligns with the principles of Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT). RTT is a holistic therapy that recognizes the significant impact that childhood experiences and trauma can have on an individual's beliefs, behaviors, and physical health. RTT aims to identify and reframe limiting beliefs that were formed as a result of traumatic experiences, leading to profound transformations in both the mind and body. Dr. Mate's work provides valuable insights into the impact of trauma on the mind and body, making his book "When the Body Says No" a must-read for anyone interested in understanding how stress can affect health. His documentary film "The Wisdom of Trauma" is also an excellent resource for those looking to learn more about trauma and addiction.