A Change of Perception is a Change of Destiny


These are exciting times. The latest scientific research is blowing our beliefs out the water with its findings; especially in the field of epigenetics. The word epi means above in Greek, thus epigenetics implies above our genes or in layman’s terms, the forces that oversee the function of our genes.

Dr Bruce, H Lipton PhD, author of The Biology of Belief, discovered decades ago that our genes are regulated by our perception, and that the moment we change our perception (or our beliefs) we also change the expression of our genes. The environment, or in other words, our reaction to the environment signals our genes to function in specific ways. 

The Biology of Belief by Dr Bruce H. Lipton PhD

What is the significance of such findings? Imagine being born into a family where there’s a history of cancer from generation to generation, only to eventually watch some of them pass away due to the disease. You’ll most likely believe that you’re doomed to experience the same fate. According to epigenetics, however, and there is sufficient evidence to prove that 99% of diseases aren’t hereditary, but the result of our unconscious beliefs. 

If you believe you’re destined to have the same fate as your ancestors, then you will. But if you manage to change those beliefs with the knowledge that your perception creates your reality, then you’ll change your perception and consequently, your gene expression.

“A change of feeling is a change of destiny.” ─Neville Goddard

State of being creates reality. Our thoughts, feelings, beliefs and behaviours form our overall personality, which lay the foundation of our subjectivity. Becoming aware or conscious of your unconscious beliefs by being mindful of your mental and emotional patterns is the beginning of freedom. The moment you’re able to impartially watch your thoughts without believing them, then you’re detaching yourself from the programs that have been downloaded into your matrix since you were in the womb; when a man knows himself, he comes to know the world.

The implications of remaining unaware of the processes in the unconscious are fatal, as discovered in a study which involved adopted children.

Researchers have discovered that children who are adopted into a home where cancer runs in the family have the same probability of contracting the disease as those born into it. What does this imply? What do the adopted child and the family members have in common? Well, they don’t share the same genes as they came from different families. They grew up in the same environment and consequently adopted the same beliefs and behaviours as their parents; thus, they’re likely headed for the same genetic destiny unless they rewire the nodes in the maze of their minds. 

Our beliefs shape our lives. The moment a person changes their self-image, their perception of the world conforms to that change. The worlds in themselves, including biological, also change to match the new state of being they’ve embodied. Adopting a new perspective is the key to freeing yourself from the genetic or hereditary curses that force people to experience the same fate as their ancestors.

Assisting people in peeling those false beliefs from their windows of perception was why I wrote my book; The Labyrinth: Rewiring the Nodes in the Maze of your Mind. We don’t have to experience the same fate our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents. We can change the way our genes function and improve the overall structure and function of our body by creating better proteins; which is what genes do. This is an exciting time to be alive; we’re breaking free from these false paradigms. Science and spirituality are merging to demystify the mystical.

Getting back to our unconditioned self is the goal of the spiritual journey. As newborn babies, we enter this world with dreams and desires. All too often, however, people suppress their soul’s desires and run their lives on autopilot via subconscious habits. Most of their waking day is spent enslaved to redundant habits they can’t shake off. 

To be conscious means to be self-aware, and mainly of the processes in your mind. The moment you start to change your thoughts and beliefs; your behaviour and habitual state of being; get ready because it’s going to be uncomfortable. Change is difficult mainly because our habits are a comfort zone for us. These habits, however, are anything but comfortable! They devour our consciousness and break the body down. The thinking and feeling patterns we believe form the basis of our identity need to be dropped for us to align with our natural state; which is ultimately sat-chit-ananda, (ever-existing, ever-conscious, ever-new, bliss).

Bliss is your birthright! Don’t allow these automatic behaviours to deprive you off it! When you embody your natural state, the autonomic nervous system begins to restore and repair the body. Stress and fear break the body down via the survival hormones signalling your genes to create proteins and chemicals that aren’t of good quality and if indulged in over time, lead to disease.

According to Dr Joe Dispenza, the average person spends 70% of their day living via the hormones of stress, and 90% of the thoughts they have today are the same thoughts they had the day before. Is it any wonder then, why people are dying much earlier than they should? The stress hormones are breaking them down on every level; it’s time to take charge of our state of being.

Embodying your natural state is what Jesus Christ meant when he preached on the Sermon on the Mount:

“Seek ye first, the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.” ─Matthew 6:33

The ancients knew this truth; joy heals, and fear destroys. When you know these truths, and study the new science to reinforce them, you see just how much of an effect your state of being has on the quality of your life. Embody wholeness now; embody love, appreciation, peace, and don’t allow external circumstance to snatch them from you, because when you do, you’re signalling your genes to create more stress hormones.

Thank you for reading

Craig Woods 

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