Recreating The Honeymoon Effect – Love for the Making
There’s a wonderful new book coming out this week from my good friend, cell biologist and mystic, Bruce Lipton. I loved Bruce’s first book The Biology of Belief, now out in a 10th Anniversary edition, which reveals his scientific findings on the power of belief to shape our lives. Science revealing that our thoughts can trump our DNA is nothing short of revolutionary. In his new book, The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth, Bruce takes on another subject of deep interest to every human being— love. He defines the Honeymoon Effect as “a state of bliss, passion, energy, and health resulting from a huge love.” Under the influence of this love, your life is so beautiful that you can’t wait to get up to start a new day and you thank the Universe that you are alive. Most of us have experienced this huge love, but for so many, it ends in disappointment or disappears in the clutter, distraction, and challenge of our everyday lives.
According to Bruce, the Honeymoon Effect is not a chance event or coincidence but a personal creation. We manifest our loving relationships. Once we understand how we create love and why we lose it, we can create the honeymoon experience again. Bruce’s book offers a wealth of fascinating and empowering knowledge—the influence of quantum physics, biochemistry, and psychology in creating and sustaining loving relationships. Using the 50 trillion cells that live harmoniously in every healthy human body as a model, he suggests that we can create not just honeymoon relationships for couples but also a “super organism” called humanity that can heal our planet.
I have read this amazing book twice (so far) and loved every minute I spent with it. It’s one of my favorite reads ever. I hope you’ll enjoy it, too. It’s a concise guide to the magic of love. There is no subject more crucial to our happiness and our ability to live and give at our highest capacity.
Topics: Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton, honeymoon effect, Manifesting, Relationships
The new book is now ordered, as promised. But I also want to thank you, Wayne, for Anita Moorjani’s incredible book, “Dying To Be Me.” I have just finished it, but it might never have been written without your involvement in making it happen. You bring wonderful gifts to the world. Keep on, and thank you.
An afterthought: This was a great article, and I’m definitely gonna get the book, but a real-life example of the Lipton effect might just be your cup of tea. lol
Love is the key to everything. As we learn to love we become more like the source from which we come. Namaste!
In perfect health, Lester spent the next 42 years teaching others how to be “no-limits” people in all areas of their lives, and eventually he owned 27 buildings in Manhattan – which he gave away to their tenants.
Lester Levenson proved Bruce’s finding back in 1952. Doctors told him he had only days to live. 3 months later he was completely healed of a heart attack & a host of other illnesses. Everything else got better too, as he applied a method for removing love’s blockages. He called it The Release Technique, & the result was Happiness With No Sorrow.