Bruce Lipton agrees with me when I say that changing the beliefs and your vibration can heal your child. I did it. In this episode, one of the most respected Quantum Biologists explains why and how you can do the same. 

In this episode we cover:

Why beliefs, vibration, and the parent’s feelings and words are way more important than ANY treatment for autism. 

How the subconscious might be ruining ALL the expensive treatments, diets, and protocols you spend time on. Also, how to get the subconscious to work for you.

Why listening to a doctor’s diagnosis actually changes the cells in you and your child to express the symptoms for life. 

Why feeling like a victim can keep you and your child in the symptoms and the chaos for life (and how to escape this).

The reasons why children come into the planet with autism and how to understand and help them through their sensitivities. 

How you can choose to change your situation and your child or stay in the program (which you will do if you don’t understand and learn this). 

If you are new to The Barefoot Autism Warriors methods and you want to change your beliefs to turn autism around, you can join my free 3 step course HERE

or join the waitlist for my next online course: The Autism Turnaround Mindset And Manifestation Course HERE 

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., cell biologist and lecturer, is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Bruce was on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine. He later performed groundbreaking stem cell research at Stanford University. He is the bestselling author of The Biology of Belief, the Updated 10th Anniversary edition is now available, and author of The Honeymoon Effect, and co- author with Steve Bhaerman of Spontaneous Evolution. Bruce received the 2009 prestigious Goi Peace Award (Japan) in honor of his scientific contribution to world harmony.

For more information visit www.brucelipton.com

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