Do these things only happen in movies?

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As I look at the credits that flow with a sweet song of the films that end with the happy expressions on the faces of the lovers who have been reunited by overcoming many obstacles, I ask: “What then?” Are you one of those who think like that? “How long will this happiness last? Won’t they live happily ever after?” by those who say. The number of people who believe such things only happen in movies and who believe that even the greatest loves can only be continued in poetry and epics, without losing its power and influence must be quite high, for a “dream” in which we keep being driven away from all the failures we have heard and seen growing up and others as “facts of life” attached to them to be remembered, and in which our faith has withered that it is possible is eternal happiness.
Of course, if you haven’t read Bruce H. Lipton’s book The Honeymoon Effect. Bruce H. Lipton is a distinguished scientist who earned an important place in the scientific world by studying cell biology and then combining what he learned from his scientific studies with his observations of the human spiritual world. The author, who previously uncovered the contradictions of genetic determinism and the miraculous effects of faith in a simple and understandable way in his book The Biology of Faith, this time focuses more on romantic relationships and the sustainability of happiness in those relationships in the book “The Honeymoon Effect” brought to our language by Beyaz Owl Publishing.
Although the book’s focus seems to be on romantic relationships, the author isn’t just about love and sex; It touches on all kinds of bonds that can be formed between people in general and presents powerful arguments that can open the reader’s horizons and radically change his view of the world, using fundamental sciences such as quantum physics, biology and psychology. Not only this scientific basis makes the book impressive and credible for the reader. Ultimately, as Lipton emphasizes throughout the book, there is a desire to make a connection behind many human behaviors, and it is the sincerity and persuasiveness of the narrative, not the accuracy and scientificity of what is being told, that draws a reader to connect with it material they read. Here Bruce Lipton creates a text that is easy to read, understand and connect, sincerely and even fearlessly juxtaposing many details about his personal life with the scientific data he presents in understandable and sometimes humorous language throughout book mediated.

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In the introduction to the book, I’ll explain why it’s not your hormones, neurochemicals, genes, or a less-than-ideal upbringing that’s preventing you from forming the relationship you say you want. It’s your beliefs that keep you from having those special, loving relationships. Change your beliefs, change your relationships,” Lipton explains. “Personal development books and therapy usually give ideas but don’t make any real change, they only deal with two of the four minds at work in relationships.” recalls more. The four heads are one of the key concepts to which the author has devoted an entire chapter.
There is a book at the end of the book, which competently and easily read discusses the effects of quantum physics (good vibes), biochemistry (love potions) and psychology (conscious and subconscious) in making and maintaining happy and loving relationships , which reminds of the necessary steps to maintain the honeymoon effect. The checklist also includes films that can be viewed in cinema therapy.
Maybe it’s possible to live our lives like the last sequence of a movie. Bruce H. Lipton gives us a roadmap for this in The Honeymoon Effect. It’s up to us to decide on this enticing journey and see what happens in the end.

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HONEYMOON EFFECT
Bruce H Lipton
Translated by: Merve Duygun
White Owl Publications
192 pages.

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