By: Bruce H. Lipton
The Biology of Belief begins as an attempt to rewrite our understanding of evolution and ventures on into a range of what many might write off as "new age" or "hippy stuff," backing it with science. The most reality-quaking argument, though, is Lipton's attack on the idea that evolution is driven by random mutations. As a cellular biologist, he believes that cells receive information from the environment and over time, incorporate it into their DNA. It's a convincing argument, with fascinating implications.
Regardless of Lipton's main argument, there are many undisputed truths that are worth your consideration ranging from belief to meditation to the structure of our minds. This book has bent my reality in the best of ways and for that, I highly recommend it.