DNA generally can’t be changed, right? We are the way we are, we have a set genetic makeup that we can’t alter? Wrong.
The science of epigenetics (the study of how environmental factors outside of DNA influence changes in gene expression) have proved that stem cells and DNA can possibly be altered.
This can be done through magnetic fields, heart coherence, positive mental states, and intention.
Curbing the genetic victim mentality
Despite what you may previously believe, our DNA is not the sole determinant for our health and well-being, it can be altered from the genetic make-up you were given upon birth. Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., stem cell biologist discussed the differences between genetic determinism and epigenetics in a recent interview with the magazine SuperConsciouness,
“The difference between these two is significant because this fundamental belief called genetic determinism literally means that our lives, which are defined as our physical, physiological and emotional behavioral traits, are controlled by the genetic code. This kind of belief system provides a visual picture of people being victims: If the genes control our life function, then our lives are being controlled by things outside of our ability to change them. This leads to victimization that the illnesses and diseases that run in families are propagated through the passing of genes associated with those attributes. Laboratory evidence shows this is not true.”
Carlo Ventura M.D, Ph.D. confirmed this theory and his credentials of being a professor and researcher at the University of Bologna in Italy speak highly of his knowledge in this area. Dr. Ventura has carried out his own research which showed that the DNA of stem cells can be altered using magnetic field frequencies.
“It’s like a time machine. You’re reprogramming somehow backward with these cells to an uncertain state in which any kind of decision is somehow possible; even the decision to become virtually any kind of cell of the organism. And just think about the tremendous potential of this discovery.”
Changing DNA through intention
According to the Institute of HeartMath in Boulder Creek, California, epigenetics encompasses far more than just DNA, our environment, and life experience. Factors such as love, appreciation, anger, and anxiety can also influence our genetic make-up.
In one particular study, participants actually changed their DNA through positive mental states, as opposed to control group volunteers who were unable to alter the DNA.
“An individual holding three DNA samples was directed to generate heart coherence – a beneficial state of mental, emotional and physical balance and harmony – with the aid of a HeartMath technique that utilizes heart breathing and intentional positive emotions. The individual succeeded, as instructed, to intentionally and simultaneously unwind two of the DNA samples to different extents and leave the third unchanged.”
Healthy cell expression and a quantum nutrient diet
In addition, there are ways to consciously nourish our bodies at a cellular level, such as an abundant diet of quantum nutrients, or positive feelings, in other words.
When we feel stressed, the parts of our bodies that are reserved for regenerating and repairing the body are diverted away, so focus on creating a genuine state of care, appreciation, and love for oneself in order to maintain a healthy DNA formula.
So take care in maintaining a healthy mindset and you will be changing your DNA for good.
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