So, anything can happen. It is not as though you are out of control, however. You can choose to express whatever feelings you wish to during a session. It also depends on how comfortable you feel with your practitioner.
Cellular memory as illustrated by Carroll in Cellular Memory, is the concept that “the cells in the human body contain clues to our personalities, tastes, and histories”, independently of genetic codes or brain cells. That is, everything that has ever happened to us is recorded in the cells of our body, and remembered - like files in a computer.
Dr Bruce Lipton, PhD, is a cellular biologist who specialises in the study of cellular memory and epigenetics, or the study of heritable changes in gene function that occur without a change in the sequence of the DNA. This translates to - how the environment turns genes on and off to control the behaviour of cells.
In his video: The New Biology – Where Mind and Matter Meet, Dr Lipton examines the notion that every human on the planet contains the genes for almost every disease imaginable. However Bruce estimates only five per cent of the population actually inherits genetic DNA. So, if only five per cent of people inherit genetic disease, why is illness so prevalent in our society?
Dr Lipton recently made the incredible discovery that when the protein that surrounds DNA is stripped away, the DNA is rendered virtually inactive. So what turns our DNA on? Cellular memory is the name for the concept that our thoughts and beliefs influence our cells – right down to DNA level. So, our thinking has an effect on our physical bodies.
This means that the five senses are constantly receiving information from sensory perception, and this information is transforming the subconscious mind, which is in turn creating our external reality. This occurs without our awareness. So, what information are you feeding your subconscious?
PART 2 in my next blog.