What if you knew the language of the DNA living in your cells? Your genetic code is a language that communicates within the cell, and between your cells. But, did you know that offspring can inherit experiences that were origionally acquired by previous generations, or your ancestors? In fact, you’ve inherited the memory of those or other events!
Biologists of the Yerkes National Primate Research Center at Emory University have proven the fact that the transfer of experience involves epigenetic mechanisms, which depend on the degree of methylation of certain DNA fragments which is transmitted through sperm, causing the experience to be inherited, and creating brain structures that are necessary for the experience of the ancestors.
This can explain phobias, feelings of having been somewhere before where we’ve never traveled to in our lives, and the propensity of contracting certain ailments, fears, or being overweight, among other things. Study and research has revealed that trauma can affect the expression or suppression of certain genes, not only for the person involved, but also for succeeding generations.
Is the past really the past? Can the effects of ancesteral suffering, hopelessness, despair and rage be passed on to you and me? Was your great grandmother in a depression? Can that explain your urge to eat or stock up for winter? Could rage be a root cause of hot flashes? Depression, or anxiety can be possible ways that women cope with these feelings that they cannot identify that keep them repeating.
Scientists tell us that epigenetic effects are reversible, and suggest specific drugs or treatment programs.
DNA Memory exists in all of us. I have the ability to read your DNA and translate the messages, and what it could mean to you. But, what if you don’t want a certain gene, or continually suffer with something? What if you don’t want drugs and psychoanalysis? What if you could design your own NEW DNA?
The Sky’s Not the Limit!