Genetics are not fixed - consciousness, our own inner system of intelligence, regulates genes and genetic expression from non-physical fields. Russian scientists have called these fields of consciousness "Torsion" fields and torsion energy. For healing we can work with the fields of consciousness and energy, bringing them into balance, which will facilitate resolution of previously existing distortions in genetic coding and genetic transmission. Applying frequency and intention (light, sound, spiritual energy, linguistic input, etc.), transforming subconscious beliefs, clearing dense emotional energy - these are all methods of facilitating deep healing that transforms genetics and repairs DNA. Everything we need for healing exists within a Universal Information Field that we can tap into, since we all exist as subfields within the larger field. These influences have all been clearly proven in experiments. Dr. Bruce Lipton's book The Biology of Belief reviews some of the evidence regarding how consciousness - our perception of and reaction to our environment - regulates genetic expression. Reading the Washington Post article below you'll notice how the issue seems to be a mystery to the researchers, who aren't even thinking about consciousness and metaphysical energy, since they have no way to measure it (and they may even fear exploring those topics since consciousness is not something they can control, while science has been highly focusing on controlling our perceived reality and harnessing nature for human desires). We live in a reality that's a projection, and while within the projection we only relate to the projection as real and we don't perceive the projector (consciousness/spirit) or the medium (energy/vibration) which carries the projection into our perceived reality.
Jed Shlackman, LMHC, C.Ht.
Contact Jed for additional information about mind-body and energetic therapies that can shift the flow of information being transmitted by your DNA, facilitating healing and biophysical transformation. Jed is a holistic counselor and healer in the Miami/South Florida area.
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Posted on Wed, Mar. 23, 2005
STUDY: PLANTS AMAZINGLY ABLE TO FIX ERRORS IN THEIR OWN GENES
By RICK WEISS
Washington Post Service
Plants inherit secret stashes of genetic information from their long-dead ancestors and can use them to correct errors in their own genes -- a startling capacity for DNA editing and self-repair wholly unanticipated by modern genetics, researchers said Tuesday. The newly discovered phenomenon, which resembles the caching of early versions of a computer document for viewing later on, allows plants to archive copies of genes from generations ago, long assumed to be lost forever. Then, in a move akin to choosing their parents, plants can apparently retrieve selected bits of code from that archive and use them to overwrite the genes they've inherited directly. Scientists predicted that by harnessing the still mysterious mechanism they'd be able to control plant diseases and create novel varieties of crops. If the mechanism can be invoked in animals -- as some tantalized scientists now venture may be possible -- it could also offer a revolutionary way to correct the genetic flaws that lead to cancer and other diseases. ''We think this demonstrates that there's this parallel path of inheritance that we've overlooked for 100 years, and that's pretty cool,'' said Robert Pruitt, a professor of botany and plant pathology at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., who oversaw the studies with one of his co-workers, Susan Lolle. The finding represents a ''spectacular discovery,'' wrote German molecular biologists Detlef Weigel and Gerd Jurgens in a commentary accompanying the research in the March 24 issue of the journal Nature, released Tuesday.