DNA Activation Techniques to Positively Change Your Vibration

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Have you ever felt as if you’re not living up to your full potential? Or have you felt that brief flash of genius you know is lying dormant within, but don’t know how to access it regularly? Of course, you have. It’s something we’re all familiar with and likely experience on a regular basis. And according to the theory of DNA activation, there are ways to clear these energetic blockages and access your true potential.

The double helix DNA structure most of us are familiar with is encoded with copious amounts of information. In fact, DNA can be used to store more data than any artificial medium – so much so, that all the data ever recorded by humans could fit into a container the size and weight of a few pickup trucks.

Though our DNA contains such large amounts of data, the majority of it is considered extraneous by geneticists who regularly study it. Some refer to this 97 percent of DNA as non-functioning, or “junk DNA.”

What if this data isn’t junk, but actually encoded with information whose function has yet to be discovered? And what if there are more than two strands of DNA, but instead up to 12 potential strands lying dormant in a subtle energy spectrum? Wouldn’t you want to activate them?

DNA Healing

As humans, our potential for creativity, love, mathematics, and intellect exceeds far beyond our everyday output. Just the fact that some of us are born prodigies, savants, and virtuosos proves how much more potential our mind, body, and brains are capable of processing. And that potential isn’t unique to the small percentage born that way; we all have the capability, just look at the proof found in acquired savant syndrome.

Our brains are the fastest data processors on Earth, far more efficient than any computer you’ve used. Though it may not seem like it, the human brain is able to calculate up to 38 quadrillion calculations per second, compared to your personal computer, which clocks in at somewhere between one and five billion. That fact alone gives some perspective into our true potential, and proponents of DNA activation believe that by implementing certain practices into one’s life, we can achieve even more.

DNA activation suggests the idea that there is an additional DNA template contained within each of us that goes beyond the double-stranded helix. Proponents say that in reality, there are up to 12 strands ranging in subtlety that can be activated along with our “junk DNA.”

If you think this sounds ridiculous, you should note that our knowledge of genetics is still in a relatively nascent phase as we’re constantly learning more about its sequencing and structure. Just recently, molecular biologists observed three and even four-stranded DNA known as G-quadruplex secondary structures that form in telomeric regions – the ends of our chromosomes that slowly unravel as we age. It has been suggested that studies of how this G-quadruplex DNA affect us could lead to new cancer treatments.

DNA Music Repair & Healing Frequencies

There are certain modalities one can use to actuate the dormant aspects of our genetics according to DNA activation theory, and one of those methods is through DNA healing frequencies or what some refer to as DNA music repair.

There are certain sound frequencies discovered to have profound effects on brain function and possibly even cellular health. It has been shown that binaural beats and exposure to specific frequencies can impact our body in positive ways.

Binaural beats operate in the theta wavelength between four to eight hertz and are conducive to deep relaxation and meditative states, which have endless benefit to the body and mind.

The 528 Hz frequency, also known as one of the Solfeggio frequencies, is considered an auspicious tuning for music and sound, believed to have incredibly positive potential for DNA activation. But how can simple sound waves produce a distinct impact at the molecular level?

One scientific study tested the effects of sound waves on the synthesis of nucleic acids in chrysanthemums, finding the synthesis of RNA was accelerated under certain frequencies. In another instance, a music professor at Skidmore College discovered that certain combinations of sound waves, tuned to the right frequency, can destroy cancer cells – as can the human voice.

The 528 Hz frequency, thought to have first been used in Gregorian chants dating back to John the Baptist, is believed to activate and mend DNA. Dr. Glen Rein has devoted much of his career to studying the effects of sound and frequency on DNA and specifically the telomeric end caps of chromosomes that correspond with our biological age.

In 1998, Rein exposed in vitro DNA samples to 528 Hz and analogous Solfeggio frequencies in the form of Gregorian chants in scalar audio waves. He found the samples became more absorptive to UV light compared to samples exposed to other sound frequencies and other types of music such as rock. This increase in absorption is known as hyperchomicity, causing DNA strands to separate and unravel. New bonds form in the DNA chains and crystal structure, subsequently increasing light absorption.

DNA Activation Techniques Through Meditation

DNA activation proponents often speak of the need to connect with a higher entity through meditation. Whether this entity is an archangel, an ascended master, or enlightened being depends on the individual, as experiences often vary and are typically based on one’s spiritual path.

Guided meditations are available online or in the vast catalog found on the Gaia website, but these aren’t always necessary – individual, silent meditation is usually the end goal. Guided meditations are great for beginners, but once one is able to quiet the mind, you can experience greater depths of consciousness through silent, or non-guided meditation. It certainly doesn’t hurt to listen to soft 528 Hz music while meditating for compounding activation modalities.

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Affirmation and Positive Thinking

Our daily thoughts and intentions alter the frequency of our vibration and subsequently our DNA. Simply switching the energy of your daily thoughts can have a profound impact on your physical being.

Too often are we consumed by the ego, an area of the brain scientists have recently pinpointed to be found in the default mode network. Though our consciousness may exist externally from our bodies, the ego exists internally and can consume our thought patterns, focusing our intentions and actions on the self. Recognizing this, acknowledging it, and allowing your mind to remove itself from the body and the ego can provide a third person perspective.

This act of abstraction from the individual can help you remove yourself from egoic behavior, allowing you to instead think from a place of inclusivity, acceptance, and love. In turn, this can change our frequency and activate DNA to vibrate at a higher level.

Manifesting Genuine Relationships

We all wear a number of masks in the varied relationships we’re involved in throughout our lives. Work relationships, friendships, family, and lovers. And there’s good reason these relationships are varied, not everyone needs to know the same level of detail about you that others should be privy to.

However, there should be a level of consistency across all of these relationships if one is to truly awaken their full potential as a human being and activate their DNA to its highest level.

This final piece comes easiest as an amalgam of all the other practices of DNA activation which, if practiced regularly, will naturally cultivate genuine relationships with everyone in your life. Giving an equal, honest version of yourself to others will, more often than not, manifest those genuine relationships you deserve.

 

Want to know more on the powerful impact your mind can have on your physical wellbeing? Check out Dr. Bruce Lipton’s advice for using the power of thought to control your genes in this episode of Inspirations :



5 Methods for Energy Healing

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The one thing that is undoubtedly universal amongst all of us is energy. It is the pervasive force that allows for life to exist and flourish, yet our Westernized minds are often reluctant to embrace it as something that should be considered in medicine. Meanwhile, it is the focus of many ancient Eastern health practices and remedies for the things that commonly ail us, and it can be used as a supplement to the prescribed medicine that we know to be tried and true. So what is energy healing, and how can you implement it into your life to benefit your health and wellbeing? These five different methods should give you a good idea.

How Does Energy Healing Work?

Depending on the method, energy healing focuses on the life force that flows through all of us; that force that dictates our mood, health, energy, and ability to connect with other beings. In Chinese and Japanese culture that force is referred to as ki or qi (pronounced: chi). In India, it is known as prana the energy that spins and flows through the chakras, an intangible force that cannot be comprehended in the materialist sense.

Although the perspective of western science and medicine often labels energy healing as pseudoscientific, the perception is starting to change as scientists and academics begin to understand the principles behind the techniques and benefits that have been known to eastern cultures for centuries. The learnings and breakthroughs in quantum physics have brought the understanding of the pervasiveness of energy to the forefront of western thought. Not only do our bodies consist of and run on energy in every aspect of their function, but there is an omnipresent field of energy throughout the universe that is now being studied via quantum field theory. This universal energy known to eastern cultures and the newly discovered quantum field are talking about the same thing, disagreeing simply over semantics.

Influencing this flow of energy by implementing physical and mental awareness and intention, can bring about profound and replicable results. Through meditation, physical touch, and exercise our energy bodies can be altered to provide higher states of health, consciousness and, you guessed it, energy. These energy healing techniques can help you find an approach that is right for you and lead you on a path to healing and sustained health, either as a primary or supplemental modality.

 

Qigong

One of the fundamental practices of energy healing and exercise based on the Chinese concept of qi, qigong is concerned with balancing the flow of energy throughout the body. Much like Tai Chi or yoga, qigong cultivates the life force through a series of body postures, breathing, and meditation. It is also used as a foundational practice for martial arts, as it develops balance, agility, and muscle strength.

Qigong practitioners aim to develop higher levels of awareness, reduced anxiety, and a clearer vision of one’s purpose in life. It is often used as an effective practice in sports medicine, particularly with the elderly, due to its slow and controlled movements that aim to develop stability and ease tension. It has even been endorsed by the Harvard School of Medicine for its therapeutic benefits.

Qigong works by opening up blocked meridians, or the routes through which qi flows, in order to allow for unimpeded movement of energy throughout the body. The philosophy of qigong posits that blocked energy is the cause of illness and disease. By opening up these passages, we can prevent ailments or reopen the flow of energy to begin the healing process when we are sick.

Chinese Meridians and Acupuncture

The meridians are a map of routes within our body, through which qi energy flows. These meridians correspond with the connections and routes of muscles, endocrine glands and the nervous system. There are over 600 points on the body that acupuncture targets with thin needles that are directly connected to major organs and bodily systems. These connections are made through the meridians and collaterals, the vessels associated with meridians.

 

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Knowledge of these meridians and collaterals is thought of very highly in Chinese culture and is considered equally as important as a doctor’s knowledge of our anatomy. Acupuncture is thought to promote the release of certain adrenal hormones like ACTH and cortisol that can help with certain bodily pains and organ function. It is even thought to have the potential to cure or help with overcoming addictions.

Of all of the different types of Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture has gained the most notoriety, specifically as a complimentary modality to modern medicine. It has been widely embraced by doctors and patients throughout the western world, and could be one of the keys to a broader acceptance of eastern alternative medicine. Though needles are involved, the process is virtually painless and often relaxing.

Acupuncture has been found to treat a number of mental ailments like depression, anxiety, and negative moods. It has also had a positive impact on deeper physical issues like digestive problems and chronic pain.

 

Reflexology

Reflexology finds its roots in the Chinese focus on balancing the flow of qi, but primarily targets the hands, ears, and feet. Different locations on our feet and hands are thought to have direct connections through the meridians to different organs and systems in our body that can be detoxed and positively influenced. Through a targeted and sometimes intense massage, reflexology frees up blocked energy through stimulation, muscle relaxation, and the encouragement of lymph flow.

 

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Reflexology is said to cleanse the body of toxins, boost the immune system, balance energy, and increase circulation. After a reflexology foot massage, one might feel like they are walking on air or feel lighter in their stride. Though these immediately noticeable effects can be fleeting, the unseen, internal effects can provide a longer lasting benefit.

 

Chakra Healing

The Chakras are the ancient Indian conception of our body’s primary energy centers and are very similar in nature to the ancient Chinese conception. The word chakra translates literally to wheel and is thought to be one of seven spinning centers of energy found in our bodies. Our chakras, based on their location, are connected to key endocrine glands and areas of nervous system function throughout the body, much like the Chinese meridians.

 

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The seven Chakras are located in alignment from the top of our head, to the base of our spine and, when functioning in synchronicity, allow for a steady flow of energy throughout the body. Much like the Chinese yin-yang balance of qi, the energy in our chakras must be properly balanced. It doesn’t make sense to have an overabundance of energy in one chakra and a deficiency in another. Chakras also have the ability to open and close, allowing for the outward and inward flow of energy. Our chakras tend to close when we experience negativity, sadness and anger. In order to open up chakras we use breathing techniques, meditation and intention to eliminate negativity and open up to the flow of positive energy.

The seven chakras are as follows:

  1. Muladhara or Root Chakra: Base of Spine (tailbone)
  2. Swadhisthana or Sacral Chakra: Two inches below the navel
  3. Manipuraka or Solar Plexus Chakra: Three inches above navel
  4. Anahata or Heart Chakra: Located at Heart
  5. Vishuddhi or Throat Chakra: Located at Throat
  6. Sahasrara or Third Eye: Center of Forehead/Middle of Eyebrows
  7. Brahmarandra or Crown Chakra: Top of Head

 

Reiki 

This Japanese technique was developed in the early 20th century by Mikao Usui based on the five principles of Japan’s emperor, Meiji. They are:

  1. Don’t get angry
  2. Don’t worry
  3. Be grateful
  4. Work diligently
  5. Be kind to others

 

Reiki is also based on the idea of the flowing life force known in Japanese as ki. The practice was developed to help people realize the importance of making an intentional effort to heal and be conscious of their health. This concept of self-improvement and self-discipline, that is a characteristic of Japanese culture, encourages Reiki practitioners to incorporate energy healing into their lives, but to also take an active role in healing oneself.

 

Professional Reiki healer doing reiki treatment to young woman

 

Reiki is a spiritual practice with its root word, Rei, roughly translating to “God’s wisdom” or “a higher power’s wisdom,” though it is not religious. Rather, it is based on this recurrent concept of the unseen life force that flows between us that can be channeled and used for beneficial means. Reiki uses palm-healing or hands-on-healing to transfer, balance, and realign energy from the healer to the recipient. Some universities throughout the US have even begun to incorporate reiki classes into certain curricula.

There are many commonalities that can be seen between these different methods of energy healing and it makes sense that they are all so similar. Though these time-tested traditions varied semantically, they all understood the flow of energy throughout our bodies and its importance in our health and wellbeing. Which one of these methods have you had success with and which will you implement in your life?

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