Mind/Body Health

What Is Cellular Memory?

“The Cellular Memory is the complete blueprint for your existence. It is the energetic expression of you as a holistic being. The labels “mind”, “body” and “spirit” are artificial labels that exist to make it easier for you to comprehend your multidimensional existence on earth. Each point within your cellular memory contains all the information of the whole. This information is infinitely accessible to each and every cell of your body. If you magnify your cells down to your atoms, you would see that you are made up of subtle bundles of “info-energy.” This info-energy is comprised of physical, mental and emotional data that comes from all of your life experiences, genetic heritage, and past generations. Nothing we experience escapes being imprinted into our Cellular Hologram in the form of a cell memory. What we commonly refer to as “The Cellular Memory” is the collective energy field generated by these individual cell memories. It operates behind the scenes of our subconscious mind.”

exerpt from http://www.cellularmemory.org/about/about_cellularmemory.html

“The Cellular Memory pre-disposes or, “programs” you to perceive and behave a certain way as thoughts and feelings are made manifest within your consciousness. To use the analogy of a computer, the holistic beingness is the hard disk, or storage disk. The Cellular Memory is the database on the storage disk. The files within the database are the cell memories. It can be stated that everything that has ever happened to us is recorded in the cells of our body similarly to files being stored within a computer. In this way, the Cellular Memory is a bio-computer that influences our relationships to everything and anything that is happening. It affects the way we perform routine tasks and how we react to stress and handle emotional challenges in our present circumstances. Stored within the Cellular Memory are all the conscious and unconscious patterns of behaviors. The unproductive patterns impair our ability to feel well, happy, healthy, attain our goals and fulfill our destiny.”

exerpt from http://www.cellularmemory.org/about/about_cellularmemory.html

Many of your attitudes, perceptions, and emotional responses are deeply ingrained in your cellular patterning. Your nerve cells store and retain accumulated memories of past and present emotionally charged events. (Childre, Doc and Howard Martin. The Heart Math Solution. CA: Harper SF, 1999, pp 201-202)
Studies at McGill U by Dr. Moshe Szyf: Epigenetics may revolutionize medicine and it also could change the way you think about daily decisions (e.g., whether or not to order fries with a meal, or to go for a walk, or to stay in front of the television). You aren’t eating and exercising for yourself, but for your lineage. (McIlroy, Anne. Code 2. Saturday’s Globe and Mail, March 11, 2006. Article.)
All memory is encoded at the cellular level. (McClaskey, Thomas R. D.C., C.H.T., B.C.E.T.S Decoding Traumatic Memory Patterns at the Cellular Level. 1998. Article.)
Studies at the University of Alabama in Birmingham: long-term memories may be stored and preserved by the addition of chemical caps called methyl groups onto our DNA, a process called DNA methylation. The cellular memory is passed on even when the cells are replaced.It appears that short-term memories form in the hippocampus and slowly turn into long-term memories in the cortex. (Powell, Devin. Memories may be Stored on your DNA. New Scientist, 2008. Article.)
Refer to Emotions and Feelings for additional information. Studies of white blood cells separated from the rest of the body: there is a reaction in the separated cells (when the donor experiences specific emotions such as anger or fear) even if miles apart. (Sylvia, Claire,with William Novak. A Change of Heart.NY: Little, Brown and Company, 199, pp 224-226)
Emotions are stored in the body so they must be addressed in the body (e.g., massage). (Pert, Candace, PhD. YourBody is Your Subconscious Mind (audio cassettes). CO: Sounds True, 2000)
Strong emotions that are not processed thoroughly are stored at the cellular level. At night stored information is released into consciousness as a dream. Re-experiencing the emotions through dreaming can be healing (e.g., integrate the information for growth, take actions to forgive and let go). (Pert, Candace, PhD.Molecules of Emotion. NY: Scribner, 1997, p 290)

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