(foto: Dr. Emoto’s water blessing for Japan http://cosm.typepad.com/cosm_blog/2011/03/index.html)
Rapidly plugging my headphones I manage to sit in the crowded train. Voices on internet radio tune to 52.8 FM: “Hello cyber friends, DNA repair can also happen when DNA is exposed to frequencies of the solfeggio scale, particularly the 528 Hz MI, which is believed to promote Love and Joy.”
Knowledge of these therapeutic frequencies was handed down from pre Pythagorean time and shared by 13 century clergymen. In their rituals certain chants and monodies where used to regenerate the body-soul. It will surprise you that in the 21st century, scientist are giving close attention to these ancient tones and have come up with lab evidence supporting DNA repair.
Furthermore, certain claims suggest that if you learn to hum these frequencies with techniques such as yogic chanting, you may be able to resonate your pineal gland and pituitary. These head glands release neuropeptides into the bloodstream. These neuronal signaling molecules can deliver healing messages to the body blueprint and maybe activate or correct broken DNA strands.
Molecules in vibration have wavelike properties, as do the subtle energies of the extended mind and its epigenetic influence on the brain. Much like a positive association can change your behavior, I think that DNA can be repaired with mind action, what you think activates DNA expressions. Sort of like passing switches, the possibility of regulating DNA with our thoughts is a revolutionizing possibility.
What a relief it would be to be not victims of heredity. Dare define who you are, by changing how you express your genes, evolution becomes the new you…
I stand abruptly and pause my radio apps as a Japanese dude wearing a face mask enters the train, my hand with the cracked berry smacks the metal sheets of the subway door forcing me to exit.
Perhaps promoting love and joy is a lot easier than figuring out how to persuade the greedy energy corporations to shut down all of the nuclear plants on earth and re-design a sustainable template for us all.
Carlos C. Brown