Spontaneous Remission From Diseases Is Possible
A new field of science called epigenetics has changed the way we think about our genes. The prefix “epi” literally means “above”, as in above the genes, in the same way that epidermis means the layer above the skin.
Ever since Darwin released his scientific literature titled “On the Origin of Species” 150 years ago, science and medicine have been grounded in the belief that we are “programmed” by our DNA and that our genes cannot be changed.
But new discoveries have found a major flaw in what was once considered dogmatic principle. Dr. Bruce Lipton, a world-renowned leader in cellular biology and quantum physics research, proved that our environment — not our DNA — shapes the development of our cells.
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Histone modification::: Chromatin is a substance within a chromosome consisting of DNA and protein. The DNA carries the cell’s genetic instructions. The major proteins in chromatin are histones, which help package the DNA in a compact form that fits in the cell nucleus. Changes in chromatin structure are associated with DNA replication and gene expression.
The major proteins in chromatin are proteins called histones. They act as packaging elements for the DNA. The reason that chromatin is important is that it’s a pretty good packing trick to get all the DNA inside a cell. If one took the DNA inside of one cell and stretched it out end to end, it would be about a yard long. Each cell is about a hundredth of a millimetre across, so it’s pretty good packing job for the yard of DNA within something that is a hundredth of a millimetre in diameter. And the chromatin does that by wrapping and re-wrapping the DNA in a very tight coil. And that arrangement is called chromatin.
histones support critical cellular processes such as transcription, DNA replication, and DNA repair through diverse post-translational modifications that regulate their interactions with DNA and other nuclear proteins. Consequently, anomalous changes in histone epigenetics can lead down the road to assorted pathological conditions,
ncRNAs function to regulate gene expression at the transcriptional and post-transcriptional level. Those ncRNAs that appear to be involved in epigenetic processes can be divided into two main groups; the short ncRNAs (<30 nts) and the long ncRNAs (>200 nts). The three major classes of short non-coding RNAs are microRNAs (miRNAs), short interfering RNAs (siRNAs), and piwi-interacting RNAs (piRNAs). Both major groups are shown to play a role in heterochromatin formation, histone modification, DNA methylation targeting, and gene silencing.
The central nervous system can respond to threat via the induction of an inflammatory response. Under normal circumstances this response is tightly controlled, however uncontrolled neuroinflammation is a hallmark of many neurological disorders.
MicroRNAs are small non-coding RNA molecules that are important for regulating many cellular processes. The ability of microRNAs to modulate inflammatory signaling is an area of ongoing research, which has gained much attention in recent years. MicroRNAs may either promote or restrict inflammatory signaling, and either exacerbate or ameliorate the pathological consequences of excessive neuroinflammation.
the pathological consequences of miRNA deregulation during disorders that feature neuroinflammation are discussed, including Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Prion diseases, Japanese encephalitis, Herpes encephalitis, ischemic stroke and traumatic brain injury.
Environment Shapes The Development of Our Cells
Dr. Lipton discovered that we have “epigenes” that attach to our cells and have control over and above the regular genes (DNA) inside our cells. These epigenes change how our genes are expressed, which then changes our cells.
Dr. Lipton’s experiments revealed that DNA responds to signals from outside the cells. Electromagnetic signals that are produced by our senses, thoughts, beliefs, and emotions as we experience the world send “messages” that reach the cells. As we constantly adjust to our environment in our mind, so do our cells.
These discoveries are being hailed worldwide as a major breakthrough that proves that our bodies can be changed as we retrain our thinking. These findings fundamentally alter our understanding of life. Since we can change our cells by changing our minds, we absolutely can change our biology… and our lives.
Though our DNA is still considered the “blueprint” that we start with, it can be altered throughout our lives by epigenetics. Think of your genes as the hardware and your epigenes as the software that tells the genes what to do.
Being able to change our genes offers a life-changing opportunity to the human race when applying epigenetics to the treatment of disease. No longer do we have to be a “victim” of inheriting or developing abnormal genes because now, we can change them to eradicate disease and pass on normal genes to the next generation.
In one of Dr. Lipton’s most important experiments, he proved that when he took a “sick” cancer cell from a “sick” body, and transferred it to a healthy environment, the cell recovered quickly and behaved normally.
While working at Stanford University’s School of Medicine between 1987 and 1992, he found that changing the environment of cells made certain genes “turn on or off”.
This then altered the cell’s composition, its health, and the traits determined by that cell. These new constructions spread as the cell divided.
From his most recent work with cancer, Dr. Lipton has confirmed that, “Genes are not controlling the life of your cells, your mind is. The mind and the beliefs that it holds — not defective genes — create a ripple effect that ‘turns on or off’ cancer cells.”
Randy Jirtle, a geneticist in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Duke University, further explains that, “as our genes change, cells can become abnormal, triggering diseases like cancer. It’s scary to think that a few changed genes can kill you.”
“But it’s also good news because we’ve traditionally viewed cancer as a disease solely stemming from broken genes. It’s a lot harder to fix damaged genes than to rearrange your epigenetics.”
Rewriting Your DNA Through Epigenetics using Hypnotherapy
Through epigenetics, you can “rewrite” your genetic expression through your mind. You could have normal genes, for instance, and then express genes like cancer and other diseases. Or if you had mutated (diseased) genes, you can rewrite their expression to normal.
Disease treatment through epigenetics changes the structure of the cancer cell by rewriting the genes to act like normal human cells. In ongoing epigenetic trials, half the patients are in complete remission.
However, epigenetics works both ways: your thoughts influence genetic expressions that can cure disease or cause disease — depending on whether you have positive or negative thoughts. Both positive and negative thoughts are equally powerful.
We see this in the “placebo effect”. A patient suffering from a disease is given a sugar pill, but they believe the “medicine” will be effective, and therefore, they heal. Likewise, there is the “placebo effect” which suggests that negative thoughts can not only make you sick, but can even kill you.
What’s even more interesting, or disturbing for others, is that the thoughts and beliefs of other people, philosophies, cultures, and religions influence your perceptions, which then become part of your thoughts. Therefore, who and what you surround yourself with can have a direct effect on your health!
Dr. Lipton says that, “you are innately able to heal yourself unless your perception says you can’t. Since perception controls biology, whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.”
The shortcut to altering perception and direct body talk techniques is through hypnotherapy. This incredible therapy is progressive which means it works from the present moment and into the future.
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