Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Dr Bruce Lipton Research ~ The Biology of Belief, Spontaneous Evolution & Epigenetics

Epigenetics is the study of biological mechanisms that will switch genes on and off.  Epigenetics study the potentially heritable changes in gene expression (active versus inactive genes) that does not involve changes to the underlying DNA sequence.

NBThis Article is written to be part of the
The Article is as such, NOT intended to be a Comprehensive Guide to the Epigenetics. . .

      The Morphogenic Field is a term we use to describe the field of energy around the body. It is an extension of the electrical energy of the nervous system. The brain is an electrical generator with its own field of energy that extends away from the physical body. Many cultures and disciplines recognize this field and give it other names. When people discuss auras, chakras, life force or chi, they are possibly talking about this same energy field.

Discoveries in Epigenetics are rewriting the rules of disease, heredity, and identity. 

    Our DNA is widely regarded as the " instruction book " for the human body. But genes
themselves need instructions for what to do, and where and when to do it.  Those instructions
are NOT found in the DNA itself but in an array of chemical markers & switches, known collectively as the epigenome, that lie along the length of the double helix. These epigenetic switches and markers in turn help switch on or off the expression of particular genes.  

      Epigenetic signals that comes from the environment alters the genetic sequences cell's DNA.

  • Cells are fundamental working units of every human being.
  • Human DNA is made up of approximately 3 billion nucleotide bases : Adenine, Cytosine, Guanine, and Thymine.

  • The sequence, or the order, of the bases is what determines our life instructions.

  • Genes are the specific sequences of bases that provide instructions on how to make important proteins – complex molecules that trigger various biological actions to carry out life functions.

  • Epigenetics Controls the Genes. Certain circumstances in life can cause genes to turn off (becoming dormant) or turn on (becoming active).

  • Epigenetics Makes Us Unique. The different combinations of genes that are turned on or off is what makes each one of us unique. Some epigenetic changes can be inherited.

  • Epigenetics Is Reversible. The possible permutations of Genes are enormous!

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This Article is Part of the Quantum Consciousness Total Transformation Program 
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