I never felt fully qualified to explore this subject in writing, until now.
This link is a quick tutorial on what DNA is, in relation to chromosomes and genes -
"During cell division chromatin organizes itself into chromosomes. Each chromosome contains a DNA molecule, and each DNA molecule is made up of many genes-individual segments of DNA that contain the instructions needed to direct the synthesis of a protein with a specific function."
Accepted science only knows the function of two percent of our DNA. So they label and dismiss the ninety eight percent they cannot understand as 'junk'. Personally I believe that this is because science is reticent to study and explore consciousness. Accepted science is convinced that conscious awareness is solely a function of the brain. However, there is growing evidence that this may not be not the case at all. That possibly the undetermined functions of some of the so called 'junk DNA' may be as responders to universal conscious awareness and even light.
This site offers amazing studies that seem to find that DNA in and of itself is conscious - "It turns out that the “junk” was laden with the intimations of intelligence, purpose and meaning (a perspective forbidden by fundamentalist Darwinism). This ground-breaking research followed Jeff Delrow’s discovery in 1990 that the four nucleotides (A, T, G and C) of DNA inherently form fractal structures closely related to human speech patterns."
This so called junk DNA is closely related to speech patterns?
Could language to oneself and others affect or be recognized by our DNA?
Could this capacity of DNA to possibly recognize language go deeper and sense the 'feeling' behind our communication and adjust or modify its instructions to the cell structure according to our language and underlying feeling?
The possibilities are almost infinite...no, literally infinite.
Raising the conscious vibration of ourselves and the collective of humanity would, could activate DNA sequences that may make possible the capacity to -
- Neuter any toxin
- Strengthen our immune systems to reject any microbial 'invaders'
- Correct any and possibly all congenital disease
- Cure cancer
- Heal our physical hearts
- Maybe even cure addictions and mental dis-eases
To turn Darwin's prevalent idea inside out; suppose the last six to ten thousand years of 'known' human history have not been human evolution, but human devolution. That there may have been an event or a systematic government/religious/cultural control model for turning off the mass of humanity's consciousness sensing DNA strands?
I would submit that the devolution age is over and humanity is starting to re-member our inherent sacred connections to each other, this planet and the Universe. That down to the structure of our cells we will enliven our comatose, dormant DNA and call forward from the abyss of forgetfulness the divinity we knew as ourselves, for ourselves. We will throw off the notion that we are simply biological/mechanical beings come to serve a predatory system in order to 'make our living'. We'll remember that our sacred connection to the 'creator' is in our hearts. That others are simply mirrors of ourselves. Everyone doesn't have to re-member this, but a critical mass of humanity can trigger the mass remembering.
So let us who are somewhat conscious, have attained some level of raised consciousness be steadfast in our practices. Let us ponder the ubiquity of everything. Let us remember that what we do singularly, personally, individually resonates throughout the ocean of human beingness and at some point it settles into our DNA and something new awakens...Us.
Maintaining a practice of silent stillness will help cultivate a connection to the Universe, an omnipresence that elevates the being and opens the heart-space. Opening the heart space engenders a bliss, even your cells tingle with universal resonance. This link is good for beginners and this link offers a deeper understanding of the practice.
"We can change our consciousness and, in turn, alter genetic expression (more or less permanently). No longer can a human be conceived of as a powerless little Darwinian “meat computer” at the mercy of the random forces of “natural selection”. Thank goodness for the “junk” that Nature didn’t throw away!" ~ Brendan D. Murphy
With Love From the Fiber of My Being,