Cellular Memory and Emotions

Our DNA is a microchip that not only carries all your biological information; it also carries your psychological information. Emotions are imprinted in our cellular memory – thoughts, traumas, accidents and illnesses they are all recorded in out DNA.

The Cellular Memory is a bio-computer that influences our relationship with everything. It affects the way we perform routine tasks, how we react to stressors and how we handle emotional challenges in our day to day lives. Stored within our Cellular Memory are all conscious and unconscious patterns of behaviours. Sometimes we experience physical issues as old cellular memories surfacing. It is their way of ‘calling’ to be cleared.

According to Candace Pert, former Chief of the Section of Brain Biochemistry of the Clinical Neuroscience Branch at the National Institute of Mental Health https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candace_Pert, “repressing emotions can only be causative of disease. Failure to find effective ways to express negative emotions causes you to ‘stew in your own juices.’”

No longer can we ignore the fact the emotional toxicity is playing a major role in our wellbeing. A state of health and happiness is our birth right. In order to regain and maintain it, it is important to be in balance, emotionally as well physically.

As a Systematic Kinesiologist, I am trained to help release stressful emotions, traumas, negative thought patterns and behaviours that are causing us to behave in ways that are holding us back from living in full brightness. Negative energy is trapped in our Cellular Memory and we must aim to remove and release it if we are to move forward and live full, healthy, energised, peaceful, happy lives.

If you believe you could be benefit of some Cellular Memory release work, please get in touch for a chat.


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