I taped a little fortune cookie to my refrigerator a few weeks ago. It says All that we are arises with our thoughts. In some parts of the world, this expression has been common knowledge for quite some time.
Modern Western science, as we know it today, has been around since the 17th century. It’s based on empirical, or measurable evidence that must conform to specific principles of reasoning known as the scientific method.
Until fairly recently, Western science has dismissed about 95-99% of all human DNA. The assumption was that the 1-5% of human DNA used in the coding of the proteins and enzymes that make up our physical bodies was the “important stuff,” and that the remaining DNA was useless. It was just plain old “junk.” Thus, it became known as junk DNA.
However, since the earlier part of the 20th century, there has been a steadfast, and now increasingly mainstream scientific community interested in the mind-body connection. Einstein and some of his contemporary colleagues paved the way for with their scientific breakthroughs in the realms of physics. As Brendan D. Murphy points out in his 2015 article, Junk DNA: Your Hyperdimensional Doorway to Transformation, their research offered a foundation with a “…microbiological framework for understanding the power of suggestion, intention, and belief …” In his article, Murphy goes on to highlight some important research that has been done in the field since the 1980’s.
In the 1990’s, for example, the Russian group known as the Gariaev Group, pioneered research involving DNA and structures found within languages. This groundbreaking research found that human speech patterns mimic non-coding DNA. sequences. Further, The Gariaev Group’s connects their findings involving DNA and language to explanations about why things such as hypnosis, affirmations, and autogenous training can have very powerful effects on humans (Murphy, 2015).
Then, thanks to the Gariaev group’s pioneering research in the field, scientists have had solid ground to continue exploration of the connections between “junk” DNA and human consciousness. For example, today we now know that we can re-code certain portions of our genome by activating some of our mobile DNA, thus transforming ourselves on a fundamental biological level (Murphy, 2015).
Further, the work of scientists Gennady Shipov and Burkhard Heim in the area of Torsion Field began to appear after about 2008. The theory suggests that the “soul” is, in fact, a vortex of sorts, a torsion field, existing in the vacuum of space, from which the material world was born.
The work of Cell biologist Dr. Glen Rein began to appear around the same time as that of Shipov and Heim. His research shows emotions such as anger, fear and similar emotions have the power to contract a DNA molecule, compressing it. On the other hand, emotions such as joy, gratitude and love unwind or decompress DNA exposed to them.
There is certainly abundant, additional fascinating scientific research that has been done or that is being done in the field of DNA and consciousness. Sifting through scientific jargon can be fun and rewarding, albeit time consuming. Still, there is a handy short cut to understanding all of this, and it can pop up in profound and simple little statements found in things like fortune cookies and the like. It can go something like this: All that we are arises with our thoughts.
Brendan D. Murphy. Nov. 2, 2015. Junk DNA: Your Hyperdimensional Doorway to Transformation. Retrieved from http://www.theeventchronicle.com/category/metaphysics/