Epigenetics means “control above genetics”. It is the study of how environmental influences, including nutrition, stress and emotions can modify our genes without changing their basic blueprint. And, this change can be passed down through generations. Studies have shown that electromagnetics can be one of these environmental factors as they are 100 times more efficient in relaying information than physical signals such as hormones, neurotransmitters, etc.
Receptor “antennas” on our cells can read vibrational energy fields such as light, sound and radio frequencies and thus can change the biology of our cells which harbor positive and negative electromagnetic charges of amino acids (protein). These can be altered by the epigenetic factors including electromagnetic fields such as those emanating from cell phones and Wi-Fi. These environmental signals and regulatory proteins are the ones that directs the activity of our genes.
Therefore, when you say you are genetically disposed to a disease that doesn’t mean you will get it. Epigenetics can alter your genetic disposition. Thoughts are vibration and can alter the biology of cells. Negative thoughts are as strong as the negative influence of EMFs from our technological toys. It has been proven in laboratories that belief creates vibrations that alter outcome.
A doctor friend once had a patient who had two personalities. In one he believed he was diabetic and in the second didn’t give it any credence. So, when he changed personalities and they tested him, he had no sign of diabetes! Beware of the vibrations that are altering your cellular function. Even food contains vibrations and microwaving it destroys the energy which the cells can not now use. Negative vibrations from toxins, pesticides, TV news stories, fear, anger, etc. can all effect the outcome of our cellular functioning.
If you want to stay healthy you MUST believe that the biology of vibrations that is the core of epigenetics, can determine your future.
-information extracted in part from The Biology of Belief, Bruce H. Lipton, PhD. (stem cell biologist)