May 06, 2018
Researchers have found that this "memory" hints at a truism of epigenetic claims:
Our DNA can repair itself, without gene editing or other mechanistic means proposed by mad scientists of the modern world.
What is required instead, is the release of stagnant emotional energy which communicates perceived threat to your immune system's cells. The study proposes that inflammation may be influenced by the memory of the immune cells, at least in mice in a laboratory.
Coauthor of the study, Jonas Neher of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Tübingen said in a statement,
The implications of these
findings are profound, and for diseases and states of mind that are
varied beyond just Alzheimer's disease.
Microglia are a type of neuroglia cell located in the brain and spinal cord.
They act as the first and
main form of active immune defense in our central nervous system.
That state of being, triggered in the ANS, then reacts efficiently to the next stressful event, but with time, disease and disharmony develop because the body is never trained to respond differently to a stressful event, i.e. react in a way other than fight-or-flight, or to create inflammation in the body to attack a perceived pathogen or injury.
Yet, the simple answer is staring us in the face.
If we either remove the
perceived threat, release the memory of disease, or alter our
capacity to handle stress, then the immune system no longer needs to
hold the "memory" of illness and depression - both of which are
inextricably linked to a chronic inflammatory process.
The body stores
every single memory in the immune system, and is ready at a
moment's notice to trigger fight-or-flight once again until we heal
the trauma, and clear the memory from our psyche and soul.
By releasing stagnant energy trapped in the "memory" of your body, you can feel refreshed and re-energized. Your body understands this, right down to the level of your immune cells.
It's fascinating when you
put the practice of raising consciousness, and eliminating
stagnant emotions to work and then compare results to the emerging
science which supports this endeavor to live a highly actualized