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Friday, January 9, 2015
Is Human DNA Reprogrammable With Light, Sound, Frequency and Vibration?
We can make all this a little simpler. Our consciousness or more properly our light body will 'enliven' our DNA with the magic of intent. After all, our light body just happens to have information content many magnitudes greater than our physical expression. The heavy lifting is accomplished by the photon energy binding our light body together.
Deluding ourselves that the human mirror show is operated at the chemical level alone happens to be a gross blunder. It is the least of it. All this clearly implies that we will be affected by light and all forms of resonance, but not clearly how.
\We are a long way from understanding although i have opened wide doors of initial ingress to the problem. The take home today for everyone is to pat attention to your conscious intent. It is very important..
Is Human DNA Reprogrammable With Light, Sound, Frequency and Vibration?
As though to confirm the hunch many of us had that our ‘junk’ DNA was anything but disposable, researchers from the Gene and Stem Cell Therapy Program at Sydney’s Centenary Institute have
proven that 97 percent of human DNA programs or encodes proteins in our
bodies. One of the researchers involved in this study said, “this
discovery, involving what was previously referred to as “junk,” opens up
a new level of gene expression control . . .”
This also means there are multiple modalities that mainstream science
has yet to give a nod to, which just might re-train or reprogram our
DNA — even cells which have become cancerous or are mutilated by the
onslaught of toxins in our environment
and negative emotional baggage which has been proven to have an
undesirable impact on health. Many people have compared human DNA to the
Internet. It communicates immense amounts of information in
microcosmically small, but significant ways, mimicking a vast network of
information portals, not unlike the billions of websites connected to
one another all over the world. It may account for our intuition, spontaneous healing, and a number of other phenomena that mainstream science is just beginning to understand.
Chaos Theory and DNA
Chaos theory states that chaotic appearances are just a very complex
system affected by very subtle changes in an almost infinite array of
varying possibilities. When you consider that humans have 3 billion base
pairs of DNA, most of which are identical, but that there are at least 3
billion raised to the 4th power (4 raised to 3,000,000,000)
of positions possible – a number larger than the number of particles in
the Universe – you might just call DNA a highly organized but extremely
complex system – seeming chaos. Is it not possible that such a
complex system can be affected by very subtle shifts of light or sound,
even the human voice?
The DNA Spectrum: Making Music with Biology
There are numerous scientists (not to mention thousands of years of
spiritual adepts) who claim light and sound alter our DNA and directly
influence our biology. DNA is a type of language, albeit a complex one.
Computer simulations and a purely biological approach to understanding
the language, have failed however, in the same way that language fails
to describe ‘ascended states.’
Mainstream science will tell us that while DNA involves construction
rules that affect different sequences, the ‘dictionary’ of DNA does not
follow Zipf’s law,
which every other natural language follows. So, even though DNA has
structure, it is not a language. I heartily disagree. If you have ever
watched a musician who was skilled in playing his or her instrument technically, to absolute perfection, but somehow lost the emotional ‘language’ which
is necessary to convey an ovation-inspired performance, then you
understand that stringing together a perfect phrase or sequence of notes
does not account for an entirely separate and subtle language that
speaks to the human heart and mind. It is the technical perfection of
the right rhythms and notes paired with heart and passion which brings
us to our feet. Similarly, DNA can be strung together in its typical set of A-T or C-G, but it is the junk DNA which might decide whether your cells cause you to develop cancer or be gifted with the ability to see clairvoyantly.
Dr. Pjotr Garajajev and Vladimir Poponin found that DNA does follow
similar patterns and rules to human language, but this is not the most
interesting information, by a long shot. In fact, biologist, Dr. David
Deamer and Susan Alexjander, who holds an MA in music, have discovered
that DNA makes its own beautiful music before
we even try to alter it. The two measured the actual molecular
vibrations of DNA and recorded it using an infrared spectrophotometer.
They exposed each section of DNA to infrared light and measured the
wavelength it absorbed, and therefore determined its sound frequency.
What it made was ‘hauntingly beautiful’ music. “Some of the combinations
of frequencies,” Alexjander said, “. . .they are just stunning. It
sounds alive to me.”
Is this for real?
While interesting and inspiring, at least to the imagination, ideas
of singing DNA and re-structuring DNA with intentional frequency are
certainly difficult to find in practical application and are as of yet
lacking legitimate scientific validation. As with Chi, the mapped out essence of life to Chinese medicine,
the difficulty in finding verifiable proof and use for these theories
is something that has earned this line of thinking the title of new age
Science does, however confirm that sound and light can and do directly influence the body’ healing processes. Researchers at the University of Cincinatti
have had measurable success in applying high-frequency electrical
signals to vascular cells with great effect in healing chronic,
persistent wounds like diabetic ulcers. For decades the mystery of Royal
Rife and his frequency healing machines have been touted by many as the
end-all cure for a wide array of diseases, parasites, and bacterial and
fungal infections. His discoveries suggest that every living organism
has its own unique resonant frequency and that by subjecting the body to
electrical currents that target specific pathogens, diseases and
ailments can be neutralized and destroyed without pharmaceuticals or
invasive procedures. Furthermore, acupuncture, the ancient Chinese
system of medicine that works directly with the body’s energy conduits
and has offered tangible healing benefits to millions over many
centuries, has also recently been validated by scientific research.
These examples corroborate, to a degree, the ancient spiritual notion
that the human body is enlivened by a subtle energetic system that can
be manipulated by the application of sound, light and intention. For one
to understand this on experiential terms, however, it is necessary to
cultivate the sensitivity to detect and direct this energy, but for
many, this process of cultivation is simply too demanding and too
methodical to be assimilated as a habitual part of daily life. Most
people simply do not have the patience in our fast paced environment to
achieve the awareness of this, scientists included.
Shamanism Meets Science
While science is making exciting advances in understanding our quantum universe,
the timeless healing modalities of shamanism have of late been forcing
their way into the popular conversation about healing and spiritual
development. In fact, shamanism may offer us the best example of how the
use of sound and directed energy can bring about healing in the body
In a shamanic healers toolkit, the most commonly utilized and highly prized agents of healing are often Icaros, which are Sacred songs
sung by the doctor to the patient to affect health and well-being by
enchanting the subtle and unseen spiritual influences that may be
gripping the body and psyche. In addition to Icaros, shaman will also
often employ chacapas, bundled dried leaves, as well as other musical or
tuning instruments which create sounds that are influential to the
body’s energetic system.
Often coupled with the use of plant medicines,
shamanic practices can have powerfully positive effects on the sick,
and some scientists are recognizing that the alkaloid rich medicine Ayahuasca may be able to assist in curing cancer. Eduardo E. Schenberg of the Federal University of Sao Paulo, has recently publicized research indicating that the compounds DMT
and harmine, found in Ayahuasca, have “been shown to induce the death
of some cancer cells and inhibit the proliferation of human carcinoma
While reductionist science is good at isolating molecular reactions,
the truth is that any research on the subject of Ayahuasca is incomplete
without acknowledging the beneficial presence of shamanic healers who
are capable of bringing out the highest energetic potential of the
effects of any chemical compounds within Ayahuasca, or any other plant
medicine. Administering the compounds without the context of genuine
shamanism is hollow, and lacks the full picture of the healing potential
of shamanic medicines. The primary means in which shaman communicate
with a patient is through their Icaros and other instruments of sound
and vibration, which demonstrates their understanding that a significant
part of the science of healing is working with vibration and frequency.
While certainly an interesting idea to muse, hard evidence that
frequency and vibration can directly effect DNA and the body’s healing
processes is still forthcoming, however, there is an ample body of
experiential human evidence to inspire and warrant further examination
of this topic.
This is not an easy theory to prove, or disprove, and the answers are
unlikely to satisfy everyone. The best that we can see is that truth is
relative to personal experience in some ways, and when an individual
has spiritual, or cosmic experiences that do not fall within the
explainable territory of rigid science, they unfortunately are left high
and dry by a world paradigm that is stringently adamant on disproving
Certainly, this is a complicated and sometimes heated topic, as we do
live in a world still dominated by material science that attempts to
reduce mysticism and spirituality to anomalies in brain chemistry and
personality. Yet, at the same time, the human race is coming up against
serious plateaus in its understanding of how to interact with the
natural world, including our bodies, which means we must be willing to
tangentially explore the validity of the information received through
These questions are here to stay until answered, so aren’t they worthy of a second look, with an open mind to all possibility?
Dylan Charles is
a student and teacher of Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qi Gong, a
practitioner of Yoga and Taoist esoteric arts, and an activist and
idealist passionately engaged in the struggle for a more sustainable and
just world for future generations. He is the editor of WakingTimes.com, the proprietor of OffgridOutpost.com,
a grateful father and a man who seeks to enlighten others with the
power of inspiring information and action. His remarkable journey of
self-transformation is a testament to the power of the will and the
persistence of the human spirit. He may be contacted at email@example.com.