Epigenetics, Pathogens, Parasites
“Pathogens and micro-organisms are part of life. They are the original life forms and they fulfill a very complex function. All forms of cellular life on earth share genetic links. Humans are genetically linked to so-called pathogens, or microorganisms. We actually consist of bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites and other microorganisms and they form part of our system. Plants and animals are also made up of these. Béchamp (Reference Antoine Bechamp here) discovered that if he stopped fighting microorganisms and instead improved what he called the ‘milieu’, the environment of the cells, the so-called ‘pathogens’ did not disappear but actually aided in repairing the cells. By not focusing on the disease but on healing instead, Béchamp witnessed the pathogens doing the same. When he concentrated on the disease, however, and literally tried to combat it, the pathogens proved themselves to be the worst enemy. He showed that micro-organisms are the bridge between life and death, and the stage in between — disease.“~Mike Donkers, Understanding the True Meaning of Disease
Essential oils don’t REALLY kill viruses, bacteria, fungi, etc., but rather they HARMONIZE them so they morph into what is beneficial to us rather than what is harmful.
Some interesting facts shared by Francis Fuller:
- William Russell (1852-1940), in 1890, discovered that there are microbes inside and outside of cancer cells. Later it was discovered that the microbes inside cancer cells were “pleomorphic,” that is, they changed shapes and sizes depending on the pH inside the cancer cells.
- In 1930, it was proven that if the microbes inside the cancer cells are killed, the cancer cells will REVERT into normal cells. This discovery was made by Dr. Royal Rife, a microbiologist who developed the use of “harmonic frequencies” to vibrate the microbes until they “exploded” and died.
“…information flows in both directions, from DNA to proteins and from proteins to DNA, contradicting the “central dogma.” Genes can be activated and de-activated by signals from the environment. The consciousness of the cell is inside the cell’s membrane. Each and every cell in our bodies has a type of consciousness. Genes change their expression depending on what is happening outside our cells and even outside our bodies.” ~ Konstantin Eriksen
“…your genes respond to also includes your conscious thoughts, emotions, and unconscious beliefs. Cellular biologist Bruce Lipton, PhD., is one of the leading authorities on how emotions can regulate genetic expression, which are explained in-depth in his excellent books The Biology of Belief, and Spontaneous Evolution. According to Dr. Lipton, the true secret to life does not lie within your DNA, but rather within the mechanisms of your cell membrane.” ~Dr. Mercola
Dr. Caroline Leaf, who I mentioned in the previous class, has a great video on epigenetics: (see the video at the beginning of this lesson).
Dissonance – Harsh, discordant, and lack of harmony. Also a chord that sounds incomplete until it resolves itself on a harmonious chord.