DNA is the most recognized biological molecule and is present in all forms of life on Earth. It is what makes you you, and it contains the markers of why you have brown eyes rather than blue or why you may be susceptible to certain dis-eases. You can think of this genetic code as the instruction for building the proteins that are essential for the development, growth, and functioning of all life.
Everything about DNA is fascinating. Just think - all of the DNA in all of your cells linked together would be twice the diameter of our Solar System, yet the DNA inside each of your cells packs down into a space smaller than you can see.
Each length of DNA that codes for a specific protein is called a gene. Humans have around 20,000 - 30,000 genes. Each gene has a copy, one inherited by each parent. Our genes only account for about 3% of our DNA, with the remaining 97% widely considered to be “junk DNA”.
What is junk DNA?
In the past, “junk DNA” or non-coding DNA was written off as invaluable or useless because they don’t contain proteins. Now, Scientists are telling a different story of “junk DNA” as they perform research on what has simply not yet been understood. Research has begun to show that although these noncoding sequences don’t carry protein information, they are sometimes shaped by evolution to different ends.
In other words, they are discovering that our genes and DNA do not control our biology but that our DNA is greatly influenced by environmental signals from outside the cell (epigenetics). Noncoding DNA is now being appreciated as a genetic resource for cells and a sort of nursery where new genes can evolve.
More specifically, noncoding DNA contains sequences that act as regulatory elements, either activating or repressing the process by which the information by genes is turned into proteins. Thus, proving the tremendous influence of junk DNA on the functions of our genes, playing a role in how we look, act, and the diseases that afflict us. And slowly but surely, the term “junk DNA” has begun to die.
If this much is true and there is still so much yet to be discovered, we must wonder about the potential of noncoding DNA lying dormant within, and if we can intentionally activate them, could we live up to our full potential?
What power do we have over our DNA?
In 2011, Sara Lazar and her team at Harvard found that mindfulness meditation can actually change the structure of the brain. Neuroscience has proven that we can change our brains just by thinking differently. Dr. Joe Dispenza, a leading researcher, author, and educator on this subject, has conducted research to prove how reprogramming memorized emotions into elevated emotions can change our internal chemistry and thus, change our external realities.
In the same way, research is beginning to show the profound power we have over our DNA. Through techniques, we can override the carbon framework at the level of the nucleic acid bases in DNA, and activate this “junk DNA” to recover our Divine quantum biology. That is where Quantum DNA Activation steps in.
What is Quantum DNA activation? How do you activate dormant DNA?
DNA activation suggests the idea that there are up to 12 additional strands of DNA that can be activated. This can be done in various ways, including through the shifting of our perceptions and the energetic messages emanating from positive thought patterns. DNA Activation proponents also emphasize the importance of meditation and the connection to Spirit when activating DNA.
Certain sound frequencies have also been discovered to activate DNA while having profound effects on brain function.One scientific study tested the effects of sound vibrations on the synthesis of nucleic acids in chrysanthemums, finding the synthesis of RNA was accelerated under certain frequencies.
In another study, a music professor at Skidmore College uncovered that certain combinations of sound frequencies can destroy cancer cells. More specifically, the 528Hz frequency is considered to have an incredibly positive influence on DNA Activation, forming new bonds in the DNA chains and crystal structure, increasing light absorption.
What are the benefits of DNA activation?
Activating your DNA can feel like an expansion of energy, clearing out blockages, and skyrocketing your body’s innate wisdom and infinite potential. Those who practice Quantum DNA Activation have been able to strengthen their immune system, eliminate pain, improve sleep better, increase creativity, heal negative emotional patterns, and tap into spiritual gifts such as clairvoyance or claircognizance.
Recent research has also found that practices like quantum DNA activation that include sound and meditation increases the life of the telomeres by stimulating the production of telomerase enzyme in the body, having anti-aging benefits.
At Coral Gables Hypnosis, we work with Quantum DNA through 1:1 sessions and group retreats. Through hypnosis and activation meditations, we are able to improve the function of the brain and our DNA. The objective isn’t that you depend on someone to do this for you as you would a professional but that you learn it and integrate it as part of your self care routine. There is more to staying healthy than working out and eating right. When we incorporate the energetic and mind bodies into our health goals, the entire picture comes into focus.