Thanks to Sherry at Aloha Spiritual Center
By Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf
THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. The latest Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light/auras around people (namely spiritual masters), mind’s influence on weather patterns and much more. In addition, there is evidence for a whole new type of medicine in which DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies WITHOUT cutting out and replacing single genes.
Only 10% of our DNA is being used for building proteins. It is this subset of DNA that is of interest to western researchers and is being examined and categorized. The other 90% are considered “junk DNA.” The Russian researchers, however, convinced that nature was not dumb, joined linguists and geneticists in a venture to explore those 90% of “junk DNA.” Their results, findings and conclusions are simply revolutionary! According to them, our DNA is not only responsible for the construction of our body but also serves as data storage and in communication. The Russian linguists found that the genetic code, especially in the apparently useless 90%, follows the same rules as all our human languages. To this end they compared the rules of syntax (the way in which words are put together to form phrases and sentences), semantics (the study of meaning in language forms) and the basic rules of grammar. They found that the alkalines of our DNA follow a regular grammar and do have set rules just like our languages. So human languages did not appear coincidentally but are a reflection of our inherent DNA.
The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues also explored the vibrational behavior of the DNA. [For the sake of brevity I will give only a summary here. For further exploration please refer to the appendix at the end of this article.] The bottom line was: “Living chromosomes function just like solitonic/holographic computers using the endogenous DNA laser radiation.” This means that they managed for example to modulate certain frequency patterns onto a laser ray and with it influenced the DNA frequency and thus the genetic information itself. Since the basic structure of DNA-alkaline pairs and of language (as explained earlier) are of the same structure, no DNA decoding is necessary.
One can simply use words and sentences of the human language! This, too, was experimentally proven! Living DNA substance (in living tissue, not in vitro) will always react to language-modulated laser rays and even to radio waves, if the proper frequencies are being used.
This finally and scientifically explains why affirmations, autogenous training, hypnosis and the like can have such strong effects on humans and their bodies. It is entirely normal and natural for our DNA to react to language. While western researchers cut single genes from the DNA strands and insert them elsewhere, the Russians enthusiastically worked on devices that can influence the cellular metabolism through suitable modulated radio and light frequencies and thus repair genetic defects.
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Subject: What’s the ideal length for a hug?
We wanted to dash off a quick email to you today and share some fun research on hugging. There’s actually an ideal length for a hug that makes a particular difference in your connection with someone. And the magic number is…
Yep, that’s all it takes to release oxytocin in your body. Oxytocin, as you may remember, is the bonding hormone that allows you to establish a deep connection with others.
While 20 seconds seems like a short amount of time, think about the hugs you typically give and receive. Most are about 3 seconds or less.
Further research has also shown that oxytocin can help reduce your blood pressure and your risk of heart disease. So, hugging is a wonderful health benefit, too!
The next time you go to hug your mate, family member, friend or someone else you’re close to, try embracing for at least 20 seconds and experience the positive difference this can make for both of you.
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Hi All! Please distribute far & wide! In Light, Alfred
FDA Stealth-CODEX 2012 bans vitamins, can cause disease and mega-death <http://www.examiner.com/exopolitics-in-seattle/fda-stealth-codex-2012-bans-vitamins-can-cause-disease-and-mega-death>
I just took action to protect access to new dietary supplements. I urge you to take action yourself and spread the word!
The deadline is Sept 30.
Please send as many letters to your Senators on this website as you can and tell friends!
In Light, Alfred
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On January 20th Pamm Larry had an epiphany, as she calls it. Why not have a GMO labeling law on the November 2012 ballot in California? She did her research, put a website together, and “came out” on March 20—as a single voice with a big idea. Within six months, there were about 70 state leaders – holding events, showing films, recruiting support, and creating the framework for what may become the pivotal vote to usher GMOs out of our food supply.
Amber Felts also had an idea—to hold an anti-GMO rally on the steps of the state capitol in Denver. She, like Pam, had never done any such thing. But in April this year, nearly 200 people marched on the capitol building as part of a week-long campaign of events called “Colorado Says No to GMOs.” Then on September 6th, hundreds more rallied at the Boulder Courthouse to oppose the planting of GMOs on public lands in the county.
Californian Thurston Williams started “GE-Free Lake County” one year ago. Twenty-eight people came to their founding meeting. By leafleting in front of supermarkets, sponsoring film showings, hosting a GMO speaker training workshop, and staffing a booth at the county fair, their group has grown more than 10-fold—and they’ve handed out more than 4000 pieces of literature. “People really appreciate what we’re doing,” says Thurston. “When they receive the Non-GMO Shopping Guide, they always say thank you, and many ask for more.”
Starting on October 1st at a rally in New York City (where I’ll be speaking), protesters will march past the United Nations headquarters and then on to Washington, D.C., raising awareness about the dangerous GMOs in our food and demanding that they be labeled. The 16-day journey through 5 states will culminate at an event in front of the White House on October 16th, World Food Day. That same Sunday will feature rallies and events all over the nation.
There are plenty of other events during October’s Non-GMO Month, supported by activists, retailers and manufacturers together. On October 2nd, for example, the non-GMO snack food maker Beanitos is helping fuel a rally on the steps of the Texas State Capitol in Austin. GMO-Free Washington has several events, including three that I’ll be joining.
For nationwide events throughout Non-GMO Month (October 1-31st):
For nationwide World Food Day events (October 16th):
For the Right2Know March (October 1-16th) with events on the East Coast (NYC to Washington):
And for suggestions of things you can do everyday during Non-GMO Month on your own, visit:
Organic food companies are organizing, farmers are suing Monsanto, and thousands have joined the Institute for Responsible Technology’s Non-GMO Tipping Point Network and the Organic Consumers Association’s Millions Against Monsanto campaign. Even state legislators are getting into the swing of things. About 15 states have introduced some form of GMO labeling bills—for crops, for fish, or for rbGH milk.
These are all signs of a blossoming non-GMO revolution. People all over the nation are waking up to the reality of GMOs. They’re getting angry—and then getting active. This is the time we’ve been working for, planning for, and hoping for. And now we can hardly keep up.
Choosing Non-GMO food sends the message
Although most Americans have for years wanted to avoid GMOs in their diet, the difference today is that folks are getting the message that GMOs are very unhealthy. They’ve seen the rise of numerous disorders since GMOs were introduced in 1996. They’ve seen animal studies showing organ damage, toxicity, immune system distress, reproductive problems, and more. And they’ve heard about more and more doctors prescribing non-GMO diets. The message is becoming loud and clear: “Stop eating GMOs, especially children.”
As the number of anti-GMO eaters swell, food companies will take notice. In fact they already have. This year, the third fastest-growing health claim on food packages sold in grocery stores is “Non-GMO.”
We predict that as soon as the major food companies notice even a slight dip in their market share—traced to GMO rejection, that will be the tipping point. These companies already removed GMOs from their European brands due to consumer rejection there. And everyone in the food industry watched as Wal-Mart, Starbucks, Yoplait, Dannon, and most of America’s dairies kicked out GM bovine growth hormone. They know that if anti-GMO sentiments get traction, it’s time to replace GM ingredients—fast. As little as 5% of US shoppers choosing GMOs may be sufficient to tip the scales.
Get involved and have fun changing the world
To throw your weight onto the non-GMO scales, join the Non-GMO Tipping Point Network. Working to stop GMO is fun and easy. That’s right: FUN and EASY. It can be as simple as sharing articles and videos with your Facebook or email network. Or bringing a Non-GMO Shopping Guide to your children’s school or PTA. Or loaning books and DVDs to friends. You can also get together with others in your area, hold events, show movies, enjoy non-GMO picnics and have fun.
Sign up for the Tipping Point Network, and then visit the Non-GMO Shopping Guide website to help you choose healthier non-GMO brands. And share with us what you’re doing at our Institute’s Facebook page, so we can all celebrate the Non-GMO Revolution together.
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Mayumi Ota, my artist friend, introduced me to Yumi Kikuchi–her dear friend and fellow peace activist for many years.
In the ’90′s, they both warmed Japan of the dangers of nuclear power plants–especially in the Japanese earthquake zone.
Now, Yumi is most concerned with the children who are being exposed to toxic levels they can not handle. She wants to get them out of the toxic soup, where they can breathe clean air and eat pure food. Their chances of survival will be much greater.
Yumi also wants to teach Non Violent Communication with the hope of being able to reason with the people who have the authority to change policies.
Yumi is the author of 9 books about this subject. She travels the world speaking and doing what she can to awaken everyone to the nuclear dangers. She is brilliant and well spoken. Listen to the interview here:
Harmonics Life???? http://harmonicslife.net
Global Peace Campaign (English) http://english.globalpeace.jp
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The study link below shows that the combination of dark chocolate and exercise is the best! Orenda squares are packaged in just the right amount and have aronia berry in them for added nutrition and good taste. YUMMY! www.myorenda.com/dragonfly
I’d love you to read this, perhaps again if you have already done so. Thanks to the friend who just sent me this link, I have read it a second time and, among all else, now feel the urge to send it to you even more strongly than a few days ago, so here goes…
blessings and lth,,,,,,,,,,,,G
Julie Fedelli has a group in Chicago that heard how Lisa managed to do great things in the world–ending up getting an award from Obama recently.
Hi Soul Sisters! Thank you for coming to hear me speak last night it was so great to hear about all the good you all are doing in the world! It makes my heart sing. As I said yesterday I do quite a bit of inner work so I can stay as focused as possible in my everyday and I found this great article that I wanted to share with you. I had told you about how I was told “No” many times along my journey. Many didn’t believe in my vision and the article below expresses things that I learned during my journey. I didn’t write it. The author is mentioned at the end but I certainly lived it and I know many of you have too. So I thought i would share it with you. Blessings to you all…….Lisa
1. Looking for seeds of truth in criticism encourages humility. It’s not easy to take an honest look at yourself and your weaknesses, but you can only grow if you’re willing to try.
2. Learning from criticism allows you to improve. Almost every critique gives you a tool to more effectively create the tomorrow you visualize.
3. Criticism opens you up to new perspectives and new ideas you may not have considered. Whenever someone challenges you, they help expand your thinking.
4. Your critics give you an opportunity to practice active listening. This means you resist the urge to analyze in your head, planning your rebuttal, and simply consider what the other person is saying.
5. You have the chance to practice forgiveness when you come up against harsh critics. Most of us carry around stress and frustration that we unintentionally misdirect from time to time.
6. It’s helpful to learn how to sit with the discomfort of an initial emotional reaction instead of immediately acting or retaliating. All too often we want to do something with our feelings—generally not a great idea!
7. Criticism gives you the chance to foster problem solving skills, which isn’t always easy when you’re feeling sensitive, self-critical, or annoyed with your critic.
8. Receiving criticism that hits a sensitive spot helps you explore unresolved issues.Maybe you’re sensitive about your intelligence because you’re holding onto something someone said to you years ago—something you need to release.
9. Interpreting someone else’s feedback is an opportunity for rational thinking—sometimes, despite a negative tone, criticism is incredibly useful.
10. Criticism encourages you to question your instinctive associations and feelings; praise is good, criticism is bad. If we recondition ourselves to see things in less black and white terms, there’s no stop to how far we can go!
11. Criticism presents an opportunity to choose peace over conflict. Oftentimes, when criticized our instinct is to fight, creating unnecessary drama. The people around us generally want to help us, not judge us.
12. Fielding criticism well helps you mitigate the need to be right. Nothing closes an open mind like ego—bad for your personal growth, and damaging for relationships.
13. Your critics give you an opportunity to challenge any people-pleasing tendencies.Relationships based on a constant need for approval can be draining for everyone involved. It’s liberating to let people think whatever they want—they’re going to do it anyway.
14. Criticism gives you the chance to teach people how to treat you. If someone delivers it poorly, you can take this opportunity to tell them, “I think you make some valid points, but I would receive them better if you didn’t raise your voice.”
15. Certain pieces of criticism teach you not to sweat the small stuff. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t matter that your boyfriend thinks you load the dishwasher “wrong.”
16. The more time you spend dwelling about what someone said, the less time you have to do something with it.
17. If you improve how you operate after receiving criticism, this will save time and energy in the future. When you think about from that perspective—criticism as a time saver—it’s hard not to appreciate it!
18. Fostering the ability to let go of your feelings and thoughts <http://tinybuddha.com/blog/how-to-have-more-fun-in-life-keep-your-thoughts-from-pulling-you-down/> about being critiqued can help you let go in other areas of your life. Letting go of worries, regrets, stresses, fears, and even positive feelings helps you root yourself in the present moment. Mindfulness is always the most efficient use of time.
19. Criticism reinforces the power of personal space. Taking 10 minutes to process your emotions, perhaps by writing in a journal, will ensure you respond well. And responding the well the first time prevents one critical comment from dominating your day.
20. In some cases, criticism teaches you how to interact with a person, if they’re negative or hostile, for example. Knowing this can save you a lot of time and stress in the future.
21. Learning to receive false criticism—feedback that has no constructive value—without losing your confidence is a must if you want to do big things in life. The more attention your work receives, the more criticism you’ll have to field.
22. When someone criticizes you, it shines a light on your own insecurities. If you secretly agree that you’re lazy, you should get to the root of that. Why do you believe that—and what can you do about it?
23. Learning to move forward after criticism, even if you don’t feel incredibly confident, ensures no isolated comment prevents you from seizing your dreams. Think of it as separating the wheat from the chaff; takes what’s useful, leave the rest, and keep going!
24. When someone else appraises your harshly, you have an opportunity to monitor your internal self-talk. Research indicates up to 80% of our thoughts are negative. Take this opportunity to monitor and change your thought processes so you don’t drain and sabotage yourself!
25. Receiving feedback well reminds you it’s OK to have flaws—imperfection is part of being human. If you can admit weakness and work on them without getting down on yourself, you’ll experience far more happiness, peace, enjoyment, and success.
We are all perfectly imperfect, and other people may notice that from time to time. We may even notice in it each other.
Somehow accepting that is a huge weight off my mind.
Lori Deschene from Tinybuddha.com
‘The Quickening‘ is more than a warning: it is an invitation to deal with upcoming world changes with “relative grace and ease”. This short film relates Carl Calleman’s research on the Mayan calendar, which cites an end date of October 28, 2011 rather than the more popular December 21, 2012.
“You have been telling people that this is the Eleventh Hour.
Now you must go back and tell the people that this is The Hour.”
With this possibly misattributed quote, the film begins its exploration of Calleman’s assertion that the 9th wave of the Mayan underworld – that of Unity Consciousness – ends on October 28, 2011. As the ninth wave progresses, humanity gains the ability to experience oneness more deeply. The end of the ninth wave results in the realization of all nine underworlds by every living creature on Earth. The film describes this as a sense of unity with everything that exists – we will be able to experience all life as we experience ourselves.
The tone of ‘The Quickening’ differs quite a bit from your run-of-the-mill 2012 prediction. It does not appear to function simply to spread fear and panic or indulge in conspiracy theory for its own sake. Rather, it seems to convey intelligent and compassionate advice, relating information in a calm and rational manner. The film lends strong emphasis to the changeable nature of prophecy: we are told what we need to hear most, not what will undoubtedly happen. Prophecies exist to facilitate a shift in consciousness, assisting our evolution. They offer us a choice of how to proceed and are by no means inevitable.
Centered on the importance of faith, the film offers an optimistic look at a turbulent world. It is a reminder of our strongest qualities as a species – empathy, altruism and the ability to perceive unity in all creation. While the film’s information about Comet Elenin is certainly questionable in the eyes of the scientific establishment, it still offers significant new ways of perceiving reality. It reminds us that everything that exists – even people we consider ‘evil’ – essentially serves the divine and urges us to recognize this and to focus on helping others. It prioritizes this approach as being instrumental in inducing a consciousness shift in humanity that will finally enable us to collectively achieve oneness.Uncategorized | Comment (0)