Tuesday, November 24, 2009

DNA the Key to Life

In 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick announced their discovery of the genetic code to the world. Interestingly, Wayne Chandler, author of The African Presence in Early Asia, notes that their discovery, consisting of 64 binary triplet figures called DNA codons, corresponds directly to the 64 binary triplet hexagrams of the I Ching. While modern day science is just learning about the key to life, research is showing that ancient wisdom has answered questions we’re still asking today. Questions like who are we, and what is our purpose in life?

In his book, Eat Right for Your Type, Dr. Peter D’Adamo writes about the different foods that each blood type should or should not eat. According to D’Adamo, a single drop of blood contains the entire genetic code of a human being. This DNA blueprint contains eons of genetic memory passed on from our ancestors that effects each of us today. There are many who believe that DNA research can also be used to address health, wealth and relationships. In her book, The DNA of Healing, Margaret Ruby writes about ways to reprogram your DNA with positive patterns.

It was only eight years ago, in 2000, when J. Craig Ventor and Francis Collins announced the sequencing of the entire human genome. Their project, known as the Human Genome Project, created data files of 20,000 to 25,000 genes in human DNA, and the 3 billion chemical base pairs that make up human DNA. In 2003, scientists finished mapping the sequence of human DNA. This has allowed for advances in health research, and also police and legal work. Ruby also suggested that there is now research proving that our DNA is not a fixed code, and that our genes can be affected - and even altered - by our emotions and experiences.

The belief that the memory locked in DNA passed on by our ancestors not only determines the color of our eyes and hair, but actually influences our behavior patterns is not new. In Asia, Africa and South America, ancestor healing has been going on for thousands of years. I had to do a great deal of ancestor training when I was training in the ancient Taoist Ki Energy System I now call Ki-Do, or the Way of Ki (www.kienergycenter.com). Ancestor training, like many other ancient ways, such as energy healing, is now becoming recognized in the scientific community. Better late then never.

Margaret Ruby’s book gives a number of interesting ways to neutralize the negative unconscious programming that we all inherit from genes passed on from generation to generation. This negative programming can affect our ability to make money, to have strong loving relationships, and our health. I always say that there is nothing new under the Sun. The more we learn, the more we understand that what we learn is not new. If you find this subject interesting, send me an email at info@kienergycenter.com, or call my office at 646 329-6727. You might also want to visit my blog at www.theartofwarogers.com.

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