In modern times, humanity has been indoctrinated into a worldview that conceives of the body and mind as limitations and evolutionary mistakes. Materialism asserts that the universe is a random chaotic place, with life as a grand cosmic accident. Within this viewpoint, DNA is riddled with junk codes or processes, from a distant past that has no bearing on the present.
“Life is a dream. Reality is mind.” – Frank O’Collins.
For example, the electromagnetic effect on DNA and its orientation are well documented within epigenetic studies. Hearthmath Institute has compiled many observational data points to suggest that psychological processes, what the modern medical field deems as psychosomatic processes, alter the geometry of DNA within the chromosome, making genetic codons accessible to the cell for use. In addition, the microbial ecosystem maintained by our choices of diet and excise, also play a direct role in genetic expression.
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“If we now know that we can edit the code behind Life, don’t we necessarily need to redefine or begin to understand Life as the expression of Consciousness — instead of seeing ourselves as the source of such knowledge or insight?”
“I warn you, whoever you are…
Oh, you who wish to probe the arcanes of nature, if you do not find within yourself that which you seek, neither shall you be able to find it outside.
If you ignore the excellencies of your own house, how do you intend to find other excellencies?
In you is hidden the treasure of treasures.
Oh, man, know thyself and thou shall know the Universe and the Gods!”
– Phrase inscribed in the ancient Temple of Delphi.
The allegorical message of the new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens seems to be suggesting that the key to unlocking innate psi ability, and restoring balance to the universe is morality. Perhaps the ancients were more wise then we would like to think?
Source – Collective Evolution
by Tom Bunzel