What is Cellular Memory
What is Cellular Memory?
Every cell in your body holds hundreds of pages of information which characterises who you are. Your cells remember and hold all the information from your past lives right up until your present life and are constantly updating this information. This cellular memory retains information on all levels of your being, physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.
Cellular Memory Videos
Transplanting Memories - Cellular Memory Part 1
Transplanting Memories - Cellular Memory Part 2
Transplanting Memories - Cellular Memory Part 3
Transplanting Memories - Cellular Memory Part 4
Your cells contain DNA which is the blueprint for the complete design of your body. DNA that you inherited from your family and all your memories from this life and past lives.
Every cell in your body has the ability to remember. When you go through a traumatic experience your body suppresses the overwhelming situation by storing the memory in your cells. Then often hours later you release this from the cells by crying, shaking or trembling. However, sometimes these memories are never released as they are just too traumatic and then can often manifest in sickness or depression.
When you hold onto these negative memories or emotions you can continually trigger off your condition. Sometimes many of these memories seem trivial to us now but at the time felt overwhelming and so your body has suppressed them. You can carry these memories with you for your entire lifetime.
Each time you experience the same negative emotions your cellular memory is activated and you experience the same anxiety response as when you first lived through the experience. For example you may be holding onto negative memories that go right back to when you were a child. Perhaps you nearly drowned and you have forgotten about this but cannot understand why you suffer such anxiety near water.
Lower back problems are usually memories to do with not feeling supported in our lives either emotionally or financially. Cancer is usually the negative emotions we are holding to do with resentment and anger. Multiple Sclerosis is usually to do with not receiving love at sometime in our lives. Our neck and shoulders are usually affected by memories to do with our relationships. Even our eyesight is affected by our memories and so the list goes on.
If you did not receive love as a child and are holding these memories you may be finding it very hard to give and receive love as an adult. You may be wondering why you keep attracting the same negative relationships into your life time and time again. These negative emotions can cause low self esteem and you may unconsciously feel you do not deserve a loving relationship. When these memories are cleared you should be able to attract a loving and satisfying relationship into your life.
How does NSR clear Cellular Memory?
"The NSR system can access this information and change your cellular memory from negative to positive."
NSR is able to access the information in your cells and not only will you learn what this information is but the unwanted negative data will be removed. We cannot leave a vacuum in your cells so once this negative data is removed it will be replaced with positive empowering emotions and actions. It is not necessary to relive these painful memories but only to have them removed and replaced with positive ways of being.
You are an holistic being and so we cannot separate the mind, body and spirit for your healing to be complete. "NSR heals on all levels that is why it is a such an effective, profound and accelerated healing".
What happens when cellular memory is released?
You should feel a physical release and a sense of peace and lightness as the cellular memory is cleared. To release these negative emotions from your cells the memory needs to be cleared down to the 'root' cause. If the cellular memory is not changed, your body will reproduce itself in the same form and shape and disease will not be eradicated. When your cellular memory is released it can both heal and awaken dormant abilities and knowledge. It can be the source behind most of your problems not just your health.
Sometimes you think you know why your body has manifested an affliction only to find out during an NSR session that your cells remember something completely different. Something that happened to you when you were very young or even what may have happened in a past life.
Do organ recipients have the cellular memory of the donor?
Dr. Paul Pearsall states that according to his study of patients who have received transplanted organs, particularly hearts, it is not uncommon for new memories, behaviour, preferences that are uncharacteristic to surface and habits associated with the donor to be transferred to the recipient.
The most interesting case for cellular memory is the numerous reports of organ recipients who later experienced changes in personality traits, taste for food, music, activities and even sexual preferences. These memories reside deep within our cells. Our memories are not only stored in our brain but in our internal organs as well.
Dr. Mehmet Oz, Heart Surgeon at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Centre has invited well known energy healer Julie Motz into the operating room during transplant surgery. He hoped she would be able to help the patient's fear and anxiety. However, he found that there was a reduction in patient's rejection of the new organ and increased survival rates. She helps the recipient to accept the new organ and also works with the donated tissue as well.
*I do not claim to be a expert on the subject of cellular memory but have tried to provide information that my web visitors may find useful.