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You Really Can Change Your DNA - Here's How. Carolanne Wright, GuestWaking Times If you believe that you are at the mercy of your genetic code, great news, you’re not. According to the science of epigenetics (the study of how environmental factors outside of DNA influence changes in gene expression), stem cells and even DNA can be altered through magnetic fields, heart coherence, positive mental states and intention. Top scientists around the world agree: genetic determinism is a flawed theory.

Curbing the genetic victim mentality The DNA we are born with is not the sole determinant for our health and well-being. Stem cell biologist Bruce Lipton, Ph.D., discusses the important difference between genetic determinism and epigenetics in an interview with Super Consciousness magazine: Lipton’s theory is confirmed by Carlo Ventura, M.D., Ph.D., professor and researcher at the University of Bologna in Italy. “It’s like a time machine. Changing DNA through intention Healthy cell expression and a quantum nutrient diet Sources: About the Author. The Ninja explained by Antony Cummins.

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Yoga. The Chi Center ~ Beginning Qigong Practice. 8 Simple Movements of Qigong for Beginners by Jake Mace. The ‘Field of Elixir’ Is More Important to Spirituality Than the Pineal Gland : Waking Times. The Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation. James Borges, BorderlandsWaking Times The Five Rites are a form of simple stretches that among many things stimulate the glands of the body to increase in vitality and stamina. The Rites are not rigorous exercises.

The Five Rites are simple postures that activate the body’s nervous system on the etheric level to restore optimal health. The glands are key components in the nervous system. George Crile shows in “The Phenomena of Life” (TPOL) how the glands govern the bodies electrical systems “It is at once clear that there is within the organism an energy-controlling system which is activated by the special senses primarily. Theoretically, this system would consist of the special senses, the brain, the adrenal-sympathetic system and the thyroid gland.” Ruth Drown suggests that the glands are conductors of ether or vital force. The Five Rites as given by Peter Kelder do not refer to ether, glands, or chakras but simply to Vortexes. Vortex “A” is the pineal gland. Rite #1 Rite #2 Rite #3. Awakening the Higher Mind of Cellular Consciousness. Peter Borys, Jr, GuestWaking Times As we continue to receive and resonate with the higher dimensional galactic and solar energy that is communicating with the Earth and humanity, we are awakening to Divine awareness.

This awareness of infinite consciousness is who we are as a Divine human consciousness in incarnate expression. Our journey is to awaken and remember our multidimensional and infinite humanity. As this occurs, we no longer resonate with the false 3D fear-based matrix of conflict, control, and separation. The thinking mind removes humanity from the body, nature, and the Divine by censoring all experience based on the past and future. Supramental Approaches to Cellular Consciousness The way to awakening, remembering, and being our wholeness is to unite the Divine consciousness and the body. We are awakening to the fact that the conditioning of the thinking mind has enabled a false dichotomy between an external materialism and a mind spiritualism.

Baird T. About the Author. The Vagus Nerve and the Healing Promise of The Sudarshan Kriya. Frank Huguenard, Staff WriterWaking Times At the center of our bodies resides a long, sinewy nerve that extends all the way from our medullas down through our chests to beyond our stomachs. This nerve, known as the Vagus Nerve, happens to be at a most fascinating intersection, not only between our two physical nervous systems (our central and autonomic nervous systems) but also between our conscious minds and subconscious minds.

As such, it also acts as a bridge between our gross bodies and our subtle bodies. And it’s a nerve probably 99% of the population have never heard of nor even have a clue where it’s located. Research indicates that a healthy vagus nerve is vital in experiencing empathy and fostering social bonding, and it is crucial to our ability to observe, perceive, and make complex decisions. Automated Habit Formation Our consciousness’s natural tendency is to compartmentalize tedious tasks so that the brain can focus on higher priority activities. Dr. Effect on Depression. Ten Tips From A Shaolin Monk On How To Stay Young Forever. Shifu Yan LeiWaking Times People always say health is the most important thing but how many people live by this belief?

We need to start today. In order to help us stay on the path to health I have translated an extract from one of the Shaolin Classics. Written by a monk who was a great martial artist and scholar, here he gives advice to lay people as to how to stay young and healthy.Ten Tips From A Shaolin Monk On How To Stay Young 1) Don’t think too much. Thinking takes energy. 2) Don’t talk too much. 3) When you work, work for 40 minutes then stop for 10 minutes. 4) When you are happy, you need to control your happiness, if you lose control then you damage your lung energy. 5) Don’t worry too much or get angry because this damages your liver and your intestines. 6) When you eat food don’t eat too much, always make sure you are not quite full as this can damage your spleen. 7) When you do things, take your time, don’t hurry too much. 10) Shaolin Gong Fu gives you everything.

Sufi whirling - Sufi path is a way of love. How One Simple Breathing Technique Can Prolong Your Life: Nadi Shodhana. Christina Sarich, ContributorWaking Times In a recent six-year study conducted on over 2800 men from Copenhagen, Denmark, scientists discovered that the resting heart rate has a whole lot to do with the length of our lives. Ancient yogis knew this too, when they pointed to elephants and other large mammals with slow breathing rates and slow-beating hearts that lived to be over 100. Conversely, animals like dogs and squirrels live short lives because their hearts beat faster and their resting heart rates are often higher. Our resting heart rate is an indication of many important vital functions in the body, including our ability to regulate important endocrine secretions to balance hormones, and also to ensure the health of the autonomic nervous system. Our Nervous System is Like Grand Central Station The autonomic nervous system is what controls every involuntary activity of the body – our breathing, our heartbeat, digestion, respiration, cellular functioning and more.

About the Author. Gabrielle Roth - The Calling. Inner Wave Dance by Gabrielle Roth. Zhixing Wang | Qi-Gong South West. Shaking Medicine with Bradford Keeney. Kuan Yin Standing Qigong Part 1 - Sheng Zhen. Kuan Yin Chi Kung Warm up. Culture and arts- Astad Deboo. Dancing to a different drummer: Astad Deboo. To see the man who introduced contemporary dance in India perform live is quite a feat in itself!

Nothing like what would make up your idea of a dance, Astad Deboo presents a genre that gives an entirely new dimension to dance as an art form. It is like an abstract painting, vague in comprehension but open to individualistic interpretation. You may view it as a whole new discovery of the body with the marvelously elastic postures or an unconventional blend of Indian classical (Kathak and Kathakali) and modern dance forms. At a time when words like ‘fusion’ and ‘contemporary’ were alien in India, Astad brought in an experimental wave, which broke the barriers of traditional dance concepts.

And it is this daring nature of his work that has kept him away from the mainstream appreciation. From the day he left the country to become a somebody till today, when he is one, Astad in a way, remains the struggler back home.