In one of the classics of new medicine, Reinventing Medicine: Beyond Mind-body to a New Era of Healing, physician Larry Dossey addresses one practical application of what he calls nonlocal or Era III medicine: "Recently modern scientists have discovered that nonlocal events, meaning events that don"t happen where they"re initiated necessarily, are not fantasy but are part of the fabric of the universe." Citing well-known physicist Nick Herbert, Dossey enumerates three primary characteristics of nonlocal events. Nonlocal events, he says, are:|
1) unmediated, meaning you do not necessarily need a transmission field for a nonlocal event to occur, that it occurs even in the absence of an identifiable field;
2) unmitigated, meaning their strength does not fall off through time or distance; and
3) immediate, sometimes even anachronistic, meaning they can happen before they happen.
On numerous occasions over the past five years performing the Regenetics Method remotely for hundreds of clients living all over the globe, my partner Leigh and I have received feedback indicating that a substantial percentage of these individuals begin to feel their sessions happening before the actual session. Time and space seem irrelevant with DNA activation, which is what one would expect working with subspace "torsion" energy scientifically shown by N. A. Kozyrev and others to be capable of moving faster than observable light.
Here, research conducted by biophysicist Peter Gariaev"s team in Russia provides a plausible explanation. The Gariaev group found that DNA can cause "disturbance patterns" in space, generating small electromagnetic "wormholes" of a subquantum nature. These microscopic DNA-activated wormholes, similar in their ability to bend light to the nonlocal energy signatures found in the vicinity of "black holes," including Galactic Center, are connections between different areas in the multiverse through which data (such as sound and light codes designed to assist human evolution) can be transmitted outside the space-time continuum. Remote healing, for example, is thus reasonably explained as an ener-genetic phenomenon.
Finally, after much research, Leigh and I formulated our ideas and performed the first DNA activation of the Regenetics Method, Potentiation Electromagnetic Repatterning, on ourselves while living in South America. Initially, to be perfectly honest, I did not experience any significant shifts. But after a few weeks, I realized I was beginning to crave foods--starches mostly, carbohydrates--I had been unable to eat for years because of severe allergies.
Leigh theorized I was craving starches again because my body--which had been severely compromised by vaccines, heavy metals, parasites, and other factors--was starting to cleanse and was asking for foods to help bind toxicity from my cells and escort it out of my system without further damaging my tissues. She suggested that I try some of the foods I had been craving such as pasta, bread, rice, and potatoes. So I began eating them, timidly at first but with increasing gusto as it became obvious they were no longer overrunning me with Candida or causing unbearable bloating.
If Potentiation had stopped there, we both knew we had been given an extraordinary gift. In going on a decade of dedicated searching, nothing else had been able to restore my ability to enjoy the full range of foods. But Potentiation did not stop there. I began getting back greater and greater levels of vitality and was able to start exercising again. Within six months, I returned to swimming a mile without stopping. I had been unable to perform anywhere close to this for years. Today, I can swim two miles at full speed, which is more than I could do in my twenties before the onset of my my mysterious illness that had affinities to chronic fatigue (CFIDS), multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), and fibromyalgia.
My body was recovering its inherent wisdom, that had been undermined, and was beginning to harmonize with the natural environment again. The experience reminded me of a story from Greek mythology about a giant named Antaeus who wrestles Hercules. Antaeus derived his great strength from his connection with Earth. Every time Hercules tried to pin him, Antaeus would simply touch the ground and grow exponentially stronger. Finally, when he was almost spent, Hercules realized the only way to defeat Antaeus was to lift him off the ground where he could no longer draw strength from Earth. This was how Hercules strangled and killed Antaeus.
A month after Potentiation, for the first time in nearly eight years, I felt as if Hercules had finally set me back on the ground. I knew intuitively, as well as experientially, that I was again drawing strength from food, water, and sunlight. Something altogether profound was happening in me. Leigh also underwent an ener-genetic transformation with many tangible results that, to our amazement, included the partial straightening of her lifelong scoliosis that not even a back brace, regular chiropractic treatments and intensive Rolfing had been able to modify.
We wanted to share Potentiation with family and friends, but were still living on another continent. One of my mentors suggested we could do this work at a distance using the elements we were already using: sound and intention, or radio and light waves. This struck me as very much in line with Dossey"s notions of Era III medicine and nonlocalized mind.
We began to explore the possibility of performing Potentiation at a distance. One technique we looked to for ideas was radionics. Radionics is a type of energy medicine that has historically been performed remotely. There is some very substantial proof of the radionic connection between practitioner and patient in something called "radionic photography." This is where film that is never actually put in a camera, but is only exposed to the thoughts (light waves) of the radionics practitioner, is then developed without applying light to the film. Radionic photography is a concrete example that thought or intention is a form or function of higher-dimensional torsion waves manifesting as light.
The matriarch of radionics, a chiropractor named Ruth Drown, created photographs of people at a distance by simply connecting with them mentally. She produced some uncanny images. In one she captured a fetus inside the womb of a patient who lived miles away. The shape of the fetus is clearly recognizable and the anatomy of the mother perfectly correct. Drown made other radionic photographs that were "taken" during surgeries happening sometimes hundreds of miles away that distinctly show surgical tools entering recognizable organs. These amazing images have been published in Dr. David Tansley"s Radionics: Interface with the Ether Fields.
Also a radionics practitioner, Tansley explains such remote energy transmission in terms of the "psi-field," described as a matrix in space filled with triangular energy vortices that allow for transmission and reception of intention or thought (torsion) energy between distant places. This takes us back to spiral standing waves of torsion energy that transcend time and space and is very much in keeping with the holographic model of reality--including the "bioholographic" notion that the human body, down to and actually owing to its very DNA, is simply waves of conscious energy moving in concert. Similarly, Gariaev"s research in the various healing applications of "wave-genetics," which are often performed remotely, strongly supports the idea that DNA constitutes a biological "network" comparable to the Internet that, being present anywhere, is simultaneously present everywhere--effectively doing away with distance.
Biologist Rupert Sheldrake"s Morphic Resonance theory posits a similar transpersonal "morphogenetic" network. Sheldrake"s concept of "formative causation" emphasizes the existence of "morphic fields" that unite entire species universally outside space-time. According to Sheldrake, these omnipresent resonance fields can actually be expressed biologically if correctly tuned into--for example, through DNA--even if a species is extinct.
Some readers may also be familiar with the somewhat more esoteric notion of "noosphere," the name given by the great Jesuit philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin to the field of mind and thought that encircles the planet and enables zeitgeist to happen: spontaneous transfer of ideas and technologies that suddenly seem to leap from consciousness to consciousness. Lynne McTaggart"s popular book The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force in the Universe provides yet another take on this nonlocal unifying fabric.
The final piece in the development of Potentiation Electromagnetic Repatterning fell into place when we were led to study the healing techniques of indigenous Hawaiian shamans known as Kahunas, who can miraculously heal people, often at a distance, using intoning. We learned that Kahunas, in order to transmit healing sounds to an ill person by proxy, use Earth"s ley lines, which they call "aka threads"--a comprehensive network of sensitive "fiber-optic" graphite veins that seem almost designed to communicate between carbon-based life forms across distances.
In essence, Kahunas transmit sound through Earth while "triangulating" on the ill person with the light of their intention. This balanced use of sound and intention almost certainly activates a self-healing potential in the individual"s DNA, much in the manner of South American shamans as described by anthropologist Jeremy Narby in The Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge, even though distance intervenes. Although Leigh and I have come to recognize that Regenetics activations "travel" via the "information superhighway" of DNA, these concepts involving psi-fields and aka threads were very informative and inspirational.
Before returning from South America to the United States, we had the opportunity to test our theories about distance DNA activation and electromagnetic repatterning with approximately thirty people living mostly in the United States. From that group we compiled our first list of fourteen testimonials that went for several pages. These testimonials included one spontaneous remission of a chronic rash; several cases of food allergies dramatically improving or disappearing; a shared sense of greater vitality; two reports of insomnia going away; and significant positive shifts in depression and fatigue.
Since then, while continuing to offer Potentiation, we have integrated three additional DNA activations--Articulation Bioenergy Enhancement, Elucidation Triune Activation, and Transcension Bioenergy Crystallization--that round out the Regenetics Method. The results have been phenomenal, often surpassing our wildest expectations. This is especially the case when we receive enthusiastic feedback from clients living in different parts of the world whom we have never even met, as we regularly do.
You can probably imagine that Regenetics could be a challenging concept for many people today, that it might initially strike the more empirically minded as absurd. But like any revolutionary truth whose time has come, we believe that in the very near future the Regenetics Method, and similarly profound modalities based on emerging scientific principles supported by indisputable evidence, will be gradually acknowledged then universally accepted.
Author Bio :
Sol Luckman is editor of DNA Monthly, author of Book One on the Regenetics Method, Conscious Healing, and cofounder of the Phoenix Center for Regenetics, offering cutting-edge educational services and materials designed to activate unity consciousness and actualize human potential. For information visit http://www.phoenixregenetics.org.
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