Remember how excited the scientific community was when they identified all the parts of the human genome, or the composition of our DNA? From this discovery (if I’m remembering right), we could soon be tested for genetic ‘markers’ for diseases, and they’re already researching how to fix those who have the markers. Can you imagine the cure for all diseases? I couldn’t help but think of the old Star Trek television series where the doctor used a handheld device to scan and heal injuries and other health issues.
This DNA discovery was big news, but the strange news was that only about five percent of our DNA is related to our chemical/physical/bodily conditions. I read an article in which the writer referred to the other ninety+ percent as ‘junk’ DNA. Ninety percent junk? Probably not. I later came across an article that stated the experiences of all of our lifetimes (as in reincarnation) is what is stored in that non-physical, other, mysterious ninety+ percent. Wow, I thought. That makes sense.
I recently received an email with an article from KRYON that discusses, also, the unidentified ninety+ percent of our DNA. The writer refers to it as an inter-dimensional quantum field, the place where the unique history of our spiritual evolvement, our wisdom, is recorded. (I wondered if this is the place our karmic responsibilities are stored.) This large field ‘influences’ our personal human genome. And, though we may wish to present a certain public face, exactly who we are is always with us and around us. He refers to this unidentified DNA as a portal to our Akashic Records, which, he says, is the quantum source of our nighttime dreams, which often don’t make sense to our linear minds.
Perhaps the most exciting part of this article is that we can change our cellular structure—we can be healed—by speaking with our own Higher Selves. “Dear Spirit, dear DNA,” the writer suggests, “examine the life that I have and give me those things that will enhance it.” The knowledge of working with our spiritual DNA will bring us to a compassionate place of asking, “What can I do for myself and the earth?”