The Healing Codes – Understanding How Cellular Memories Are Stored

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Jerry Graham asked:

The True Source of Stress

If conventional wisdom tells us stress is relieved by “fixing” areas in life — relationships, finances, job – why does the stress return after the problem is repaired? It’s because problems in these areas are the symptoms, not the source, of your stress. The true source of stress is found in destructive memories, and that’s where healing must begin, if you hope to permanently eliminate the effects of stress in your life.

Here’s how the cycle starts. Memories of everything that happens to us are stored throughout each day as images within the cells of our brains. Our “emotional heart” then responds to what we’ve learned from those memories, bringing about action that may be based on faulty images.

Why Do We Store Faulty Images?

But how does that faulty programming happen? Why doesn’t the emotional heart of a person stop and question faulty memories when they’re retrieved by a specific situation? Why aren’t lies strained out automatically? The answer to that question has to do with the initial programming of those lies into our minds.

Keep in mind that there are four types of brain waves — delta, theta, alpha, and beta. Each represents a different brain state, and prior to age six, we live consistently in the delta-theta brain wave state. Why is that important? Because when we’re living in delta-theta brain wave state, our minds aren’t able to filter what we take in.

That’s a critical fact to understand if we hope to able to heal our cellular memories and relieve our stress. Here’s why-small children take in information from experiences that could be interpreted differently if they were able to filter the input.

It Must Be True!

Instead, if it’s said or done to them, it must be true. That false programming remains in the child’s cellular memories throughout adulthood unless properly addressed. If someone regularly told them they were evil because they enjoyed eating, for example, that implication of being evil while eating remains.

Imagine the state of anxiety in which that person might live as an adult, because eating triggers stress unconsciously. And all because their young minds were unable to filter out the other person’s false labeling of a normal appetite.

Is There No Hope?

To illustrate the physical result of this type of faulty programming, let’s look at the structure of our cells. The mitochondria are the power plants of the cells. If they operate properly, the cells function properly, defending themselves against disease and other stressors.

According to Dr. Bruce Lipton at Stanford, the genes for disease are present in us all. If the cells close down due to stress messages from the hypothalamus, the needed energy can’t flow in. This extreme stress at the cellular level is what allows disease genes to be unmasked.

What’s the answer? The faulty programming, the pictures of the emotional heart to which we react with stress throughout the day, must be reversed. Healing tools are also available to begin this process. Dr. Alex Loyd, founder of The Healing Codes, reports tremendous success in relieving the stress levels of his clients through removing faulty memories.

If you’re beginning to suspect that false programming within your memories is causing you to be anxious, unhealthy, and ineffective, begin today looking for ways to find peace. Using what we now understand about the connection between memory and stress can open the door to a whole new level of health and vitality.

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The Healing Codes – Unconscious Intention Trumps Conscious Intentions

Jerry Graham asked:

If you’re like many of us, at some point you’ve visited a bookstore hoping to find the answer to a problem in your life. Self-help books and recordings abound and, predictably, they define the source of our problems several different ways.

Let’s narrow down our focus to the five main causes for our problems that most self-help writers cite. Those are: physiology, behaviors, thinking patterns, emotions, and conscious beliefs. What you’ll find offered by most writers as a root cause to life’s difficulties falls into those five categories.

A second opinion

Another school of thought says that while it’s true you may be able to change yourself to some extent by addressing deficiencies in those areas, those inadequacies are actually symptoms of a much deeper problem.

What that means is that lasting change cannot be accomplished in life until you recognize the true source of your problems, rather than simply identifying the symptoms. Unless we’re able to go directly to the root of problem areas in our lives, we continue to deal with symptoms which tend to return.

Think of it as a tree with a deep taproot. If the tree becomes diseased, you can choose to cut it off at the ground (get rid of the obvious symptom), but new shoots will probably appear from what’s unseen under the ground. You can, however, dig out the taproot as well as cutting down the tree and completely remove the disease.

Lasting change – the true goal

Here’s another way to think of it: we’ve heard a great deal recently about “conscious intention” and its power to bring about change. Unfortunately, conscious intention or “willpower” doesn’t always bring about lasting change. If it did, we’d all be skinny, happy, and rich!

The reason conscious intentions alone don’t bring permanent change is that they seek to overcome symptoms, not cure the root source. When that fails to make us happy, we usually move on to any number of negative behaviors that move us further away from peace and satisfaction.

When all else fails…blame!

One of the things we tend to do when our conscious intentions don’t overcome damaging behavior is to turn the spotlight on someone else’s behavior. Blaming someone else for our life’s failures is much easier than looking for the root causes of them. Becoming judgmental, however, actually just adds another layer of pain in our relationships instead of solving our problems. Whether we blame a politician, a spouse, or even God for our pain, it’s still a negative behavior that moves us farther away from solutions.

Intentions – Conscious or Unconscious?

Doesn’t it make sense to instead find and deal with the root causes? To begin to do that, we must first identify the things that are blocking us from life and health. Those stumbling blocks are our “unconscious intentions.” If those unconscious intentions don’t match the efforts of our willpower, we’re doomed to failure!

As Dr. Alex Loyd, founder of The Healing Codes reports, scientific research has already proven that basing your future happiness on conscious intention almost never brings the results you desire. The key to lasting happiness in life is in aligning what we really want (our unconscious intentions) with what we say we want (our conscious intentions). Only then can all our energy be focused on improving our lives.

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What is True Compassion?

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What defines true compassion? A Bible verse reads, “But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed, came where he was; and when he saw him, he had compassion on him. And went to him, and bound up his wounds…and took care of him.” Luke 10:33-35.

A dictionary may define compassion as: “the deep awareness of the suffering of another coupled with the wish to relieve it.” While searching examples of true compassion from my life experiences, I suddenly realized it has nothing to do with the action. Instead it is about the person, the vessel; humans understanding the position and perspective of another. Through patience and withholding judgment, one should see beyond the present circumstances of another in order to offer hope.

I experienced a session last year with a dear friend, Jacqui Delario, who works with Theta Healing. For me, that session represents the best example of compassion used as a healing modality. There was a moment in the session where I felt compassion, a sense that someone knew and understood what I needed in order to receive healing and move forward. There was an immediate sense of calm, followed by weeks of unexpected personal results and opportunities as a result of my limiting beliefs being replaced with affirmations.

Compassion is the absence of judgment. Compassion is complete acceptance of another’s humanness. We believe being compassionate is to alleviate another’s suffering through sympathy, empathy, or helping them to understand their situation from a different perspective. But it is really about just being there for that person, without conditions.

Somewhere down the line compassion has gotten mixed up with being “wound-mates” (quip coined by Carolyn Myss). That is the reason people should always be careful when considering a support group. You want to make sure the group fits like a good bra: it lifts and separates, rather than creating a petri dish for wounds and past hurts. I don’t even like the word “support” because it sets the tone for not being able to stand on your own–ever. We always should be creating positive beliefs versus negative ones. We all have the capacity for compassion, and we need to extend our willingness to understand another without creating a need for dependency; it is kindness without conditions.
Compassion is not pity. Compassion is not assistance. Compassion is experienced. Compassion is experienced by someone through someone that is balanced and happy. Compassion means you have the ability to understand another’s pain, but not own that pain. Compassion is loving neutrality. You are with them, You are within. That moment is compassion. Compassion is without words–it is flow. When you are feeling compassionate, there is a moment where you are truly outside of yourself (or ego), and you make a sincere effort to understand the other person’s situation. Compassion is the flow of the Divine Source through you to another–again, without conditions.

Compassion is not the action or the reaction. Compassion is the moment you connect with your source in order to help another connect with his or her source.

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The Healing Codes – Learning to Live As a Spiritual Being

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If you’re wondering whether or not you possess a spiritual nature, the best place to start your research is within your own space. Each of us is made up of a physical body and a conscious mind, sometimes also called the “soul.” With a little more research, however, it’s possible to prove a third component of your makeup. That part is the spiritual heart, and there’s a very real link between mind, body, and spirit.

The spiritual heart is where our life experiences, as well as the subconscious and unconscious minds are contained. This part of us is closely tied to the soul, or our conscious mind, will and, emotions.

The Linking Component

Linked together, mind, body, and spirit, interact constantly throughout the day, so closely that they’re difficult to separate. What is the link that connects these three components of our nature? It’s the image maker, the mechanism by which we record life’s events.

It’s already been proven by science that unconscious and subconscious memories are recorded as images. We also know that the conscious mind can decide to think of something (going out to eat) and picture that event instantly (restaurant, food, atmosphere). Because both the unconscious and conscious minds are able to access the image maker, the conscious mind can produce images to which the spiritual heart responds.

The Missing Projection Screen

How does that prove we’re spiritual beings? Science has not found, in all its centuries of research, the “screen” on which images appear in the mind! Perhaps it’s because that screen exists within a spiritual realm. Only by being spiritual beings ourselves can we access this unseen “screen” on which the images of our lives are displayed.

If we are indeed, linked to the spiritual world, this has tremendous implications for how we live our lives. It means we must seek guidance in living both a spiritual and physiological life. Once we accept our spiritual nature as fact, we can’t be content to live life only in the physical realm.

The True, Self-authenticating Manuscript

Within the Bible we find references to all three natures of man – mind, body, and spirit. No other written source contains all of the basic concepts for health and happiness, concepts being proven even now by modern science. This “self-authenticating manuscript” is central to understanding our own spiritual nature, as well as the nature of God.

Once we accept that God’s Word, the Bible, has the answers to our questions, it can also begin to give us a true image of God and his relationship with us. For many of us, healing our faulty concept of God must take place before any other part of our lives can change.

Step-by-Step Process

And so we can trust that we are spiritual beings, with a connected system of mind, body, and spirit. We can learn the answers to those issues that keep us trapped within the self-authenticating manuscript, the Bible, because of our spiritual nature.

Turning to the Bible for the answers you need is the best first step in a journey toward wholeness. Seeking the healing, with God’s help, of your faulty beliefs and memories is the next step. To experience a whole new dimension of living, first acknowledge that you are fundamentally a spiritual being, and then begin to explore what’s possible when mind, body, and spirit are aligned.

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