The article below about the subject has received a lot of interest, more than any other on our site. We believe it’s because it pulls no punches. Yet, while it’s an important issue, it’s not all doom and gloom, there is another point of view that some find quite unorthodox, but workable.
This article has proven to be very useful to our readers and they come back regularly to keep abreast of the latest developments. While the subject remains an important subject, it’s always an added bonus when you can be enlightened, and even amused by being shown the other side of the issue. Some things are not always what they seem. Read on for more insight.
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.
Obviously, there is a lot more to know about the subject. This brief article is just a start, and the next step is to do some more research. In any case, the tips in the article set the stage for a more detailed treatment of the subject.