Epi Fountain of Youth
OPEN MIND MEDITATION
In coping with my divorce that had me at the brick of self-destruction, I had created a modality which I call “Open Mind Meditation” (see references) that integrated neurological and biological concepts with eastern meditation practices that had wonderful results. The bases of the Open Mind Meditation is to disconnect the synaptic firing to compulsive think in the subconscious mind to keep one present in life, or focused and out of the stories in their head particularly the negative ones in other words to be mindful.
MINDFULNESS MEDITATION AND DNA
Studies showed that the use of mindfulness meditations was shown to have beneficial impact on certain types of DNA in cancer cells, heart disease, and diabetes patients. Even though I did not have any of these diseases at the time, I found it interesting that mindfulness meditation has been linked to DNA. Remember, DNA is stored in nuclei of muscles cells, as well as the energy information that the muscle cell gathers to build out the muscles, referred to as cell muscle memory.
MINDFUL STRENGTH TRAINING
Further research lead to a modality called Mindful Strength Training which stated that “different forms of meditation, breathing, visualization, energy-work, and focused intention with strength training, anchors the whole biological system. Collectively, these practices are designed to activate “flow” and harness the power of human consciousness to amplify our energy systems.” Note the word “visualization”, once again that epi theme of changing the physiology of your body through your perceptions”, the words focused “intention” and “energy systems” which the body field and its energy information of biophotons are “energy systems” governed by intention”.
"Consistent mindfulness training can create a domino-effect that will improve your well-being at a genetic and neurobiological level." Psychology Today
Anderson Cooper CNN /60 minutes video 1:20 sec
"Mindful awareness can be defined as paying attention to present moment experiences with openness, curiosity, and a willingness to be with what is."
UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center
"Mindfulness could help us live longer, richer lives by extending each moment of the present."
- Anderson Copper CNN News
The DNA studies demonstrated that the DNA of subjects who meditated showed a range of genetic and molecular differences, including altered levels of gene-regulating reducing levels of pro-inflammatory genes, which in turn contributed to a faster physical recovery. Inflammation is one of the leading cause of most illnesses, obesity and even death.
At 222lbs, unable to walk after 20 minutes and continuously increasing my biological age while reducing my life expectancy, my body was certainly a good representation of inflammation. I knew that in order to maximize the visual energy information I need to get to DNA of my musical cells I need to be totally present with the information and disconnect to the distraction of the stories in my head.
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The Power of the Mind: The Cortex as a Critical Determinant of Muscle Strength/Weakness." - Ohio Musculoskeletal and Neurological Institute
Paul McCartney, Dr. OZ, Jerry Seinfeld
"My mouth shall speak wisdom; the meditation of my heart shall be understanding."
- Psalm 49:3 Old Testament Book of Psalms
I wish not to spend too much time on this sector because it is a major topic of its own in which we will return to on this web site and in our book at a later date, but I had awaked to that I had been mindlessly making unhealthy choices by consuming processed foods with high sugar contents, high carbohydrates, GMO’s (genetically modified organism), and a host of other artificial poisons food manufacturers called food. I knew that regardless of how much epigenetics or metaphysics I did that in order for any of my research to be effective and for me to succeed in changing the physiology of my body through my perceptions, I had to change my perceptions of eating.
I read in a study published by Harvard University Medical School, titled Mindful eating may help with weight loss, “A growing body of research suggests that a slower, more thoughtful way of eating could help with weight problems and maybe steer some people away from processed food and unhealthy choices.”
In addition, A Tapper, K., et al. 2009 study reported on mindfulness and weight loss showed that, particularly in those who applied the principles and practices of mindful eating consistently, there were greater increases in physical activity and significantly greater reductions in Body Mass Index. In 2009 the Journal of Nursing Practice, Mind-body solutions for obesity, the study reported that mindful eating is helpful for weight management and that “a growing body of literature … suggests that [mindful eating] and other mind-body strategies support and enhance a multi-modal weight loss, I was sold.
“Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in Eternal awareness or Pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity.”― Voltaire 1694 - 1778
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Scientific American video 2:06 sec