Recently in Facebook land, many shared an article about the possibility that our DNA can be reprogrammed by our words. That intrigued me simply because of my own experiences in changing what I say over myself. Scientific data or not, I know there’s something to it. But, an actual change in our DNA? That requires a closer look.
As in previous articles, I don’t simply look at the one article and take it as truth. The original researcher’s name is Garyaev Petr Petrovich or in some articles is referred to as Pjotr Garjajev. He’s a Russian scientist who works with the Institute of Linguistics and Wave Genetics.
The introduction for their site says “Linguistics – Wave Genetics is a major branch of the main trunk of the biology and classical genetics. Institute of quantum Genetics takes the concept of a GENE on the quantum level and actually displays Classical genetics of experimentally-theoretical impasse.”
After reading the article passed around Facebook, I went searching for Professor Garjajev’s original research. If you’re interested in reading about this research project, it’s mentioned in the “Journal of Epigenetics” from February of 2017 (Vol 3 No. 1:4) in an article titled Application of Sound Frequencies as an Epigenetic Tool in Reversing the Limiting Symptoms of Autism by Rajalakshmi Kandaswamy. CLICK HERE to read it. Kandaswamy’s research focuses on using sound frequencies as part of the process of healing autism.
Here are some important key factors (from the article) in studies completed by both Kandaswamy and Garjajev as well as other scientists in the field of epigenetics:
- At least 93% of all communication is non-verbal.
- Dr. Albert Mehrabian conducted several non-verbal communication studies. He found that only 7% of any message is conveyed through words, 38% through certain vocal elements, and 55% through nonverbal elements (facial expressions, gestures, eye contact, posture, and tone of voice).
- Hearing is a vibrational interpretation of particular frequencies (energy waves) in the form of sound upon the ears.
- Seeing is energy waves in the form of light in the body that includes the retina, rods and cones, the optical nerve, etc..
- The Russian team discovered that human DNA stores data like a computer’s memory system. In addition to this, the human genetic code uses grammar rules and syntax in a way that closely mirrors human language.
- The structuring of DNA-alkaline pairs follows grammar’s set rules. This shows that all human languages are simply verbalizations of the human DNA.
In the article by Kandaswamy, he provides some details of Garjajev’s study. The team discovered that DNA could be changed and rearranged in living human DNA with words. The right frequency is also a key factor. The original article is quoted… “Since clear ‘communication’ with DNA requires the correct frequency, individuals with more highly developed inner processes will be more able to create a conscious channel of communication with the DNA. Individuals whose consciousness is more highly developed will have less need for any type of device (to apply radio or light frequencies). Scholars of this science believe that with consciousness, people can achieve results using only their own words and thoughts.” (http://www.clinical-epigenetics.imedpub.com/)
The article by Kandaswamy was written specifically for the purposes of working with autistic children. Later on, it’s mentioned that the “pureness” of the intent in the person working with the autistic child is a major factor in how the “signals” are received. Signals = frequency. They call this “Intent Healing,” which involves making sure the intent is pure when working with autistic children. Simply put, what’s being said needs to match the intent so it’s pure. If the two are opposing, then there’s a problem and the process won’t work.
The original article by Pjotr Garjajev is titled “Wave Genetic Code” and was published in 1997. His team reported in 1996 on laser-active chromosomes. The chromosome apparatus emits laser-like waves. Garjajev and collaborator, M. Maslov, demonstrated that the genetic code exists as a substance and at the same time as a hologram. On a screen, they received a typical wave pattern that persisted after removal of the sample, as though there were still a matter sample present. Control experiments exclude errors, confirming the accuracy of the experiment, which is repeatable at any time and is referred to as a phantom DNA effect.
You may be asking, “What does this have to do with frequencies?” All over this website, I say “it’s all about frequency.” In the case of this article, frequency is through speech. Paired with intent that matches the speech, it brings purity into the frequency. Without that purity, the process doesn’t work. This appears to be well demonstrated in the Russian team’s study. The original article is in German and I can’t find a translation. So, I rely on credible studies that quote the research.
The implications of this study are huge in understanding the importance of our words as well as our thoughts. If you read my article “Thoughts, Intents, Action!,” I comment on the importance of our words and how they frame our world. In a sense, how we frame our world affects our DNA. So, in a nutshell, if we want to change our very cellular makeup, matching our words and intents creates a “pure” frequency that positively changes our DNA. I believe the opposite is also true. Negative words with wrong intent won’t have a positive effect on our bodies. Maybe that’s why so many people struggle with illness. Add how our current society feeds on the “gloom and doom” aspects of life and we have a recipe for sickness and disease to run rampant.
To end on a more positive note, there are ways to “practice” changing our thought patterns. One way I do that is through my “Song of the Month.” I provide a daily practice platform to help subscribers learn to re-frame their personal worlds according to practices of a culture that’s been around for at least 3,000 years. Obviously, if it’s still being used, there’s something to it.
May your thoughts, intents, and words be full of joy, peace, patience, kindness, and love!
© 2019 Del Hungerford