The human body consists of billions of cells that are being renewed constantly. Each cell has a memory and responds in real ways to memories not only from our present life but also past lives, even though our conscious minds may be unaware of them. We can access such memories through past life regression therapy that are deeply rooted in the subconscious and heal from various phobias & illnesses that we may not fully understand.
How does cellular memory work?
It is a scientifically proven fact that our cells comprise of DNA which is considered as the blueprint for the overall design of our body. DNA also holds the master design of our spiritual, mental and emotional states. Hence, your cells contain all the information about who you are until this present day and that includes your past life as well. This is why it is known as cellular memory. As we mature, evolve and grow in various ways in our lives, the cells in our body update the data continuously. They even contain all information from the combined life experiences of our ancestors obtained from our genetic heritage. Everything that has been experienced ever is programmed into our cells.
First discovered by Dr. Wilder Penfield, cellular memory has its fair share of skeptics. However, there have been several documented cases that provide evidence how cellular memory affects humans. According to a 2009 report by the Harvard Medical School, cellular memory is defined as “a sustained cellular response to a transient stimulus.” It means cells react in a specific way when they are exposed to certain stimulus. It was also found that the cells react in the same way when introduced to that specific stimulus repeatedly. As our cells divide & renew, it starts to remember information from the past, whether from our own body or from another.
How can cellular memory affect us?
Real life cases of organ transplants is perhaps the best way to understand how cellular memories impact us and our lives. One of the most popular and widely studied cases is of Claire Sylvia. She was a heart and lung transplant recipient who suddenly started craving burgers and beers like never before. Eventually it was found that her late donor was a teenager who enjoyed burgers and beers a lot. Another convincing real life case is of an 8 year old girl who received a heart transplant. Her donor was a 10 year old girl who was murdered. After the transplant, the 8 year old girl started having vivid nightmares about a man trying to murder her. After the police investigated the case and spoke to the recipient, they were able to find and convict the murderer based on the physical appearance described by the 8 year old girl.
Author, psychologist and professor at the University of Arizona, Gary Schwartz believes recipients of organ transplant often inherit their donor’s traits. He believes “When the organ is placed in the recipient, the information and energy stored in the organ is passed on to the recipient. The theory applies to any organ that has cells that are interconnected. They could be kidneys, liver and even muscles.”
Although there are no real scientific evidence on how cellular memory may work, extensive research is being conducted as of today to understand the interactions between the brain and our body organs. And this may be the key to finding signs of past life.
Why don’t we remember our past lives?
But you do. Have you ever experienced a déjà vu? Well, most of us have at some point or the other. It is an intuitive feeling and a unique emotional experience which makes us feel like we have already lived this moment.
Its a flash of a memory of an experience, place or person that we have encountered before, although we might not have in reality. Whether it makes you recall a positive or negative moment, you simply cannot explain the experience.