A major factor in insomnia is negative cellular memories. They act like a virus in the human body/energy system to steadily disrupt the mechanisms of the body to heal itself.
Negative Cellular Memories
I am sure you have been told it is all in your head. I heard that many times in my life. When we hear that, we tend to think that they are saying we should be able to control what is happening to us. Obviously, that isn’t true, or we wouldn’t have the physical symptoms that torture us every day.
However, there is a sub-conscious mind and an unconscious mind that does control what we think and do. And that is beyond your control. Until it is not . . . keep reading!
In our sub and unconscious mind are stored negative cellular memories. These memories have a negative element to them that is constantly sending a message to your nervous system telling you to stay alert and be prepared to fight or run. When this is going on in your subconscious memory, your body simply cannot relax enough to sleep. And the little sleep you do get isn’t deep and restful.
What is a negative cellular memory
We all have negative cellular memories. It is a fact of life. Every experience we have in our lives is imprinted into our cellular memory banks. Positive and negative memories are both stored.
Negative cellular memories are the memories where you felt afraid, angry, unloved, threatened, ignored, neglected or hurt. We all have them. These memories impact our health when we were not able to resolve them due to the situation we were in.
For example, you were constantly criticized by a parent. It was not safe in your household to even stand up to the parent. You were subjected to further abuse if you spoke back. No resolution possible. This is the kind of memory that undermines your self confidence, self love and your health. It will interfere with your health and happiness until you can neutralize the energy.
Science is now beginning to prove this.
In his book, The Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton, PhD, presents scientific discoveries about the biochemical effects of the brain’s functioning that show that cells of your body are affected by your thoughts. This doesn’t mean that you have control over this. Most of the ‘thoughts’ that we ‘think’ are happening beyond our conscious mind and the negative cellular memories are the driving force that keeps those thoughts in place.
In his book, Love Your Disease, It’s Keeping You Healthy, Dr John Harrison, describes the process by which we internalize messages from our parents, siblings and others in the womb and our early childhood years. These subconscious messages form the basis of our identity and predispose us to illness.
Even more detailed information is coming out now that indicates that how the individual interprets the experience can create specific symptoms in the body or impact specific areas of our physiology. German physician, Ryke Geerd Hamer, spent years researching and documenting with great specificity the connection between trauma and physical illness. He calls his finding German New Medicine.
Bummer! Now what do I do?
This may seem discouraging or may even seem to condemn you to a life of misery. But that is not the case. These ‘subconscious memories’ can be healed and resolved. By healing them and resolving them, you can recapture the essence of who you truly are without the taint of your negative conditioning. When that happens, you can not only ‘heal’ your body, but discover joy and happiness and fulfillment from within. You can reclaim your power back from the events, situations and people who you gave your power to in your childhood out of a need to survive.
This knowledge gives us the opportunity to explore, heal and resolve the impact our past experience has had on us. With the proper tools, we can use this information to heal our bodies, our hearts, our emotions and our minds.
Wow! How do I do that?
The first place to start is by connecting with a calm, clear space within. For most of us, our busy mind keeps us in fight or flight. We cannot unwind our cellular memories from the mind.
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May you connect to the calm within, ❤️Bindu