Cellular Memory: Your History in Your Personal Time Continuum
Cellular Memory: Your History in Your Personal Time Continuum Sherry Anshara
Cellular memory is a new concept in the history of medicine, psychology and psychiatry. For your body, however, it is not a new concept. Cellular memory, in a metaphoric sense and in fact, is the Encyclopedia Britannica of you. Your cellular memory is your own personal accounting of all of your experiences through the ages and stages of you, whether in this lifetime or others.
Cellular memory includes all the realities you have lived. It's your biology, physiology, anatomy, mentality, and physicality, whether you are aware of it or not. Every experience of you is recorded in personal timelines. From the minute the sperm hits the egg, you are present, downloading, uploading, and being embedded with information from your parents, siblings, friends, perceived enemies, and even strangers. Most of the time, you are not even aware that you are recording the information.
One other side effect of cellular memory as experiences become an aspect of your being, conscious or not, is that your actions are affected. You may act out certain behavioral patterns that are not really yours at your deep level of consciousness. They are learned behaviors that affect your life, your friendships, your relationships, and your financial successes.