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In this episode of Tap Into Your Healthy Self, Annabel Fisher will be speaking with renowned energy psychology expert, Dawson Church, PhD.
Did you know there are over 100 genes in your body that are activated by your thoughts, feelings and experiences? Those genes dramatically affect your immune system and your resistance to disease, and can be turned on or off deliberately through thoughts, emotional responses, and experiences that you can choose.
Dawson will apply the insights of the new field of Epigenetics to healing. Citing scientific studies, he will show how beliefs and emotions can trigger the expression of DNA strands. He focuses on a class of genes called Immediate Early Genes (IEGs). These genes turn on within a few seconds of a stimulus and can be triggered by thoughts or emotions.
He will demonstrate that, by taking control of our consciousness and using it to influence our genetic expression, we can sometimes bypass years of therapy, as well as harmful drugs and invasive surgeries, to, in effect, do continuous genetic engineering on our own bodies. This can produce both immediate relief from long-standing anxieties and neuroses, as well as “miraculous” healing of persistent physical conditions, especially autoimmune diseases.
Dawson Church founded Soul Medicine Institute to research and teach emerging psychological and medical techniques that can yield fast and radical cures. His book, The Genie in Your Genes, (wwwGenieBestseller.com), pioneers the field of Epigenetics, (control of genes from outside the cell), explaining the remarkable self-healing mechanisms now emerging from this science. He has authored several scientific studies of Energy Psychology, and through EFT Power Training (www.EFTPowerTraining.com), teaches groups how to apply these breakthroughs to health and athletic performance.
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