Article Commentary by Bridget Allison
Title: Can You Program Your DNA for Immortality?
Be the observer, notice what you notice, be neutral and nonjudgmental these are all different ways of saying the same thing: do not respond to what is going on in the world and with what is going on with others immediately around you. Why? Because as the article states, “emotional reaction is the link for illness – if we react immediately, we get sick: if we don’t react, we don’t get sick.” The premise is that by practicing this on a daily basis, you will reap the reward of a long life that is free of illness.
The majority of the general population holds to the idea that the natural progression of life is that a person who gets old will be feeble and die. This is a meme. According to Wikipedia a meme (/ˈmiːm/ meem) is “an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture. “ So a meme can be an idea that is not necessarily true.
Your mind is a powerful thing. Whatever you see and feel it believes and acts accordingly because it is true to you. But this believe may not be ultimately “the truth.” There are consequences to believing a lie as well to believing the truth. The article goes on to state, “Aging and illness are the result of wearing down the body by toxins and negative emotions clogging the body’s receptors so that they are unable to absorb nutrients with which to function properly.”
The article ends by saying “ immortality means we will have an illness-free happy ever after.”
Having a balanced brain assists your nervous system in maintaining calm so that you can be the observer. This is important in that it keeps your tissues healthy. This in turn enables you to have a long life and increases your chances of achieving the potential of immortality.