Language, experiences and DNA

Some time ago I was fortunate enough to study the Sanskrit language. At that time I was opening up to the idea that language used to fully describe our reality. I was taught that the laws of Sanskrit grammar mirrored the laws of creation, especially in relation to sound and vibration and I was fortunate enough to experience this, first hand, with studying such a pure language.

I discovered that the meaning of words used to be what they produced. We were told that when language was purer, there used to be little difference between what was experienced and the words used to capture that experience. What we spoke could almost reproduce what was experienced and certain special mantra’s were able to manifest physical substance.

I think we still have a pale echo of this when we use onomatopoeia, which describes words that are made up of the sounds they represent - such as 'cuckoo' or 'meow'.

Language was more generative than it is now.
Today, both language and our use of language has changed. Our modern inherited language is a far cry from the original purer expressions. Modern language has a much reduced capacity to capture and hold our experience and now has much more impure vibrations which our body and minds now have to reconcile.

Also, vibrations aside, modern teaching practices rarely equip us with full vocabularies, and modern life styles can have a limited base of experiences; and may not provide enough experiential range to enable a person to fully codify, register, process or conceptualise what is happening.

This is easier to understand in young children, who generally haven’t yet developed the faculties to comprehend, articulate and process what they are experiencing; and therefore have little to no resources to dissipate the energies they are exposed to or store correctly the information they are receiving. So these energies remain stuck or scrambled in the body.

I believe that something like that is happening to all of us by virtue of the language we have at our disposal. I've noticed that groups and cultures tend to develop their own norms of speaking about or describing their experiences in the world. In fact, they can adopt a particularly limited vocabulary or habitual way of speaking - limiting their expression to a reduced set of descriptors, which again might impair their ability to fully encapsulate, comprehend or express what they are experiencing.

I recently came across some Scientific research done in Russia which, illustrate why this is important. This research has proven that our DNA is also involved in communication. The researchers found that genetic code, follows the same rules as all our human languages and DNA stores data like a computer. They compared the rules of syntax, semantics (the study of meaning in language forms) and the basic rules of grammar and found that the alkalines of our DNA follow a regular grammar and have set rules just like in language.

The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev also explored the vibrational behavior of DNA. He managed to replicate some frequency patterns of one species and use the lasers to influence certain frequencies and thus the genetic information of an another. Since DNA-alkaline pairs have the same structure as language; no decoding was necessary.

This might also explain how affirmations, positive statements and therapies like hypnosis have such strong effects on our bodies. It is entirely normal and natural for our DNA to react to language.

So if our DNA responds directly to the vibration and structure of language, it is recording and storing the frequencies, thoughts, beliefs and vibrations we are exposed to.

The Russian scientists also discovered that some have an ability to directly access a clear channel to the information stored in their DNA, an ability they termed "Hypercommunication".

So my hypothesis is that many of us no longer possess the linguistic codes that enable us to access and decipher the experiential and knowledge information that our DNA is carrying because it got corrupted or jumbled when it was stored, or perhaps it was stored with language codes that we no longer possess so we no longer possess the ability to decipher or access this stored information.

This notion of the dumbing down of language and its effects on perception can be demonstrated by a simple example. The tables below provide a list of labels for a whole range of experiences (feelings) that are often reduced to more common statements like “depressed”, “angry”, “sad”, “good”, “fine”…

When the tables have been shown to people expressing emotions, there is demonstrably more contentment in finding a word that more closely resembles the sensations they are experiencing.

So the next time you find yourself lost for words or struggling with a particular emotion, then look at the tables and find the emotion that feels right. Then notice where you are holding this in the body. Really allow yourself to feel the emotion and experience what your body is trying to tell you.

You can also tune into yourself with closed eyes and an inner confidence then ask your body, how long have I been holding this energy and is it time to let it go. Express your desire to release the energy.

When you have finished, and have learned what you need really focus on the energy with your attention and move it out of the body. Intend to either take hold of the energy like an energy ball and move it out or just breath it to the side.

Make sure you also have the intention to transmute the energy into healing for others.

Hypnosis offers another way for us all to create a clear channel to our DNA to access the information stored in our DNA and to rewrite the vibrations that are not currently helping us.

Let us know how you get on...

Blessings for the work to come!