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Why Your DNA is not your Destiny (2010)

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TIME Magazine - Why Your DNA Isn't Your Destiny

In January, 2010, time magazine published an article on “Why Your DNA isn’t Your Destiny”… specifically on the new science called Epigenetics, the study of changes in gene activity that do not involve alterations to the genetic code but still get passed down to a least one successive generation. These patterns of gene expression are governed by the cellular material – the epigenome – that sits on top of the gnome, just outside it (hence the prefix epi-, which means above). It is these epigenetic ‘marks’ that tell your genes to switch on or off, to speak loudly or whisper. It is through epigenetic marks that environmental factors like diet, stress and prenatal nutrition can make an imprint on genes that is passed from one generation to the next. Click here to read more

The Biology of Belief

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According to Dr. med. R. G. Hamer’s “German New Medicine” (GNM) – as presented by Caroline Markolin, Ph.D. in 2005 – the studies of Bruce Lipton Ph.D. (presented in “The Biology of Belief” – found here) have been described as “refreshingly science-based”.

Dr. Lipton, a trained cell biologist, demonstrates through scientific experimentation that the behaviour of cells and the epigenetic expression of genes are indeed influenced by a person’s beliefs and perception of the world. This translates into a profound shift from being controlled by our genes to the control over our genes. The words “From Victim to Master” quickly became the slogan of Epigeneticists.

In 2005, Dr. Joe Dispenza (“Evolve Your Brain”) introduces the “Biology of Change” by drawing on intriguing reseach from the emerging field of neuroplasticity. In accordance with the discoveries of the new physics of quantum mechanics, both Lipton’s and Dispenza’s findings corroborate, whether on the cellular or neurological level, that the mind is a powerful co-creator of our reality.


What do you mean “the mind is a powerful co-creator of our reality”?

The major problem is that people are aware of their conscious beliefs and behaviors, but not their subconscious beliefs and behaviors. Most people don’t even acknowledge that their subconscious mind is at play, when the fact is that the subconscious mind is a million times more powerful than the conscious mind and that we operate 95 to 99 percent of our lives from subconscious programs. Your subconscious beliefs are working either for you or against you, but the truth is that you are not controlling your life, because your subconscious mind supersedes all conscious control. In that sense your blueprint (subconscious programming) attracts most of the experiences/reality that you have. According to the new biology/science called Epigenetics (by Bruce Lipton Ph.D, Cellular Biologist), ‘The Secret of Life’ is BELIEF. It is our beliefs that control our lives. SEC Films are designed to train your brain (on a conscious and subconscious level) to change your (negative) self-limiting beliefs to positive beliefs and hence help you to embrace your legitimate value so that you stop handicapping yourself. Thus you become the co-creator through the rewriting/rewiring of your blueprint. According to Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. we can rewrite those destructive programs that occupy our subconscious field with these rewrite/rewire modalities/tools including SEC films.

Are SEC films instrumental in changing the user’s perception and could this alter the activity of genes?

Yes, a new study in USA, Spain, and France, as reported in Psychoneuroendocrinology, provides scientific proof of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of mindfulness practice. What that means is that by changing your perception, your mind can alter the activity of your genes (DNA Activation) by creating coherence between our beliefs and the reality we experience. The use of SEC Films provides a way to communicate with the cells of your body and is the link to transformative biology.

The Biology of the Brain (2004-2016)

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“The difference between the psyche, the brain, and the body is purely academic. In reality they are one. One without the other is inconceivable.” ~ Dr. med. R. G. Hamer

Dr. med. R. G. Hamer is the first to investigate the cause of diseases by taking the brain into close account. The brain controls all processes in the body. By comparing his patients’ brain CT scan with their medical records and their personal histories, he found that an emotional trauma or “conflict shock” (DHS as he termed it) leaves a visible mark in precisely the same area of the brain that controls the disease process. Based on the study of tens of thousands of cases, he discovered that the psyche, the brain and the body constitute a biological unit, encoded with Biological Special Programs to secure survival. Dr. med. R. G. Hamer established that the brain acts as a mediator between the psyche and the body, with both receiving and transmitting functions. He identified the brain as the biological control station from where these age-old emergency programs are directed and coordinated.


Can SEC films reduce the level of fear and anxiety caused by trauma?

Yes, all SEC Films in ‘The Climb’ series use the Self-Empowerment Cinematography (SEC) modality… meaning Use Your Powers got extraordinary people to overcome the greatest fears on planet earth while wearing a first person video camera. We got that footage and infused it into the viewer’s heart’s desires for the purposes of disabling the fear functions of the Amygdala and hence dissolving fear and anxiety.

The Biology of the Psyche by Dr. med. R. G. Hamer

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“In some way or other we are part of a single all-embracing psyche.” ~ Carl Jung

Dr. med. R. G. Hamer’s research reveals that the psyche is an integral part of our biology. It is the ‘organ’, so to speak, that instinctively recognizes dangers that could threaten our survival (“existence conflicts”, “death-fright conflicts”, “attack conflicts”, “starvation conflicts”), the safety of our domain or home (“territorial conflicts”), the bond with members of our group (“loss conflicts”, “separation conflicts”, “abandonment conflicts”), or the survival of the group itself (“sexual conflicts”, “nest worry conflicts”). Human beings share these conflicts with all species.

According to Dr. med. R. G. Hamer, as human beings are capable of symbolic thought, we are able to experience these conflicts also in a figurative sense. For us, a “starvation conflict” can be initiated by the loss of a workplace and a fear of not knowing how to provide for ourselves. A “sexual conflict” can be caused by the distress that our partner is “mating” with someone else; an “abandonment conflict” by feeling excluded or left behind. “Territorial anger” can be triggered at home, at work, or at school.


Do SEC films address any of residual emotions after experiencing a major conflict within the psyche?

Dr. med. R. G. Hamer’s research reveals that the psyche is an integral part of our biology. The SEC Film ‘The Secret to Recovery from Dis-ease’, through embedded healing affirmations and the applied visualization technique, changes your beliefs and perceptions on a conscious and subconscious level and, therefore, also impact your life at a cellular level. Scientific research has found that the human cell actually stores memory and is capable of being reprogrammed.

The Biology of Conflict by Dr. med. R. G. Hamer

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In nature these conflicts are generally quickly resolved. Because we humans alienated ourselves from Nature, and have moved away from living in accordance with It, we experience “territorial conflicts”, “attack conflicts”, “sexual conflicts”, “separation conflicts”, “abandonment conflicts”, or “loss conflicts” much more frequently and typically the conflicts last for longer periods of time. This is why the complexity and severity of diseases seen in human beings, specifically the increase in cancer incidence, is not found to the same extent in the natural world.

A positive attitude, letting go of anger, feelings of trust and forgiveness can significantly reduce the intensity and duration of a conflict and therefore the “disease”-symptom(s). The New Medicine shifts or rather elevates “prevention” and “healing” to a level where the biology of human beings can be understood as intimately connected with spirituality and a chance for spiritual growth. GNM (German New Medicine) draws our attention to the meaning of the psyche as the “seat of the soul”, the true master of our lives.


How do SEC films assist in creating a positive attitude, letting go of anger, feelings of trust and forgiveness?

The SEC Film ‘The Secret to Recovery from Dis-ease’ assists this process through embedded affirmations which are absorbed on a conscious and subconscious level.

The Biology of Healing by Dr. med. R. G. Hamer

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“The secret of medicine is to distract the patient, while Nature heals itself.” ~ Voltaire

Beginning at the moment of the conflict resolution, the entire organism becomes mobilized to restore the affected organ to its original function. Tissue loss generated during the conflict-active phase is refilled and replenished; additional cells that are no longer needed are removed. The autonomic nervous system switches into a state of prolonged vagotonia, forcing the organism to rest, ‘while Nature heals itself’.

Healing involves many biological processes. White blood cells (lymphocytes, macrophages, etc.) and antibodies, all participate in healing. Consequently, the so-called “immune system”, envisioned as a defense system against “disease”-causing agents (microbes, cancer cells, toxins), is in reality a support system created to aid a speedy recovery! The word “anti”-bodies is meaningless, as there is essentially no “body” to “fight against”.

Of course a poor diet, smoking, exposure to electromagnetic pollutants, dental amalgams, negative thoughts, a pessimistic outlook and other adverse factors deplete the organisms of energy. All influences that drain the body’s vitality make recovery much more difficult and might even contribute to serious complications, specifically during the healing crisis. Owing to their high toxicity, most pharmaceutical drugs brutally interrupt the natural healing process, and even cause death, as we see in the extremely high number of chemo-treatment victims.

Conversely, a diet rich in organic nutrients, the clearing of geopathic stress zones, the practice of yoga and meditation, and so forth, can accelerate the recovery process immensely. It has long been recognized that positive thoughts, as well as very specific sounds and colors, raise the vibrational frequency of the body and contribute considerably to healing. This increase in energy explains “spontaneous remission”. It accounts for the healing power of love and prayers and of sacred sites. It is the basis on which placebos (from the Latin placebo “I shall please”) affect the patient.

Last, but not least, the understanding of GNM and the Five Biological Laws has in itself a healing effect as it liberates the mind from fear and inspires trust in the creative wisdom of Mother Nature.


In what way do SEC films contribute to recovery from dis-ease and what are some of the benefits?

The SEC Film ‘The Secret to Recovery from Dis-ease’ promotes positive thoughts and optimistic outlook. Through lowering the pressure of the fear centre of the brain (Amygdala), the placebo effect is being kick-started and the client is moved from the Fight OR Flight Response back to the Growth Response, aiding spontaneous remission. 75-98% of current mental, emotional, physical and behavioral illnesses come from our thinking, beliefs, reactions and choices. The embedded healing affirmations in the SEC film rewrite the negative beliefs and thoughts on a conscious and subconscious level. Therefore the mind perceives that the environment is safe and supportive and hence the cells focus on growth and thus recovery can take place.

Some of the benefits include the SEC Film ‘The Secret to Recovery from Dis-ease’, which reduces the need for pharmaceutical drugs, promotes self-healing and reduces the need for invasive surgery. For the full list on benefits, please visit the ‘Health & Wellbeing Benefits‘ page.

Why Diseases “Run in Families”

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Since families share the same cultural and social conditioning, the same indoctrinations, the same beliefs, and so forth, they often experience the same type of conflicts, causing the same “diseases”.

The fear instilled by the widely held belief that disease could have a genetic cause only adds to the individual’s vulnerability.

*Note: The above information are excerpts from GNM – please click here for more information

Recent Studies

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According to Dr. Surya Ganduri recent neuroscience research has demonstrated that the placebo effect, where healing is mediated by a positive thought, is not purely a psychological phenomenon as previously thought. In fact, it has shown just the opposite; that patient’s perceptions / beliefs stimulate the brain to manufacture a wide variety of bio-chemicals that impact the health of the body.

A new study in USA, Spain, and France, as reported in Psychoneuroendocrinology, provides scientific proof of specific molecular changes in the body following a period of mindfulness practice. What that means is that by changing your perception, your mind can alter the activity of your genes (DNA Activation) by creating coherence between our beliefs and the reality we experience.

Additional References

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Mind–body research moves towards the mainstream

Mind-Body Medicine: A Balanced Approach

Dr. Herbert Benson, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital Director Emeritus, Benson-Henry Institute (BHI) for Mind Body Medicine and colleagues talk about the Relaxation Response and the current role of mind-body techniques in wellness and medical care.

“My goal has always been to promote a healthy balance between self-care approaches and more traditional approaches—medical and surgical inter¬ventions that can be magnificent and lifesaving when appropriate. However, self-care is immensely powerful in its own right. The elicitation of the Relaxation Response, stress management, regular exercise, good nutrition, and the power of belief all have a tremendous role to play in our healing.” ~ Herbert Benson, MD

60 years earlier Harvard physiologist Walter B. Cannon discovered the “fight-or-flight” response, also known as the stress response. Human beings developed this primitive physiologic response as a mechanism for surviving stressful situations. As Benson explains, “Our bodies release hormones—adrenaline and noradrenaline, or epinephrine and norepinephrine—to increase heart rate, breathing rate, blood pressure, metabolic rate and blood flow to the muscles, gearing our bodies either to do battle with an opponent or to flee.” Benson’s own research showed that the polar opposite was also true: “The body is imbued with what I termed the Relaxation Response, an inducible, physiologic state of quietude.” Teaching people why that quietude is important and how to induce it has been a major focus of Dr. Benson’s work ever since.

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Updated on 2018-05-19T06:53:00+00:00, by rbheaney.