“You have within you a mighty power, anxious and willing to serve you, a power capable of giving you that which you earnestly desire,” writes the early twentieth-century thinker R. H. Jarrett in his “little red book” It Works, a sixteen-page pamphlet that has been in print for more than a century. “To get what you want is no more mysterious or uncertain than the radio waves all around you. Tune incorrectly and you get a perfect result, but to do this, it is, of course, necessary to know something of your equipment and have a plan of operation.”
So, what is your equipment? Essentially, your entire body is a tool through which you receive and transmit information. Your entire body is in constant relationship with the Universe — downloading information from the quantum field and uploading information into the quantum field. There are three major players in this universal dance of life: Your DNA, your brain, and your heart.
The Role Of DNA
First, let’s talk about DNA. The DNA receives every pulse from the Universe and transmits back into the Universe our unique frequency — messages about who we are and what we want. Our DNA represents our entire genetic blueprint. Dr. Fritz-Alpert Popp proved that light emissions are emanating from our DNA, the core reactor from which we are broadcasting our personal energy signature.
Dr. Bruce Lipton’s work is proving that we can actually reprogram our DNA. What he has discovered is that the nucleus of a cell is not read only. It is actually read and write. Basically, the cell is a programmable device, in response to environmental information. Therefore, if you are dissatisfied with your blueprint, you can change it and broadcast a new message about yourself to the universe.
Scientists have recently shown that emotion affects DNA. A group of researchers in the UK were studying depression and noticed unexpected metabolic changes in their cells that appeared to be a result of the depression. And if a low-frequency emotion like depression has such an impact, imagine what impact a high-frequency emotion like love or gratitude must have.
Researchers at the HeartMath Institute experimented with this by placing DNA in vials and then generating certain emotions as they held the vials. What they found was that the DNA altered its shape in response to different feelings! Love, gratitude, and appreciation caused the DNA to relax and the strands to unwind, while anger, frustration, and stress caused it to tighten up and even switch o many of its codes! When the positive feelings came back, these effects were reversed.
In each one of our cells, there are 46 human chromosomes (23 pairs), which contain as many as 3 billion base pairs of DNA. Each of these billions of strands inside of us stores our personal information. If we can reorganize our beliefs, thoughts, feelings, and the vibrations we are transmitting at a cellular level, we can reprogram our own personal blueprint to attain any goal we desire.