Did a quick scan of your Web site and checked out the sequential steps to DNA repatterning.
Just like a muscian plays an instrument by automatic muscle memory, so the cells carry emotional memory or blockages that electrically charge the mitochodria and in turn program the DNA. (Since the mitochondria is 75-80% aqueous lipids and electrolytes it conducts and holds the charge, just like water is a conductor.) Does your book have a section about emotional memory that charges the cell's mitochondria and in turn programs, or positively/negatively impacts the DNA? And how to remove these negative charges from the cell BEFORE reprogramming the DNA?
In other words, how can the cell be efficient when both old programming and new programming are vying for the same space?
Didn't see this straightaway. Just checking...........thx I'd enjoy a discussion on this if you have the time. :)