DWQA QuestionsCategory: Subconscious MindIs cellular memory in the brain mediated via glial cells? A variety of glial cells whose purpose is still not completely understood have been discovered in many tissues outside the brain. Is cellular memory mediated via glial cells in tissues body-wide?
Nicola Staff asked 2 years ago
This is an important insight and we are happy to validate your intuition here. Memories are not stored within glial cells per se, but they are integral in the chain of events through which cellular memory is experienced and comes into conscious awareness. It is also instrumental in perceptions of the body-mind at work, that mysterious ability of the body to have a mind of its own, as evidenced by the Holographic Memory Resolution process where people can tune into stored negativity in some body location and that will summon memories of past trauma that are connected through a metaphor the mind sees at that body location. All of that imagery that is perceived by the client is a product of cellular conscious coming into their awareness, and glial cells are indeed mediating that exchange of information. So you are one step closer to having a scientific rationale for the phenomenon of the body/mind connection and the storing of negative energy in the body that is key to and specific to, actual past events of a dramatic nature.