DWQA QuestionsCategory: KarmaTo what extent is cellular memory an actual repository allowing a recollection of actual events, creation of a set of beliefs about what happens, or a combination of the two?
Nicola Staff asked 1 month ago

Cellular memory is, in fact, a phenomenon characterized by the local deposition of negativity that keeps a kind of early warning system in place for anything coming along that resonates energetically because it is of a similar nature. The orchestration of what happens in response to the tripwire, signaling there has been such an interaction, is a further interplay of consciousness going out from the DNA to the bioenergy field, to the akashic record, and to the extra‑dimensional DNA as well, to learn more about the implications and gain information and wisdom about what to do next now that an alarm has been sounded.

This is a complex arrangement but when you think of the very wide array of potential stimuli, there needs to be accuracy and some level of precision so the responses are appropriate, and dangers not overlooked, nor opportunities missed by failing to recognize a promising development. This requires a high degree of sophistication and filtering, so this goes beyond what can be recorded and processed on the very local level of individual cells of the body.