About Cells, Cellular Memory, and Triggers

About Cells, Cellular Memory, and Triggers

Physio-Psychology - About Cells, Cellular Memory, and Triggers


An adult person has about 37.2 trillion cells in his or her body.
That would be 7 x 1027  Atoms in an adult body.  Pretty amazing, right?
At this time and age, we have to start looking beyond the physical – we all learned at school, what the physical components of our cells are, and how they work on a physical level, but what about the energetic level of a cell?
EVERYTHING that we have ever experienced – from this life and all other lives, and all the information of the lineage of our ancestors (and a lot more) is stored in every single cell of our physical body. There is so much information there, not only our traumas, karmas, and curses, but also our emotions, reactions, sensations, and those from our ancestors, and much more like belief systems and -patterns, information about contracts we have made, promises, oaths, vows, and pledges. Everything is stored in our Cells, Cellular Memory and triggers us in specific situations.

The summary of all that information basically determines how we live today. And because everything is stored in our physical body, we react to things, we do not understand – those are triggers.

Triggers can literally be anything – from a smell, a taste, a city, a place, a word or a combination of words, a situation, where we have never been in, but we start panicking, feeling anxiety, or getting sick. Something “triggers” our cellular memory, and the experience was live-threatening, or scary, so we react to those, without consciously knowing what is really going on.
Very often, what we call allergies, are physical reactions to traumatic experiences which are stored as information in our cells.  If those traumatic experiences including all concomitant sensations, emotions, and reactions are being “deleted”,  the symptoms of allergies simply disappear.

And so it is for all the other things in our life – problems in relationships, finances, career, and health can be improved through pinpointing the real reasons and deleting them.