“Rather than focusing on the genes and the body’s chemistry, which is the myopic focus of conventional allopathic medicine, the new physics and the new biology reveal that we should be focusing on both the physical signals and the energetic signals, which include thought.” – Bruce Lipton
“The field is the sole governing agency of the particle.” – Albert Einstein
Our current medical model is based, for the most part, on chemistry. Drugs and more drugs. Surgery, where drugs fail. Does quantum physics even enter the equation? Considering that electromagnetic signals move at the speed of light (over 186,000 miles per second), and that endocrinogical (chemical) communications move at just at 1 centimeter per second, it would seem that “modern medicine” has a bit of catching up to do.
In The Genie in Your Genes, author Dawson Church sings the body electric — explaining how the connective tissue in our bodies functions as a system of liquid crystals: Semiconductors of both information and energy; piezoelectric, in that, when compressed, they generate electricity. Citing hundreds of studies, Church also makes a convincing case for the electromagnetic influence our thoughts, emotions and beliefs exert over our DNA, and, hence, our physical state of being.
While reading this book, I couldn’t help but wonder: Is the medical community ready to reject the idea that our DNA is hardwired at birth? Will they consider evidence that preempts the “need” for pharmaceutical and surgical interventions in the treatment of disease… Evidence which demands an entirely new approach to wellness? Moreover, is today’s pill-popping, surgery-seeking medical consumer ready and willing to explore his or her own consciouness and navigate the vast sea of thoughts, emotions and beliefs which impact physical health?
At issue is commerce and a widespread belief in a system that kills hundreds of thousands of people each year and sickens countless more. When the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reports that prescription drugs cause the deaths of approximately 106,000 Americans each year (in addition to an estimated 98,000 deaths due to medical errors), and the conservative Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that 85% of diseases have an emotional element, a book like The Genie in Your Genes seems not so “new agey” as it seems long overdue.
About Dawson Church:
Dawson Church, Ph.D., author and founder of Soul Medicine Institute has a doctorate in Integrative Healthcare from Holos University. He went on to receive a postgraduate Ph.D. in Natural Medicine, as well as pursuing clinical certification in Energy Psychology (EHP-C).
He has edited or authored over 200 books, including The Genie in Your Genes and Soul Medicine: Awakening Your Inner Blueprint For Abundant Health and Energy (co-authored with Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D). Soul Medicine Institute (SMI), is a nonprofit organization dedicated to education and research into science-based medical interventions which use consciousness and energy as primary modalities.