Cellular Therapy: Learn About Cellular Healing Modalities
Question for Dr. Leia: I have heard of the term cellular healing, is this the same as
Someone was telling me about some products that renew your cells that have anti-aging prosperities.
Yet I have heard the term in new age circles as something that happens as you release blocks in your DNA, such as
a past life blocks.
Is it really possible to do cellular healing, or is this just hype as I don’t understand how you could change anything
to do with your DNA.
Dr. Leia’s Answer: Your question about cellular healing and therapy, DNA, anti-aging,
past life and emotional blockages encompass some very popular, interesting, and complicated subjects.
Whenever one experiences an emotional or physical trauma, the body remembers or stores this trauma in the unconscious
part of the mind. Psychotherapists and counselors have experiential knowledge working with lifelong traumas for many
years and have found that the memory of these traumas can surface whenever a trigger is experienced. This trigger
can be physical, emotional, or mental.
For instance, a young 4 year old boy, while riding his tricycle on the edge of the street, can suddenly fall down
and skin his knee, at the same time that an automobile drives by and the driver toots his horn at the little boy.
This traumatic, physically painful event is stored in the boy’s unconscious. He may forget the incident, but
then later, when he is 12 years old, he can be riding his bicycle and as an auto approaches, he will hear the horn
and it will cause him to lose his balance and fall off the bicycle. Fast forward to when the boy, now a man of 25
is walking down the street in front of a store window with brand new bicycles for sale, and suddenly, a car passing
by will honk its horn. The man may not remember his childhood memories, but will feel apprehensive and uneasy, or
physically sick, not knowing that it is a former trauma which was triggered from when he was 4 years old.
There are many different definitions for cellular healing, but I believe that the above mentioned example is one
of the most commonly held definitions. One cannot separate the body-mind, and emotions from each other, so most holistic
healing is touted to balance the body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
There are several different methods and forms of healing or therapy available today. Some methods belong to a group
called Thought Form Therapy which includes: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Tapas Acupressure Technique, Be Set
Free Fast, PEAT or Primordial Energy Activation and Transcendence, and Vianna Stibal’s Theta and DNA Healing,
and many, many other forms and permutations. All of these techniques are quite varied and unique or similar offshoots
of each other, but they all have in common the fact that there can be a release of an unwanted emotion, thought,
or physical condition…otherwise, a healing can occur, and the person is free of what he/she no longer desires,
be it physical, mental, emotional or spiritual.
As far as past life healing, I think that memory of a past life can be a metaphor for any physical, mental, emotional,
or spiritual condition that could be a current block in one’s present life. If the recollection of such a memory
helps to bring a release of such unwanted conditions, then it can also be considered a successful healing therapy.
Don’t get caught up in the nomenclature–DNA is traditionally a physical part of our body’s makeup and
is scientifically not known to physically change. However, if there appears to be an energetic shift or release,
then you might call the therapy successful. Bottom line…ask yourself this question: “Does this therapy or
healing make me feel better?” If the answer is yes, then you have a viable healing modality available for you
to use anytime you desire it.
I hope that this helps to explain a little about these complicated new age subjects of cellular healing, therapy,
DNA, and past life healing.
By Dr. Leia Melead