Cellular Memories

Do you know the memories are stored not only brain but in cells as well?

“The theory of cellular memories states that memories, as well as personality traits, are not only stored in the brain but may also be stored in organs such as the heart. In 2009 Harvard Medical School defined cellular memories as “a sustained cellular response to a transient stimulus.” Basically, when a cell is introduced to a specific stimulus it will react in a certain way and every time it is given this stimulus it will have the same response. The best way to understand cellular memories is studying cases of organ transplants. One of the more famous cases includes a woman named Claire Sylvia. In the 70s this woman received a heart and lung transplant from an 18-year- old boy who died in a motorcycle accident. After her surgery Sylvia had cravings she never had before like beer and burgers. After some time, she contacted the family of her donor and was in shock that he enjoyed the same foods “ (quotes from http://sites.bu.edu/ombs/2014/11/11/is-the-brain-the-only-place-that-stores-our-memories/)

So as muscles. It is not proven but many manual therapists experienced that clients release their memories or trauma when they were touched in certain area of their body.

If you are experiencing lower back pain, shoulder impingement, or any chronic disorder, that could be from your memories or traumatic experiences. Our body and mind are connected, much complicated and much more mysterious.

Perth Spiritual Healing’s motto is to treat each client as a whole. At the end of the session, we provide reiki energy or Access Bars position on your head to release these memories and heal them. You will feel extra release after the session and less frequency to come back for the same issue.

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