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What is Epigenetics?

Epigenetics has been around for several years but its significance has been kept under wraps. The discoveries made with the help of this lesser known science can revolutionize the medical industry.

For over half a century, genetic researchers have been studying how our genes work. New discoveries brought about by epigenetics can potentially bring newfound benefits for everyone. The information that can be obtained by watching the videos in this page are important to fully understand how epigenetics works. What you will learn here can prove to be quite useful in the coming future.

In the most basic terms, epigenetics tells us that our physical appearance and our personalities and attitudes are determined by our genes. Our genes are coded into ourselves and are as unique as our fingerprints. Genes can be either “good” or “bad”. They determine how we behave in what can be called “genetic expression”.

Learn more about epigenetics by watching this video:

1 Minute Healing – Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D.

To be able to overcome our emotional burdens and reducing the risk of passing them on to our kids is the end goal to break this painful cycle. This ability is called “methylation”, and this is explained further in the “Epigenetics 101” video at the bottom. It’s a video that may require about an hour of your time, so make sure you set aside some time for it (trust me, it’s worth it).

Our genes are affected by internal and external factors – with prolonged and repeated exposure to stressful situations, your body produces hormones that can potentially be toxic and harmful to your body. Other factors like pollution can also have an adverse effect on our genetic expression.

Some studies indicate that contrary to popular belief, our genes do not turn our traits on or off – but instead, they are the blueprints that dictate our behavior and emotional capabilities. This idea is talked about more in depth in the video at the bottom of the page. In the video you will see Dr. Bruce Lipton, PhD, an expert in the field of epigenetics and one of the first scientists to clone human stem cells in the late 1960’s as he talks about the benefits brought about by epigenetics.

You do not need to be an expert to understand how groundbreaking and revolutionary the Creatrix® process is to help you free yourself from the hopeless cycle of negativity and destructive frame of mind. When we change the way we look at our lives and environment, along with whatever perception that you may have inherited, we can change your inner being. Creatrix® works on everyone who is willing to take the initial steps on the road to emotional freedom. Creatrix® will set you free down to your very core.

By changing the environment you live in (and your perception of your environment), you can rewrite your genes. This means that your ancestors could have possibly passed on to you whatever they may have stressed about, and whatever environmental factor that they may have been subjected to. Your genes do not need to be the absolute factor that determines who you are. By using the Creatrix® method, you can reverse the damage that has been causing the negativity that tends to dictate your – and your children’s destiny.

Please watch the next video to help you fully understand how epigenetics works and learn about how it can be an invaluable tool to help women all over.

Epigenetics and the influence of our genes | Courtney Griffins | TEDxOU

The video you saw above was a TED talk from Courtney Griffins where she explains how, during pregnancy, the stresses that you experience becomes part of your unborn child’s environment and genetically affects your baby’s genetic development.

The goal of empowering women who want to make a positive change in their life and leave behind all the gifts and benefits of a life free from negativity to their children and grandchildren can all be achieved through Creatrix®.

Epigenetics 101: Why Grandmothers Are Important

A more detailed talk on the benefits of epigenetics can be found in the video above. The video is about an hour long so you might want to set aside some time for it, but I guarantee that it is totally worth it.