After being in a 7-year-long DNA reprogramming trial, I became aware of the fact that much of your DNA may be reprogrammed by you and me. This is in stark contrast to the idea that we are victims of our DNA, that we are doomed to suffer the fate of our parents because they passed their DNA onto us, and there is nothing we can do about it.
Unfortunately for me, I learned about this technology long after passing on my DNA to my children, but I have hope that they can grasp this technology and consciously make an effort to change their DNA to pass along to our further generations to come.
In those seven years, I learned a great deal, that what we put in our bodies, and how we live, affects and changes our DNA, and we pass this onto our children.
So, Mary and I bundled up our DNA and this was our gift to our children. Knowing what I know now, we could have done better, but we didn’t have this knowledge when we were passing on our genes to our offspring. We, like the rest of us, we’re just doing the best we could with what we had at the time.
Increased Longevity by DNA Alteration
What I can do, is to take what I’ve learned and take action upon it. I can initiate psychological and physiological subroutines that will allow me to outlive my biological parents and the generations that lived before me. I can be healthier and live longer by tweaking my own DNA on my own.
And you can be your own self-engineering DNA re-programmer as well.
If you want to live a longer life, there are things you can do that are known to reprogram your DNA for healthy, vibrant longevity.
7 Year Cycle
It takes seven years to complete one cycle of DNA reprogramming. The next seven years, if your reprogramming is unaltered will help to solidify your programming efforts. So, you will need at least a fourteen-year span to see this through. Although any efforts you make towards reprogramming your DNA will enhance your life for the time you have focused on doing so, though they will begin to fade, and your DNA will begin to revert to its previous state.
1. Vitamins, Minerals, and Proteins
The basic building blocks are necessary for building a healthy, reprogrammable DNA structure. At the very least, you will need to have the basic nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, the raw materials that are mandatory for taking charge of your own genetic restructuring.
The vitamins and minerals that our bodies require are unavailable in the food that is available to our population these days, so we must supplement. It is up to you to determine what your body needs as the minimal requirements of vitamins, minerals, and proteins. No one can tell you this.
Everything that I have discovered about what your doctor or the FDA might tell you about what nutrients your body needs does not seem adequate, nor does it sound like good advice to me, but you must investigate these things and decide for yourself, and source your vitamins, minerals, and proteins to the best of your ability.
2. Stress Response
Being exposed to stress, physiologically, and psychologically, helps to exercise the regeneration response of the body to strive to survive longer. It’s as if
What doesn’t kill you makes you live longer
This is the least glamorous thing you can do for life extension, because who wants to regularly subject themselves to stress to have a longer life?
It is not just meeting stressors head-on that is the key to longer life, it is how you respond to it which holds the keys to vital longevity.
Note that unresolved trauma hides in the DNA and the physiological effects will be passed on to the next generation. So, resolving repressed trauma is the only way to prevent it from visiting your future family line.
If your general disposition is to exercise a fight or flight response, this will help you to avoid the immediate pitfalls of the stressful circumstance. In this scenario, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and there’s nothing wrong with that. This may be the key to making it another day.
If instead, you can respond to any stressors you might face with a calm knowing that the entire universe is in balance and that all things to which you might be exposed are all here to increase your life expectancy in perfect harmony… now you are on the path to immortality.
Every time you initiate this peaceful and serene response to stress, your DNA is reprogrammed for longer life.
3. Calorie Restriction
Reducing your calorie intake is not dissimilar to the stress response. It does send signals to the brain and the entire physiological system that something is not right, and so it calls on the other mechanisms to strive to survive.
This strengthens the immune response and reduces the deterioration of the physiological being by exercising it daily in response to the calorie restriction.
Again, it is up to you to determine what your caloric intake will look like on a daily basis. For me, I think cutting my normal intake in half feels tight to me.
Meditative processes are a known way to extend life. It doesn’t take long, just a few minutes a day in the beginning and the end of the day are enough to start reprogramming your DNA.
There are so many ways to enter into a meditative state. You must find the one(s) that resonate with you best.
There you go.
This is my basic formula for living a long life, and being able to pass this work on to future generations, if you start it early enough.