Reprogram Your DNA via Meditation

Your basic DNA is naturally inherited from your parents, but you do not have to be the victim of your parent’s DNA. You can reprogram your DNA by many methods, but one of the easiest ways to reprogram your DNA is by meditating.

Reprogram Your DNA via Meditation

Meditation is known to extend life, but it also alters your DNA in a positive way for greater quality of life and longevity. It is the type of process that can affect future generations, and the most inexpensive method of reprogramming your DNA (it is free) is growing in America today.

The regular practice of meditation extends the telomeres at the end of the DNA strands which is a huge determinant of one’s lifespan.

If both of your parents were regular meditators, they have passed the health benefits and markers for living a longer life onto you by way of their DNA. Likewise, if you have meditated regularly for seven years prior to conception, you will pass these genes onto your unborn child.

Meditative practices also counteract the aging process by rejuvenating and preventing the deterioration of human cells in aging individuals. Meditating every day is like taking a dip in the fountain of youth.

There are many forms of meditation and the practice is referred to in many ways. You might call it prayer, quiet focused attention, introspection, reflection, deep thought, or no thought.

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.

I recommend and use the Sending Love to the World guided meditation because it not only aligns me and reprograms my DNA but it also sends positive love energy to my family, friends, my community, the state where I live, the whole country, and abroad to make the world a better place.

You can find my Sending Love to the World meditation online or at

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. In just a few minutes together, you have learned three secrets to reprogram your DNA (1. Stress Response, 2. Calorie Restriction, and 3. Meditation) for, well, maybe not immortality because that is a different subject and would take much longer to tackle. But these three secret techniques can increase the life you have left by 30%, just like that.

This is my basic formula for living a long life and being able to pass this work on to future generations, either informationally by spreading the word, or genetically if you are fortunate to start early enough in life.

So, here’s to you, and your new extended life. You don’t have to stop here, keep going, expand your knowledgebase, to extend your life even more.

If you are interested, you might like to enroll in the Immortality Life Extension Masterclass at St. Paul’s Free University, or any other course of study that will help you to continue this process, setting you free from the aging process that plagues your family and peers.


Be Still and Meditate

So much talk about meditation but there’s nothing to fear, it’s just enjoying a relaxed state of unfocused focus, which enables you to expand your consciousness and wellbeing, empowering you to enjoy a better, higher quality of life.

There may be hesitation to embrace the idea of meditating due to its being strongly associated with mystical and spiritual disciplines. You needn’t worry because you don’t need to believe in anything to receive massive benefits from meditation. Don’t let your preconceived ideas keep you from some safe exploration and experimentation to see for yourself how beneficial meditation can be.

If you seek out information on meditation, you are likely to stumble across a wide variety of methods of meditation, some practitioners will assert some methods are better than others. There is truth to be uncovered here, but meditation is not unlike medication, in that different things will work differently for different people. That said, if you keep an open mind, and are willing to allow yourself to explore the possibilities, you will discover what works best for you, but know that in the practicing of any of the many forms of meditation that you will receive great benefit from the meditating in whatever form you practice.

You need not be concerned about what other people might think about your meditating for it can be done in private without anyone aware that you are even doing it. If you’re living in a busy home with lots of activity, you can go to your room, lock yourself in the bathroom, or meditate while soaking in the tub.

The main thing is to find some solitude and to quiet your mind from all the constant barrage of information and thoughts associated with navigating the world you live in. As you know, your mind is overwhelmed by thoughts about everything all the time. Your family, the bills, other drivers, your to do list, and endless questioning, what’s coming up next for you? What’s happening in my family, with my friends, my community, the world?

And if that wasn’t enough, there’s plenty of (mis-) information constantly vying for your attention to add to the flood of emotional drama and trauma via any method of delivery, though at the moment, the Internet, Google, and social media seem to be the largest purveyors of emotional distractors which overwhelm the average human being, and these distractions are not beneficial to the human condition nor the body.

Meditation helps to mitigate the damages suffered by those of us (any, mot, or all of us) who are suffering the effects of this constant overwhelming thought process which is causing us to deteriorate mentally, emotionally, physiologically, and spiritually (if you are so inclined).

Meditation is a safe and effective method to retreat from all the crazy thoughts and mind chatter which can be exhaustive, even debilitating. In this relaxed, sacred space of meditation, you are able to cleanse your mind and your soul from all the stress, worry, and distractions of the world to find a place of peace in solace.

In this profound emotional state, your body recovers, your cells thrive, blood vessels relax, and your immune system gains power, while you are able to from this place of clear consciousness allow higher thoughts to come to your awareness. This is the place where some of the deepest, meaningful, inspired thoughts, and creations emanate from.

You are in a sense, “in the zone.”

Many people approach this state of mind for many reasons, some for the biological benefits, some for freedom from emotional overload, some for relaxation or peace of mind, and others for inspired data for problem-solving, among hundreds, if not thousands, of other reasons.

Once you start calming your mind, you may find yourself becoming more aware of the natural life which exists all around you. In your meditative state, you may become aware of life going on which you previously took for granted. You will become more aware of your body, feeling your breath, blood pumping, feeling the fabric touching your skin, and the world around you, the dew droplets, the bird singing, the grass growing, etc.

You might associate meditation with the Lotus position, the cross-legged pose of perfect posture, though be aware that this is not necessary, as the vast majority of people who practice meditation do so more casually, for it is far more about function than form. You can practice meditation, comfortably seated in a chair, lying down, standing, or while you are walking, as long as you have the wherewithal to focus and relax. Note that relaxing enough to find yourself “sleeping” is not meditating.

Comfortable, loose-fitting clothing will help you to relax and focus while meditating.

Some people prefer to have a designated space to practice their meditation techniques. If you are so inclined, do create a sacred space where you can feel safe and secure. Decorate your space in such a way that it will make you feel calm, peaceful, serene, creating a soothing, meditative atmosphere.

Not having a lot of distracting sounds can make it easier to concentrate and enter a meditative state more easily. Having a location where your attempt to focus is more likely to be uninterrupted will be helpful. If you have some scented oils that make you feel peaceful, a little aromatherapy while you meditate can be a good thing.

You might feel intimidated if you’ve seen or heard traditional monks chanting, singing sounds, or otherwise vocalizing while meditating. You do not need to do this. They are practicing a mantra or particular ritual which is not necessary. You could hum if it helps you to concentrate and keep from being distracted by the world around you, but I think you will find focusing on your breathing, in and out, is more than satisfactory.

You can meditate with either eyes closed (which is more common) or with your eyes open focused on something, like a flickering flame of a candle.

Meditation is an effective method of releasing tension throughout your body. Once you’ve achieved a meditative state, simply scan each of your body parts silently by name, and as you focus upon it, just allow any tension in that area to release.

There is nothing to fear in practicing meditation. It is 100 percent safe and effective, and there is no wrong way to do it. Just allow yourself to enjoy a bit of experimentation and find out what works best for you.

I’m gonna go enjoy my meditation in my place in space now…

Peace out.

Your Place in Space

If you might like to get a look-see under the hood to see the inner workings of your higher self and how you really fit in the cosmic sacredness of the perfect flow of the universe in all its divinity, you can come along with me as we clear our minds and begin to envelop ourselves in the unfiltered power of the universe.

If you haven’t done this before, be aware this exercise may well be outside your comfort zone, but if you’ll bear with me for a few minutes, you might be able to take a look beyond the veil of existence which you have sort of become accustomed to.

If you can see beyond the life you’ve allowed yourself to be restricted to and constrained by, you might be able to imagine what else is out there, and instead of asking, “Why me?” or feeling as though you’re not worthy or good enough to enjoy the best things in life in real and meaningful ways, you can start to ask yourself, “How much better does it get?”

To imagine the universe, as it is, and your sacred place within it, can be quite a stretch for you, so before we go there, let’s review what the universe looks like to you. Do you have a sense of how our planet is perfectly suspended in space, revolving around our sun, spinning at over a thousand miles per hour, amidst the stars and perfect synchronized clockwork of our ever-expanding universe?

Do you have a sense of curiosity, hopefulness, safety, security, or freedom when you look at pictures of space and the cosmos?

When you see aerial photos of Earth, can you see how amazing our planet is? From this vantage point, can you see how less significant your anxieties, challenges, and troubles are?

Can you see how very little matters from here, especially from a space-eye-view? From here, all the things that seem so important and meaningful to us, don’t hold much emotional impact as they do when our feet are firmly planted on the ground.

As you may have guessed, you will be joining me on a trip to this place in space, if you care to dare to.

To get ready for this little trip out to the universe, imagine a space-eye-view of our galaxy as it is, spinning perfectly in space.

With your eyes closed feel yourself, your conscious self, rising out of where you are sitting, right now, and rising above and beyond our planet.

Feel yourself soaring out into space, beyond the Milky Way, out into the vastness of space’s expanse, and allow your thoughts to expand into this space feeling as though you are one with all that is.

You are everything and everywhere out here in the universe, and ask yourself where you are. What is this place? In this place, who are you now? What are you now, in this moment?

Here, you are pure consciousness and love. From here, all those things which concern you so much from Earth, just don’t seem to matter anymore.

The media, the news, injustices what have occurred to you and others, the tragedies which plague our planet, society, religions, politics, all the drama, financial struggles, any stress and strain associated with life does not exist here, in this place. You are fully free and in the full energetic flow of all that is.

Allow your conscious to linger in the vastness of this place for a moment, try to take in the full awareness of all that is, without any limitations, and bask in the unrestrained expansiveness.

Now, slowly, allow your awareness to descend back to your awareness here on Earth, back to this room, this time and place in space, and the environment you’ve become so accustomed to that you call it home.

Allow a moment for your consciousness to reacclimate to your awareness of being home, then open your eyes.

Having had this very minimal fanciful excursion, how do you feel now?

Are you feeling more peaceful and serene than before the exercise?

If so, you are on your personal path to expansive evolution.

If you can allow yourself to engage in this exercise of basking in the presence of your place in space, even for just a few moments each day, you will notice things begin to change, things inside you, all around you, and all over the world, are changing in harmonic response to your new perspective.

You will find yourself reacting to life differently. Things that used to make you upset, lose their energetic control over you, as you become more aligned with your desire to feel at peace and experience joy in this life.

You are less likely to judge others, who (as you are increasingly able to recognize) are all doing the best they can with what they have, not unlike any of the rest of us.

This is a significant step outside of yourself as you begin your awakening process with the ability to see beyond the veil of existence, for life is so much more than simply existing for you, from this point forward.

May you be blessed on this new, exciting journey.

Where do you go from here?

I don’t know.

You tell me.