There is a theory that our thoughts are somehow encoded in our tissues, that they retain a “cellular memory.” This remains the forerunning explanation for odd occurrences in the lives of organ donor recipients who experience strong food cravings such as a Connecticut woman who after receiving the heart of an 18 year old boy suddenly began to crave beer and chicken nuggets.
If organs do carry evidence, even anecdotal, of cellular memory, it gives credence to the psychometry of objects holding the “thought patterns” of their owners. That a skin cell is a cell that can hold our thoughts is truly amazing.
What is more amazing is the wisdom of the ancients who knew this instinctively without the benefit of a modern medical miracle to give this idea weight. Though there is still no empirical evidence of this actually occurring, I believe it will be proven to exist outside the cell, in its own photosphere. “It” being the consciousness of the person.
We as people have this holographic consciousness that can both impact the whole of consciousness as well as tap any part of the collective conscious, in the past, present and future.
The now is where the center is.
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