January 2, 2021

genetic memory past lives

Great great grandparents. For example if you are say, British and you dream that you are living in India and even speaking the language then it can't be genetic memory. lol I wish! I'm always very curious about what dreams are and how they could relate to another dimension or alternate experiences. Using a computer metaphor, we could say that the brain comes “loaded” with preinstalled software. I thought long and hard about this and came to the conclusion that if a child sees a parent in pain, then that child will have a surge of Adrenalin caused by panic and hurt seeing their parent in pain. thanks for coming back. The researchers discovered structural changes in the areas that detect the odor both in the brains of trained mice and in the brains of their offspring. and, it may explain ??? In sum, the biological is predisposing, the environment is determinant. I will update when I get more information. As I said above, many people believe that this could be caused by reincarnation. I was going to say there is some research now that shows muscle tissue in your body can actually 'store' memory that can be triggered later by other events. How exciting if it was true! Liz Elias from Oakley, CA on February 18, 2017: The funny thing about my dream, is it didn't have any 'past times' elements to it. However as they learn they pass this knowledge on as well. PLR is, in fact, the phenomena of recalling details, events and people, from what seem like previous lives lived. :D. Nell Rose (author) from England on February 19, 2017: Maybe you were scared by a bat when you were small? So let’s say reincarnation is a fact and you are a new soul, your first life. Would love to know what the babies memories are for the time they are their mother's womb. generations through something called genetic switches. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/10486479/Phobias-may-be-memories-passed-down-in-genes-from-ancestors.html, https://epages.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/deep-dna-memory-theories-can-we-remember-our-ancestors%E2%80%99-lives/. hitting shells to break them, so I did it too. I have looked to see if any of our relatives went to live there, and was surprised to find a few had headed out to Canada many years ago! This is where the confusion comes into it. What else do unborn babies know?? What traps us is not the memory itself but not knowing that we have the power to reconfigure those memories, to re-invent ourselves. One of the key ideas to understand the concept of genetic memory is that the experiences, learnings, and themes experienced by the species, by races, peoples, families, etc., contribute and nourish this network of memories. Why on earth would I dream that? It can refer to the genetic code of DNA, epigenetic changes of the genetic material or the inheritance of instincts. (2020, May 22). that will allow their children to inherit the experience of the … Get it? In other words sort out the wheat from the chaff as my mother used to say. You mean the repetitions of negative memories that, so to speak, have us trapped. Liz Elias from Oakley, CA on February 16, 2017: It just dawned on me that there is a brief bit about genetic memory in the. If this is the case, we might be talking about explaining many of the “irrational” responses of humans such as phobias. • In the 1975 Doctor Who episode The Ark in Space, an insectoid species known as the Wirrn possess a form of race memory as part of a hive mind. I am still looking for a connection in my family tree about this one, but there are other dreams that definitely point to Genetic Memory. I ran in my dream, and remember seeing a sign on a wall. Nell Rose (author) from England on February 17, 2017: Hi Lizzy, yes you could be right. Remembering doesn't have to be genetic, or not completely. Nell Rose (author) from England on November 06, 2017: Mary Norton from Ontario, Canada on November 06, 2017: What an intriguing concept. And then I looked up the theory online, and guess what? There has never been a real study of dreams. This is the first time I've heard of this so now that I am more conscious, maybe I'll read my dreams from this perspective. Then Dads mother and father. When we think of our ancestors we tend to chose the ones that we know about. Not by showing their offspring as theses are usually chased away not long after leaving the nest. 27 APRIL 2018. For starters there is you. Recessed memories from past lives which are manifested through hypnosis and glimpses of such in altered states etc are a different phenomenon to genetic memory. I did also read recently of a Biologist who theorizes the idea of the 'soul' could be explained by 'Genetics' (naturally I'd probably disagree, but the discussion would be fascinating! we were wearing furs, and I was watching my 'mother?' Okay? Can you imagine falling asleep and dreaming an ancestors memory? Blueprint, Memory Bank, Inner space In biology, memory occurs if the state of a biological system depends on its past history in addition to the present conditions. Past-life memories are memories that a reincarnated character gains from previous incarnations of their soul. It is implied that genetic memories of people's past lives are transmitted this way and that the accumulation of said memories is slowly driving humanity insane. And then we have a family of Knights! Really? This concept is used as part of the main plot of the video game Assassin’s Creed, and as part of the science fiction saga Dune. For me, all those who take sides blindly to genetics are those who will sooner or later defend racism. I was a 17th century oldish woman with a small child. I was learning by watching. After a couple of years of this, the dream never happened again. The famous Swiss Psychotherapist Carl Jung, termed the collective unconscious as a broader concept, a type of genetic memory shared by individuals with a common ancestor or history. Nell Rose (author) from England on November 14, 2016: Thanks Flourish, yes that's so true! “I would personally encourage myself to conclude that while there may be a biological predisposition (I would not say genetic memory) the environment predisposes behavior. That we are, lotus flowers that stand out and shine from the stagnant waters of negative genetic memory. Interestingly, this was not the case with the Goodchild brothers, whose memories were not genetic but simply communicated from their previous versions in … But the strangest and I think the most amusing part is, I am myself. I felt what she felt, and saw what she saw. All I have to do is look at one side of our family. lol! Mary Wickison from Brazil on November 01, 2016: I have never heard of genetic memory but I can see how it is possible. Your email address will not be published. Joined: Jan 23, 2011 Messages: 14,171 Ratings: +1,157 Religion: Stoicism. How can an individual develop despite this genetic memory in case it is negative? I also dream of flying, and often wonder if I had a go at that flying dancing thing (rather like learning to skydive but people use the air to push them up to fly dance) I would love to know if I could do that! I have also always loved going out on the sea whenever I visit the coast. Haha. We are those beings who create the experience that we are living. If you want to accept it OK, but I suggest you do the math. I believe they came back a few times to visit our family. If you have read about the law of attraction, it is interesting. so darn real! This can be easily seen in animals. Take a notebook to bed and if you have a dream that you believe is from your ancestors write it down as quickly as you can on waking. (below). Shauna L Bowling from Central Florida on November 15, 2016: I've had recurring dreams that ended years later (in the future) when the exact circumstance or setting came to life in my real life. But that's another story. What if your great great grandmother had been attacked by a wolf/bear/cat and had physical scars? Seems simple to me. SIGNE DEAN. Still hoping its a direct blood line though! Stepping away from dreams and humans for a moment, let's look at birds. thanks as always lawrence, nell. Our life experiences may be passed on to our children and our children's children - and now scientists report that they have discovered that … Genetic memory: The Scientific Basis for Past Life Regression? And to be honest I do think that's the case sometimes. Rochelle Frank from California Gold Country on November 01, 2016: An interesting possibility to consider. Let’s see how they did it: Researchers at Emory Medical University in Atlanta trained mice to be afraid of the smell of a blossoming cherry tree using electrical shocks preventing them from breeding during that training period. With genetic research now proving the inter-relatedness of all racial branches of the humanity – we are all related at some point in the past with Caesar, Sitting Bull, Nelson Mandela, Confucius and Uncle Tom Cobbly – the genetic transmission of memory would be a sensible transport mechanism for Jung’s theory. I could see my arms which were very muscular. But what of my dreams and what did I discover? Still, you are connected with certain areas of that vast memory and you are pulling information that does not come from your own experience in this nor past lives, that is the interesting thing about this concept. yes I totally understand you on that one Suzette! Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on November 03, 2016: Such an interesting and engaging hub about genetic memory! Well I could go on, but the other dreams that have had a real impact on me have to be checked out first by continuing to follow my family tree and see where my ancestors lived, worked and loved. And how come you can ride a horse really well in a dream yet in real life you have never even got near one as you live in the city? Below are the real-life stories of James Leininger and Cameron Macaulay, two children who believe they have lived before. Can't even look at pictures of them or on TV!! FindMyPast is a great site, its brought thousands of family members to my tree. Good hub. thanks for reading, nell, Thanks avorodisa, glad you liked it, nell. If this memory is recorded in genetic material and inheritance is established through cell division (mitosis or meiosis), it is considered genetic memory. But its unlikely. The human brain is an electrochemical machine (computer) that responds to stimuli and is programmed for patterns of experience based on one's DNA codes. I remember just feeling 'there' but no real thoughts like we have today, it was pretty weird! I often wonder why I dream that I can play the piano effortlessly-- when I have no experience with pianos. However, it is also true that, within what has been most studied, we find the fact that basic emotions are apparently in the genetic bundle, as protection mechanisms, these emotions are fear, anger, joy (not happiness since that is a mental constructive process), and sadness. Yes you do! Thanks Anusha, how lovely! Nell Rose (author) from England on October 24, 2017: Thanks Patricia, yes we are fine thank you, how you doing? Because you can't pass down a memory after the child is born. In terms of changing and transforming our lives despite those memories, of course. On its face, genetic memories made far more sense than memories of past lives. Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by The Sum of Awe, May 24, 2012. With vast concepts and still not completely studied, and even controversial among the same experts, genetic memory is considered today an incipient field of study that can help to understand a variety of processes in biology and psychology by which the genetic material confers a memory of the history of an individual or a species. Another interesting article from you Nell. I would encourage you to state that genetic predisposition in behavioral issues has a burden lower than 25%. So why not memories? According to Telleria, it is important to distinguish between two concepts: The genetic/biological predisposition: That which is in biological memory. Once they grew up, their offspring showed the same fear responses to cherry blossom, very different reactions to other types of odors and all of this without having experienced them previously. What if we dream we are in prison, or being thrown from a horse? The precepts of National Socialism relied heavily on genetics to support the idea of a pure race. Thanks for bringing these ideas to our awareness. That dream has stayed with me all these years. but will have to go look it up! Nell Rose (author) from England on January 04, 2017: Could be Lizzy? There are quite a few! Grandparents. These were a family of Knights who came over just after William the conqueror from Flanders! I will have to look it up, and thanks for reading, nell, Thanks John, I wish mine were abstract sometimes! The selection of organisms that have genetic codes for the production of better-adapted proteins results in the evolution of the species. Anusha Jain from Delhi, India on October 24, 2017: I don't remember having any dreams which could connect to my ancestors. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Now, your thought provoking article makes me long to explore this issue. My connection is through the Langford family. and pretty weird too! Then your mother and father. This is why in the Hindu mystic the lotus flower is such a suggestive symbol. Nell Rose (author) from England on November 02, 2016: Thanks Ruby, lol! A new scientific study found that our DNA transmits information of experiences of fear and stress from generation to generation. You have made this entertaining, interesting and fascinating as always... good to visit my old pals. I grew up loving Castles. That adrenaline may be the glue or power that installs memory in DNA sounds quite obvious to me. And of course there is the the problem of birth. While researching this I came across these amazing old films. With vast concepts and still not completely studied, and even controversial among the same experts, genetic memory is considered today an incipient field of study that can help to understand a variety of processes in biology and psychology by which the genetic material confers a memory of the history of an individual or a species. This leads to the old debate started by the Greeks about what aspects of personality one inherits and what aspects one learns. Treathyl FOX from Austin, Texas on November 01, 2016: Am I dreaming my ancestors' memories? Hope all is well with you and yours.. Angels are on the way this morning ps. Nell Rose (author) from England on November 17, 2016: Hi Shauna, yes me too! When we relax and open the mind, it can provide us with much more information than we thought possible. In this way, an individual would carry the memories and personalities of his ancestors, and these could be recovered, either by an unconscious urgency or by the use of appropriate technology or training. I do believe its one of two things. I believe there is always something going on in my subconscious mind. I always appreciate your articles about dreams, reincarnation and similar subjects. Unless of course you have an Indian ancestor. I do believe in rebirth and I have had visions of strange places while in zzz-land. Its an exciting time! Hi jo, thanks for reading, yes me too! In the article, she explores the idea of epigenetics, which she states: "is the notion that genes have memory and that the lives of our grandparents -- what they breathed, … thanks as always, nell. I was looking out of a mullioned window. Some family tree links are still missing from all of the search sites. Example: Alcoholic father -> son raised in social surroundings that lead him to be an alcoholic. What if all your dreams, or at least some of them are just showing you snapshots of your ancestors lives? In population genetics and evolution, genetic memory represents the recorded history of adaptive changes in a species. lol! ScienceDaily. It will be an interesting subject to follow if and when scientists do manage to find the secrets of our Genetic Memory. And maybe his or her nose, followed by the way you walk and, well you get the point! In other words, a deep reservoir of untapped knowledge is resident within our own genetic and cellular memory. There are no past life … I do believe genetic memory is the answer, they just don't finance the study of it but they should! There are things we cannot see for ourselves and we need other people to show us, to support us, to guide us, to help us when necessary. The first dream that I had which made me feel that something more was going on began back when I was a teenager. I have never thought about the role adrenaline plays in all this but it is an interesting line to think about. According to the Telegraph, Dr. Brian Dias of Emory University’s psychiatry department said, “From a translational perspective, our results allow us to appreciate how the experiences of a parent, before even conceiving offspring, markedly influence both structure and function in the nervous system of subsequent generations “. Liz Elias from Oakley, CA on January 04, 2017: Hmmm...perhaps genetic memory and/or reincarnation explains my morbid fear and phobia about those slithering legless reptiles whose bite can kill...and whose name I don't even like to say or type, so bad is the phobia. One learns to behave and environmental conditions (family, society) can activate something biophysically determined. Humanity is a biogenetic experiment or dream It's all physics and math. To become free from that or to disconnect from that is a very … So memories do not have to be from before the birth of the child it can be from family members, neighbors or just about anything going on around them. If you find even a tenuous link you could always get in touch with that local parish church or council. (O.o) :) I'm pretty confident however, that's not what my dreams are made of. It is one of the most revolutionary and explosive ideas, of course, also uncomfortable, which are beginning to emerge and gradually become entrenched in our way of thinking about our human condition. that will allow their children to inherit the experience of the ancestor! I do believe in genetic memory and I believe I have experienced it once or twice. This has to be my favorite! The Collective Unconscious: Our Genetic Memory. University of Michigan. Every time I go on vacation I have to check out the castle nearby and go in search of the famous Knights of the time. yes that Indian market! There are many cases that show children who are in fact recalling their past lives. Why did you dream about being on one of those old sailing ships from the say, 18th century? So I wasn't surprised to find a fabulous historical ancestor by the name or names of The De La Beche family. If it was only in the genes - then memories of a complete life wouldn't be able to be passed on through the genetic make up. This of course, when we stop playing the victim. Of course this was many years before my dad was born, but maybe there was a slight genetic memory there?

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