We take a lot of technology for granted that not so long ago would have seemed like something straight from a sci-fi movie, from smart speakers we ask questions to fitness trackers we wear on our wrists. The more we discover and learn, the more these futuristic ideas that once seemed impossible become reality.

For the past 5 years, I’ve taught that memories, especially traumatic ones, are passed down from generation to generation, greatly shaping our health and wellness. The critics have been quick to chime in that there is no empirical evidence of this, but a few years ago they were proven wrong when multiple studies were released confirming that trauma memories are passed down in the sperm. This was big news in my field, especially, because it implied a level of connection between generations that had previously been the subject of mockery.

Even more exciting is new research from Tel Aviv University that is way beyond what I could have dreamed of seeing on Star Trek when I was growing up. I honestly think this discovery may be the holy grail of self-help and psychology. The title of an article reporting the study in The Jerusalem Post should give you a clue: “Nervous system can transmit messages to future generations.”

The article reported how Professor Oded Rechavi with the university’s Sagol School of Neuroscience was featured in the peer-reviewed scientific journal Cell to explain the new capabilities he had discovered in RNA (ribonucleic acid) molecules. We hear a lot about DNA, but not so much RNA. RNA molecules are like the body’s messengers, and their messages help your body decide how to regulate itself.

The Tel Aviv University team discovered that RNA molecules can send instructions for adaptation or malfunction to future generations and that these signals can influence different physiological processes. In other words, your positive life experiences could cause another human being to have better life experiences, just as your negative experiences could cause them to have unconscious trauma.

While this research is very new, Professor Rechavi believes it will eventually be proven in humans. I don't doubt it because I’ve been helping my clients do a version of this for several years.

While his study was based on experiences, my programs are based on memories. Your experiences are filtered through your millions of memories to determine your response, and the unconscious mind is especially sensitive to negative memories. If you change the memory, you change the perception of the experience, and that in turn changes the signal your memories send.

This is something we’ve already seen in action. A Scientific American article titled, “The Era of Memory Engineering has Arrived,” reported how researchers instantly changed the physiology and behavior of an animal —with no training or time lapse—by altering its memories. This has been a 100-year quest for scientists, and at the time of this article they believed it would never be possible with humans because the method they discovered involves brain surgery.

While we don’t yet have the empirical evidence to support these implications, all discoveries always start with a theory, just like the research from Tel Aviv and the study on memory engineering before that. I’m told that approximately 40 percent of all pharmaceuticals in the Physicians Desk Reference list the mechanism of action as “unknown,” meaning we only know what it does, we don’t know how. I’ve been helping people for years without proof of how memory engineering works, but I have the numbers to prove that it does.

My Memory Engineering method is the result of three decades’ work and is a simple 10-minute process that can be done from the comfort of your home in your pajamas! Through it you can change your memories and your perception, which in turn changes your physiology.

I’m sure you’ve heard the term “breaking the cycle.” Breaking a negative generational pattern is a difficult and wonderful thing. This exciting new research shows the potential for something even greater: the ability to remake the cycle, not only for ourselves, but for future generations.

Have a blessed, wonderful day!

Alex

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