DNA Contains Codes for Evolution?

dna contains codes for evolution
Inside each and everyone of our cells is an amazing blueprint containing all of the information to create you again.  Scientists have identified 2 strands of these amazing building block storage containers of life and call them DNA or Deoxyribonucleic acid, the molecules containing all the genetic information and instructions for your being.  So, what about these other strands which scientists have not identified as useful…the one’s commonly called ‘junk’ DNA and now refer to softly as noncoding DNA?   Did you know that somewhere around 98% of all human DNA fits into the category of noncoding DNA?  Only 2% accounts for the genetic functions and life-building codes we are familiar with.  We do know that some of that 98% has functions such as translation regulation of protein-coding sequences, but what is the rest for? Is it possible our DNA contains within it codes for our evolution as a species?  Is it possible that by activating our noncoding DNA we would start to experience reality very differently?

Many mystics, philosophers and spiritual teachers agree that the key to our evolution as a species lies within our DNA.  If all strands of DNA were active, we would have 12 strands. According to some, each strand correlates with a different dimension of consciousness, or a different perspective by which we can experience this reality.  Those who study and practice DNA activation techniques say the 2 basic DNA strands keep us at a very dense, physical structure and perspective of reality, but as we activate more DNA, our bodies change to become less dense and more ‘full of light.’  This state can be recognized in beings known in spiritual and religious traditions as ‘ascended masters’ with glowing halos and radiant skin.  As evolution in consciousness occurs, and DNA ‘turns on’ it is speculated that this would mean a transformation from a carbon-based matter body, to a silica-based, and finally a crystalline liquid-light pre-matter state body, where the body would glow with light.  According to sources, most of us have approximately 3-3.5 strands activated, allowing  for the experience of only three dimensions of reality.

The Reality of our DNA

Our DNA is bundled, often ‘packed’ in there, and scientists speculate that because of this tight bundling we are unable to gain access to some of it.  Recent research reveals “When the body is ‘stressed,’ as scientists euphemistically put it, these bundles sometimes come unpacked. They de-tangle themselves, and make themselves available.”  This could be likened to what they call post-traumatic growth.  Yes, post-traumatic growth.  I just became familiar with this concept while researching an article about healing through virtual reality.  Game creator Jane McGonigal discovered the ‘post-traumatic growth’ phenomenon while studying what causes people to express more of their fullest potential.  So in our application here it is suggested that stress may actually help to unbundle dormant DNA.  Hmmm.  This is news to me.

What are the implications of this?

Whether you believe in multiple dimensions of reality or bodies changing from carbon to crystal is beside the point.  From this one clue alone we can determine that stress may actually have evolutionary impact on us and not necessarily be something to avoid.

Benefits of Stress

If you look at basic physical evolutionary theory it states that adaptation to environmental changes is key in the survival of a species. It is not the strongest nor the fastest that survives, but the most adaptable to stresses.  This must be true as well for the evolution of consciousness.  So, it is not just the stress itself that causes growth, but instead, like the creation of diamonds, adaptations must occur in order to use the stress for evolution.  In the process of becoming a ‘more advanced expression’ carbon finds itself uncomfortably under at least “435,113 pounds per square inch of pressure at a temperature of at least 752 degrees Fahrenheit (400 Celsius).”  Carbon, in this case, turns to a glowing crystalline structure through high levels of stress to its form.  Interesting.

According to sources, activating your dormant DNA grants you access to all sorts of abilities before unavailable to you such as:  gaining access to a higher potential for yourself, using more of your brain capacity, awakening latent talents, enhancing immune functions, regenerating your body, releasing negativity and utilizing psychic abilities.

So how do we create the kind the effects stress seems to have on our process of evolution without the stress? And if we do experience stress, how can we remember that it is our ability to adapt that is more important than the removal of the stressor? How do we activate dormant DNA strands in order to access the codes for the evolution of our consciousness that they contain?  Can you activate your own DNA?

Some say yes, you can activate your own DNA, others believe you need the assistance of one who is familiar with the process to guide you.  There are tools available on-line such as multi-dimensional soundscapes and so named ‘experts’, though it may be simpler than we think.    Some teachers suggest that it is as easy as increasing the amount of love, gratitude and praise expressed in one’s life.  By starting to see more beauty, speak more praise and recognize more regularly the things you are grateful for, dormant potentials begin to unlock.

Research has identified 3 areas of the brain, the Broca’s area, Wernicke’s area and the planum temporale, which all relate to speech and auditory functions of language as well as music and art.  Modern day mystic Almine believes these areas of the brain have further potential in activating dormant DNA strands, and can be ‘turned-on’ by expressing emotions such as gratitude, love and praise in their highest sense both verbally and bodily.  Experience of those who have practice this report a ‘greater sense of interconnectedness with all that is‘ and ‘an expansion of consciousness beyond previous limitations of mind.’

Perhaps it is as simple as game creator Jane McGonigal’s findings in her suggestions to create the benefits of trauma without the trauma.  Reaching out to at least one person per day, stopping every hour to pay attention to your body and stretch, engaging in calculated tasks and activating the emotion of adoration (or love) – (her suggestion was looking up cute baby animal images on Google).  All of these suggestions seem to correlate with our gratitude, love and praise theory.  Can the activation of dormant evolutionary codes contained within our DNA be that simple?  I hope so.  For my sake and the sake of society!

Do yourself a favor, as you finish up this article, reach out to someone, stand up and stretch, blink your eyes exactly 25 times and look up baby platypus on a Google image search.  Do this again tomorrow with slight variations and every day find at least 10 things you are grateful for.  Praise your friends for how great they are.  Love yourself more than you did yesterday.  Let’s make this world a better place by activating codes contained in our DNA, for our own evolution and the evolution of the planet.  It’s simple and it’s in your hands.

Written by: Stasia Bliss

Sources: Eternal Light Energy; I09; DNA Activation – Ascended Relationships; Wikipedia; How Stuff Works; Brain Centers; Almine Diary

34 Responses to DNA Contains Codes for Evolution?

  1. letitbe June 25, 2013 at 4:50 am

    Read it Stacy, weep, then go and get yourself an education.

    http://freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2013/06/23/stasia-bliss-disgraceful-phony-fraud-and-quack/

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  2. romeo_echo June 24, 2013 at 9:05 pm

    You must be joking, right? Please get rid of “Stasia Bliss” — this crystal-waving charlatan has nothing intelligent to say about either health or science… Come ON!!! This has to be some sick, delayed April Fool’s prank, right? Nobody with an IQ over 50 could pretend to understand one word of this, right? Or is the under-50-IQ crowd the target of the Guardian Express?

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  3. Chris Wilson June 24, 2013 at 3:21 pm

    You guys should be sued by the real Guardian newspaper for using their name, and making people think that the actual Guardian has anything to do with this ridiculous codswallop

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  4. William T June 24, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    I agree with the above commenters – this is rather disappointing to read under the banner of the Guardian.

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  5. Robin June 24, 2013 at 11:05 am

    “As evolution in consciousness occurs, and DNA ‘turns on’ it is speculated that this would mean a transformation from a carbon-based matter body, to a silica-based, and finally a crystalline liquid-light pre-matter state body, where the body would glow with light.”

    [insert Picard facepalm meme]

    I think the author of this piece needs to be made aware that “Star Trek” is not a factual documentary series.

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  6. Rob June 24, 2013 at 10:30 am

    I offer to be your science editor. I am a science teacher and actually know some science. I can make it interesting and easy, but probably not this entertaining. I will certainly be less wrong, which will make the Guardian Express look less dumb.

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  7. LC June 24, 2013 at 9:16 am

    Science editor. Wow. There’s practically nothing you can say about this piece — it’s a shining monument to wackaloonery. From a science editor. It baffles the imagination.

    The only question is whether the senior editors at The Guardian care enough about the integrity of their publication or about their readership to do something about this.

    SCIENCE editor.

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  8. foolishwolf June 24, 2013 at 9:02 am

    Can I have this job? I would be better at it. Then again, blank pages would have been a dramatic improvement so that’s not saying much.

    Maybe Stasia could write for the not-science and not-health columns instead?

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  9. proterozoic June 24, 2013 at 8:06 am

    Aaaah! The stupid burns!

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  10. Alpha Male June 24, 2013 at 6:51 am

    Ms. Bliss, what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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  11. FrankO June 24, 2013 at 6:42 am

    How on earth does something this scientifically ignorant get published under the heading “science”. Has the Guardian seriously degenerated into some sort of comic?!

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  12. Mark Taylor June 24, 2013 at 5:46 am

    Shouldn’t this be saved under the tag – Bovine Defecate?

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  13. Andy June 24, 2013 at 5:42 am

    As Thomas Gray’s wrote in “Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College”:
    “Ignorance is Bliss” (and Bliss is living embodiment of ignorance)

    How does someone with absolutely zero knowledge of science become a science editor, seriously is this the standard that we should expect from all Guardian Express articles?

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  14. snagglefritz June 24, 2013 at 5:00 am

    Do you make money out of this stuff, or do you just do it for laughs?

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  15. Electric Monk June 24, 2013 at 2:17 am

    What amazing drivel! If this is science I’m a small purple frog named Zarathustra. This “science” journalist should be fired. Whoever hired her should be fired, and whoever hired that person should be fired too.

    Where ever I access science news (or any other news), it will no longer be the Guardian. Not so long as they continue to employ science journalists whose only knowledge of DNA is how to spell it.

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  16. col mac cormac June 24, 2013 at 12:17 am

    Terrible, ill-educated, ill-informed ignorant nonsense.

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  17. Mark June 23, 2013 at 11:40 pm

    This article is an example of why Guardian Express cannot be taken seriously as a source of News.

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  18. beta June 23, 2013 at 10:44 pm

    This reads like a mish-mash of ideas that have been largely discredited by the scientific community but persist in the minds of the media.
    “So, what about these other strands which scientists have not identified as useful…the one’s commonly called ‘junk’ DNA”
    This is not only a poor example of grammar, it is a poor example of science.

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  19. Hirtius June 23, 2013 at 8:55 pm

    Ms/Mrs Bliss, a budding biologist you certainly are not.

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  20. Alanzo Hern June 23, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    Really?

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  21. Nomad June 23, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    Why on earth would someone writing about the nature of DNA only reference the thoughts of mystics, philosophers, and spiritual teachers? And then a video game designer? Stasia, did you ever consider consulting someone who actually knows something about DNA, or did you intentionally avoid that because they would have told you that this entire article was garbage?

    And you’re the senior editor for science and health? Well, that makes it clear that I’ll never look to the Guardian Express for anything relating to either of those two subjects.

    I just want to highlight some of the most ridiculous parts of this. By “activating” other DNA strands we can turn ourselves into a silica based life form. Even there Stasia screwed up. The popular alternative organic chemistry for science fiction concepts is silicon based. Silica is an oxide of silicon, like carbon dioxide is an oxide of carbon. Yet somehow we don’t refer to ourselves as being carbon dioxide based life Silica, roughly speaking, is sand. And Stasia here is suggesting that we can turn ourselves into sand by activating our other DNA strands. Who here thinks that that sounds like a good idea, even if it weren’t incoherent nonsense?

    Secondly this part is just too good not to quote. “crystalline liquid-light pre-matter state” Do any of those words mean anything? Or are they chosen new age buzzwords slung together to try to achieve some kind of meaningless newspeak singularity?

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  22. Garnetstar June 23, 2013 at 4:42 pm

    First we had “Cystic fibrosis is the victim’s fault for not making the choice to be healthy”, now this. How can Bliss be allowed to write on science? Two displays of astounding ignorance has to be enough: what are her editors thinking?

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    • Darren George June 23, 2013 at 6:52 pm

      Only two? You should look through the rest of her work- Aids in Africa, according to her, has been completely defeated by herbal remedies, and NASA has confirmed that staring at the sun can turn you into a superhuman with no need to eat.

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  23. Gordon Campbell June 23, 2013 at 4:19 pm

    What you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

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  24. Mona Albano June 23, 2013 at 4:15 pm

    And that’s why Newage rhymes with “sewage”–all DNA is two-stranded. Some segments of the two strands code for fragments of protein. Others don’t but control when the strands become active. Still others are repeated segments. Some are so badly damaged that they will never produce anything again. Some are endoviruses, the product of viruses that have written themselves into our genetic code. The DNA molecule is like a ladder, except that it’s twisted. It is not a cable where more ropes could be laid in. There is no room for a third half of the ladder to fit in let alone ten more halves.

    This is the worst kind of anti-scientific drivel. If Ms. Bliss can’t evaluate the reliability of science reporting vs. scam artists, she needs to resign or be fired.

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  25. Tim of the US June 23, 2013 at 4:13 pm

    This was a painful-to-read affront to science. For me to correct the false material in the article would take several times the text of this article. No, there aren’t more strands. No, the number of strands do NOT determine how many dimensions we can comprehend/perceive nor imagine. It’s just so insufferably arghh-ispiring.

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  26. Lancelot Gobbo June 23, 2013 at 3:23 pm

    Please send her back to do an O-level in Biology! This is complete and utter rubbish.

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  27. Pete UK June 23, 2013 at 2:57 pm

    Bliss needs to go. This is new age blather of the worst kind. It’s a disgrace. If the editor is worth his salt, he should take action immediately to salvage the credibility of his rag.

    That’s how we’ll know you’ve read these comments.

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  28. pktom64 June 23, 2013 at 2:49 pm

    Surely Stasia Bliss being Senior Editor of Health and Science is a prank… I mean, come on people!

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  29. mykroft June 23, 2013 at 2:46 pm

    This is not information, this is scientific dis-information. The reader, if they accept this garbage, understands the world far more poorly than before reading this dreck. My recommendation? Fire Ms. Bliss and hire someone who actually understands not only science, but responsible journalism and the importance of credible references.

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  30. sachiwilson June 23, 2013 at 2:45 pm

    Good grief. What a laughable fraud Bliss is.

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  31. dgf June 23, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    The author has no clue about biology, not even grade school… Disgusting joke of an article

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  32. oolon June 23, 2013 at 2:26 pm

    “Saved under Family, Health, Science

    I don’t see joke, april fool, trolling… If this is a serious article can someone explain why anyone should see The Guardian Express as anything other than a pseudoscientific rag!?

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  33. Darren George June 23, 2013 at 2:22 pm

    What have you been smoking? Seriously, your description of DNA is so far off of the mark, that Deepak Chopra himself would tell you that you’re babbling unscientific nonsense.

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