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Cells are composed of four types of very large molecules: complex sugars (polysaccharides), fats (lipids), DNA/RNA (nucleic acids), and proteins. The cells require each of those four types, but proteins (100,000 plus) are the most important single component for living organisms. Lipton describes each protein as a “linear string of linked amino acid molecules comparable to a child’s pop bead necklace.”. Each bead represents one of the 20 amino acid molecules used by cells and because each amino acid has a slightly different shape, each of the beads in the necklace has a slightly different shape. The shape that each protein takes is impacted by the physical pattern defined by the sequence of differently shaped amino acids and the interaction of electromagnetic charges among the linked amino acids. Most amino acids have either a positive or a negative charge. Like charges cause molecules to repel one another; opposite charges cause molecules to attract each other.) (Lipton, Bruce, PhD. The Biology of Belief. P. 52-60. CA: Mountain of Love/Elite Books, 2005)

Memories have been instilled in all your cells. If you receive someone else’s cells, you receive the memories encoded in those cells,too. (Chopra, Deepak, MD. Ageless Body, Timeless Mind. NY: Harmony Books, 1993, pp 22-25)