Epigenetics impact whether a gene is switched on (activated) or switched off. They also control how factors including nutrition, stress, lifestyle, and mindset affect your genes, as well as influencing the genes of your descendants. (LaBrec, Adelle. How to Reprogram Your DNA for Optimum Health. CA:Think-Outside-the-Book Publishing, 2014)

The term Epigenetics means outside conventional genetics. It was coined by the developmental biologist Conrad H. Waddington (1905 – 1975). Waddington treated Drosophilia pupa with heat and observed altered wing-vein patterns. This altered phenotype persisted in the population long after the stimulus (heat) was removed, suggesting that exposure to an environmental factor during a critical developmental window could produce a phentotype-change that could last for a lifetime and that could be manifested in subsequent generations. He referred to this phenomenon as “Genetic Assimilation” or “Epigenetics” in modern terminology. It provides a framework to explain the source of variations in individual organisms and also explains what makes cells, tissue, and organs different albeit the identical nature of the genetic information in every cell in the body. (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11154-007-9042-4#page-1)

All memory is encoded at the cellular level. (McClaskey, Thomas R. D.C., C.H.T., B.C.E.T.S Decoding Traumatic Memory Patterns at the Cellular Level. 1998.) (http://www.aaets.org/arts/art30.htm)

The science of epigenetics, (meaning control above genetics)studies the molecular mechanisms by which environment controls gene activity.It has established that a variety of environmental influences (e.g., nutrition,stress, emotions) can modify genes without changing their basic blueprint and this modification can be passed on to future generations. (Lipton, Bruce, PhD. The Biology of Belief. CA: Mountain of Love / Elite Books, 2005, pp 67-68)

The capacity of living tissue cells to memorize and recall characteristics of the body from which they originated. (D’ Alberto, Attilio, BSc (Hons). Cellular Memory and ZangFu Theory.) (http://www.attiliodalberto.com/articles/Cellular Memory English.doc)

Cellular memory is a form of energy. As with matter, energy is not destroyed so information stored at the cellular level is retained indefinitely. (Pearsall, Paul, PhD. The Heart’s Code. NY: Random House,Inc., 1998, p 231)

Japanese studies: The long-term maintenance of a particular pattern of gene expression through many rounds of cell division or even after cell division. (Hirose, Susumu. Crucial Roles for Chromatin Dynamics in Cellular Memory. 2007.) (http://jb.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/141/5/615)

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