The past, present, and future of cellular memory

Have you ever wondered the reason you tend to gravitate toward things you would really rather avoid? It may have to do with cellular memory. While not a conscious, cognitive type of memory, cellular memory may be more powerful than originally believed. Thought to be carried on protein strands in a cell's nucleus, cellular memory (different from genetic transmission via genes and chromosomes) can push you toward exhibiting behaviors, often at a subconscious level. And you can choose some of the cellular memory you create....


This seminar is designed to heighten your awareness of cellular memory.  You have no control over the cellular memory you received from your biological ancestors (or from an organ transplant, for that matter) but to some degree you control the cellular memory you create and which can be passed along to your biological descendents. An increased understanding can provide you with an expanded framework of knowledge within which to make healthy personal and behavioral choices. 


cellular_memoryThis seminar can be presented in one 50-minute segment.


People who are interested in understanding more about cellular memory (Epigenetics) and its impact on aspects of daily living.


Upon completion of the seminar, participants should be able to:

  • Describe cellular memory
  • List four areas of life that may be impacted by cellular memory
  • Identify behavioral choices that may be related to cellular memory
  • State examples of transmitted cellular memories
  • Briefly describe your role in developing cellular memories

Presented by Arlene R. Taylor PhD
Brain Function Specialist, Realizations Inc