The Link Between Your Heart and Your Genes

Epigenetic principles

The effect of your emotions and beliefes on your genes

How your heart/emotions influence your gene expressions

Charan Surdhar

She is a geneticist turned epigeneticist. Charan got a BSc degree in Microbiology, and a MSc in Human Genetics, after which she worked in the field of genetics for 13 years, identifying genetic mutations for a whole host of genetic diseases and contributed to many scientific papers as well as textbooks. During this time she became interested in the mind-body-soul connection, as a result of personal struggles. These personal struggles, allowed her to grow spiritually, and pushed her to learn more about mind-body-soul connection. She left the scientific world, but taking her scientific mind with her, she was inspired to learn various modalities. Using these techniques to now help others to come to realise this connection themselves, and allow their own healing capabilities to be awakened.

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Trina P. de Leon

Speaker said the heart has the same frequency as the earth. Based on my research on Schumann resonance, it has around 7.8 hz. The heart of a baby beats at 120 bps or 2 hz. An adult could have a range of heartbeats around 85 hz plus or minus. So I estimated this to be around 1.5 hz, correct. So did she mean both earth & heart are low in frequencies even if the numbers are not the same?


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