Julie TwoMoon, NMD
When I found the Regenetics Method, I had never heard the term DNA activation. Almost two years later, the practice and experience of DNA activation is a cornerstone not only to my professional life but to my own deep healing and transformation.
I assume that, like me a couple of years ago, most people reading this have no idea what DNA activation is. Only recently did I realize just how confusing a simple Internet search of DNA activation can be.
Prompted by my husband to define how what I offer is different from what else is out there, I spent a day reading websites of those who offer DNA activations which are not part of the Regenetics series. What I found was truly surprising.
Let me say that I have not received any of the healing methods defined by others as DNA activation. In fact, I have no intention to do so. I am biased towards Regenetics because my personal Regenetics journey and what I have observed in others experiencing this work have shown it to be a method both for healing and for restoring all that is inherently embodied in the true self. Regenetics elevates our potential such that we are poised to access and take part in the most magnificent representation of life possible on this plane.
What I offer here is my professional (as opposed to experiential) critique of what is purported to be healing through other forms of “DNA activation.” I found there are some stark differences between DNA activation techniques. The first and most striking difference between what I have trained to do and what many others offer centers on the healer’s perspective on who is doing the healing.
Most of the sites I came across placed great emphasis on the talents of the facilitator, guru, healer or sage. I found sites giving an elaborate account of how a given “healer” would—while in a highly meditative state—delve into your Highest Self and, once there, use his or her abilities to deduce what was needed and then heal the recipient based on what had been discovered.
This kind of language immediately evokes in me a response akin to, “Oh, no you won’t!” It’s not that I am averse to taking instruction, or to guided intuition, but I soundly reject the idea that someone with a catchy website is going to delve into my Highest Self and tell me what I need … which, of course, only the healer can provide.
My understanding of true self is that it represents our core, God-linked being. It is ourselves in co-creation with God, and therefore, the idea that a stranger is going to sit in higher order than myself with regards to the real me is somehow offensive.
In my opinion, such posturing is the metaphysical world’s equivalent to all that is wrong with medicine in general. We don’t need healers who assume positions of dominance by pretending to possess God-like knowing; we don’t need healers who need to be revered, feared or bowed to.
In all my time in medicine, and at healing ceremonies of all kinds, none of the true healers I have ever met needed to be regarded in this fashion. In fact, if you read the words of Black Elk, who by all accounts lived deeply in connection with forces of profound healing, the non-egoic writing is clearly on the wall for would-be healers: “I am not a medicine person, I am just a dumb Indian.”
We don’t need another guru. Healing is something that happens in relationship between you and Creator, not your guru and Creator. Authentic healing is a process by which your connection is restored resulting in a foundational change that allows your body to be guided by its innate wisdom to restore itself.
In essence, we facilitate our own healing. The person outwardly facilitating the healing is just that, a facilitator, a go-between. A true healer is someone who has accepted responsibility for standing in love and compassion, for holding your highest healing in his or her intentions, and for doing all this unattached to what happens next.
Should you revere your healer? Maybe, the way you revere others who have helped you. But should you place them above you? Should you give away your power to healers? Obviously, for anyone on the path of self-mastery, the answer is clear.
Of course, not everyone offering DNA activation was so blatantly setting themselves up as a guru. Some claimed that the activation of DNA could be effectively facilitated by simply entering deep meditation and “commanding” God/Creator to activate and heal what was not functioning in the DNA, mitochondria, chromosomes and such.
I first must express, in the ways I have been taught, one never “commands” Creator to do anything. We ask for help, we pray for blessings, for assistance, for mercy and compassion, but we don’t command, demand or direct.
What I find even more inane in this line of thinking might be illustrated thus: if simply demanding help created help, then the decimation of indigenous cultures throughout history would have never happened, we would never have seen great floods or huge wars, and no one would die of cancer, vicious infections, or any other major maladies.
It is not only ignorant but dangerous to assert one has merely to command correctly for all doors of healing to open. In my opinion, it has never been and will never be this way.
Sol Luckman has always inspired me with his commentary on co-creation. He describes the deep resonance of taking part with Creator to allow for unified participation in healing, in accessing our best life, in our prosperity, relationships and all else.
It is dangerous to assume God-like status in commanding any outcome, dangerous because we need relationship with God. In fact, this is what so profoundly generates the healing we so deeply seek. Abdicating that for some elevated sense of personal power and command over life strikes me not only as dangerous but a little unhinged.
My last and surely not least observation of many DNA activations available is this: few seem to offer any real medicine at all. By this I mean, they appear to be conglomerations of logical thought coalescing modern big ideas of sound and intention into easily marketed packages of healing events for which there is often no history, no science, no spirit and no higher guidance.
Recordings of 528-Hz tones to listen to as you sleep, preselected vibrations with binaural beats to reset your DNA, individual selected tones to harmonize you to be listened to on MP3 or CD … What exactly is going on here?
By contrast, while intelligently acknowledging science and contextualizing itself in that framework, Regenetics also draws from the most ancient understanding of healing, working systematically through our entire being—unifying body, mind, emotions and spirit.
There are no Gold or Platinum packages, no super soul healing, no past lives to work on next, no auras to cleanse before or after. Why? Because Regenetics is a totality of healing that needs no other levels. It isn’t for fashion or show; it is for reclamation, restoration and redemption.
DNA activation techniques abound. Truly, there are many paths to healing. Do I have the only path? Absolutely not. Do I have an authentic one? I am certain with every fiber of my being the answer is yes.
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Julie TwoMoon, NMD, was educated at the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she received her Naturopathic Medical Degree and a Masters of Science in Oriental Medicine. Visit her website at http://www.sevendirectionsmedicine.com. Request her free ebook, AUTHENTIC HEALING, here.
DISCLAIMER: The Developers and all Facilitators of the Regenetics Method offer DNA activation as educators and ordained ministers, not medical doctors, and do not purport to diagnose, prevent or treat illness of any kind. Regenetics Method information and sessions are offered, and accepted, as exercises of freedom of speech and religion. The Developers and Facilitators of the Regenetics Method make no recommendations, claims, promises or guarantees relative to specific health challenges. You are solely responsible for your own medical treatment and care.