When I began my medical practice thirteen years ago, I had never heard the term DNA activations, and now the term, practice and experience is a cornerstone in my professional and personal life. That being said, I assume many people have no idea what this term references. Prompted by my husband, asking me to define how what we offer is different from what else is out there, I spent a day researching. My goal was to investigate those who claim to offer DNA activation models different to what we offer thru Origenetic Healing. What I found was not only surprising, but in many cases alarming. I have not received any of these methods defined by others as DNA healing, and furthermore, have no intention to do so. As a Physician, I am biased towards the series of DNA Activations we facilitate due to the overwhelming science. Therefore, what I have written here is my professional critique, with the intent not to lead but to inform, so anyone seeking answers could have perhaps a bit more perspective with which to make their healing decisions.
The first and most striking difference between DNA Activations thru Origenetic Healing and what others offer is the facilitators’ perspective on who is doing the healing. Most of the information I found, places great emphasis on the talents of the facilitator, guru, healer or sage. I read elaborate accounts of how the “healer” while in a highly meditative state will delve into your True Self and use their abilities to deduce what was needed and then facilitate based on what they found. This kind of language immediately evokes for me a response akin to: “Oh no you won’t”. I soundly reject the idea that some person with a catchy website is going to delve into my “Highest Self” and tell me what I need….which of course only they can provide. My understanding of our True Self is that it represents each of our core God linked self, it is us in co-creation with God, and therefore, the idea that some stranger is going to sit in higher order is offensive. We don’t need a healer who assumes positions of dominance, grandeur or God like knowing. 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 this way. In fact, if you read the words of Black Elk, who by all regards did in fact live in deep connection with forces of profound healing, even he commonly stated: “I am not a medicine person, I am just a dumb Indian.”
Healing is something that happens in relationship between you and your Creator, not your guru and your Creator. Authentic healing is a self directed process by which your connection is restored, allowing your body to be guided by its innate wisdom. The person facilitating the healing is just that, a facilitator, an in-between. They are the person who has accepted responsibility for standing in love and compassion, for holding your highest healing in their intentions and being unattached to what happens next. Should you revere them? Maybe, the way you revere others who have helped you in life. Should you place them above you? NO. Should you give your power over to them? NEVER.
Not everyone offering DNA activations blatantly set themselves up as a guru, some appeared to indicate the activation of DNA could be effectively facilitated by simply entering deep meditation and “commanding” God 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” God 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. I am further prompted to illustrate what I find more inane of this thinking is: if simply demanding help created help, then the decimating of Indigenous cultures throughout history would have never happened, we would never have seen great floods, huge wars, 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. It has never been and will never be this way.
I am always inspired by commentaries of co-creation. The deep resonance of taking part with our Creator to allow for unified participation in healing, in accessing our best, in our health, our relationships and everything else in our lives. It is dangerous to assume God like status in commanding for any outcome, dangerous because we need relationship with God, that is in fact what so profoundly generates the healing we so deeply seek. Abdicating this for some elevated sense of personal power and command over life is insane and dangerous.
My last and surely not least observation of most, if not all, purported DNA activations available in the wider world is this: I couldn’t find another model offering any true medicine. By this I mean, they are conglomerations of new age thought coalescing with modern big ideas of sound and intention, packaged and marketed as healing events to which there is no tradition, no history, no science, no spirit and no higher guidance. Recordings of 528 Hz tones to listen to as you sleep, or prerecorded vibrations with binaural beats to reset your DNA, individual selected tones to harmonize you to be listened to on MP3 or CD.
The model we offer is comprehensive and complete. Origenetic Healing is science based, drawing from the most current demonstrations of particle physics and ancient wisdom traditions, working systematically through our entire being, unifying body, mind, emotions and spirit….then you are done. There is no bait and switch. No up-selling. There are no Gold or Platinum packages, no further super soul healing, no past lives to do next, no auras to cleanse…and why? Because it is a totality of healing which needs no other levels, because it isn’t for fashion or show, it is for reclamation, restoration and redemption…..which is in truth what we are all really looking for.
So, DNA activations apparently abound, and you can take many paths to healing. Do I have the only path? Nope. Do I have an authentic one: I am certain with every fiber of my being the answer is yes.