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Mind/Body Healing Dr. Robert Weissfeld About NeurOntogenics

Exciting research over the last 15 years has shown that the outer membrane structure of every cell in your body is a unique, semi-crystalline matrix. This means that every one of the trillion plus cells in your body has an ideal resonant frequency, much like a crystal glass that rings its own special note when struck.

The Harmonic Resonance Effect

The consequences of this stunning discovery of resonant frequencies is enormous. It is a secret key that unlocks the hidden door to why some ill people can quickly regain their health – and others can’t. This discovery reveals why the ideal resonant frequency of each cell can  only  be sustained or regained by consuming h advanced nutrients that are also at their ideal resonant frequencies.

This dynamic interaction between the cell and the nutrient creates a highly beneficial, harmonic resonant effect in which the cell is able to ingest not only the nutritional factors but can also absorb the higher resonant frequencies embedded in the nutrient.

Falling Out of Cellular Harmony

In contrast, consuming nutrients that are synthetic or that have degraded resonant frequencies (from nutrients that have been poorly grown, pesticided, contaminated with chemical additives, etc.) will necessarily dampen your own cell’s resonant frequency and if consumed repeatedly, will result in a lowered frequency (meaning poorer vitality) of the cell.

The “Seems Good But Isn’t” Hypothesis.

The irony of this situation is what we call the “Seems good but isn’t” hypothesis. German research shows that consuming a synthetic or degraded nutrient may initially stimulate the cell’s DNA and initially, produce an enhanced effect – so it “seems good.” However, their research showed that after initial stimulation, the DNA of the cell then deteriorated faster. So the initial effects of poor degraded nutrients (translated to feeling better, more vitality, etc.) were actually short-lived and encouraged more rapid aging of the DNA and consequently, of the cell. This is why we call it the “Seems Good But Isn’t” hypothesis.

Cell Resonance

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