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The Genie in Your Genes: Epigenetic Medicine and the New Biology of Intention

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  • Posted April 14, 2010

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    Classic Guide to Healing Power of Epigenetics

    THE GENIE IN YOUR GENES is a book that is so well written, so well researched, and so inspirational that it is destined to become a classic. While the term epigenetics is not yet a household word, it is definitely a word worth learning, along with all it implies with regard to our health. Bringing the old "nature VS nurture" discussion into the 21st century, we are now in a world in which the human genome project has mapped some 24,000 human genes. Just like a map, this DNA information provides us with only the barest comprehension of what is going on. We are just beginning to understand some of the factors that trigger disease in one person but not another when both carry the same genetic DNA.

    The key to understanding epigenetics comes from grasping the concept that the genes each human inherits at birth is just part of the picture. How those genes express (or do not express) is vitally important as well. There are many factors outside of our DNA which have a great deal to do with switching various genes on and off, and GENIE IN YOUR GENES explores a phenomenal range of ways we can greatly improve our health and well-being through things like diet, meditation, acupuncture, belief therapy, EFT, prayer and even the way we feel about our relationship with our Creator.

    GENIE IN YOUR GENES presents an exhilarating review of some of the most recent research in epigenetics in such a way that provides readers with a map of how to better ensure good mental, psychological and physical health. Packed with pertinent information and factual details, GENIE IN YOUR GENES gives down-to-Earth, practical advice anyone can follow who seeks new inspiration and ideas for improving our health that we can initiate and maintain on our own.

    I give GENIE IN YOUR GENES my highest recommendation, and encourage you to be sure to get at least two copies of this outstanding book -- one for your bookshelf, and one to loan.

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  • Posted March 17, 2010

    Energy Follow thought...Energize yours!

    I was delighted to see such a comprehensive, informative and enlightening approach to energy medicine.
    As an acupuncturist and herbalist I know that energy medicine and holistic care need to be integrated into Western medicine to resolve our health crisis. Drugs, stress, toxic environments and foods are ruining us. Western medicine only offers to mask the symptoms and by default the health of our society worsens decade to decade.
    No one explains energy medicine better!! His thorough, yet easy to understand chapters' discuss the mechanisms and how to's of several protocols. I am not a rocket scientist so I was happy that I could easily follow and understand some of the more complex theories.
    This book not only discusses the A-Z's of energy medicine but gives history, research and how to's.
    It is stacked with scientific proof and experiments that amazed me.
    I liked that the chapters were broken out clearly and concisely. It gave me a clear understanding of how these modalities started, how they are used and what there potential could be to improve patient health care.
    This book is a great reference and informational resource for anyone dissatisfied with their current state of emotional or physical health.

    It is a great tool for western physicians, health care workers, alternative practitioners, and the public. The references and index section are extraordinary.
    I can't count the number of dog eared pages I have. Pages I want to go back to re-read, to draw from and to share with others. I learned a lot personally and professionally. Teachings that I want to share with family, other professionals, and patients.
    This is a very meaningful work that can not only change minds, but changes lives.

    This was a complimentary review copy.

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