Musings on Body Cells … by Alice ..

Revised; originally published on 3 June 2013 

  • Bright Cells … 12-Stranding
  • Cells Before the 12-Strand Experience

Dear Ones,

A few more thoughts on body cells:

BRIGHT CELLS … 12-STRANDING

I wonder if the body cells are getting more sentient, what with the intensity of the incoming light? If so, maybe listening to their song (can you hear it?) will be a clue to keeping our 12-strand DNA active. Maybe the sad little song I sometimes hear them sing has to do with being momentarily confined to ‘2-strand’ mode. It’s as if their DNA collapses into itself — sort of folds up, becoming more dense — when they’re unhappy. The light in the cells gets crammed tight, and they’re just not happy about this cramped feeling…. like the folks in the phone booth, they want to get out:

Video: Young people cramming into a phone booth in London: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORDxLEtsT9I ..

Or, it’s like this time-lapse video of a pink rose blooming. When the cell is unhappy, its DNA becomes ‘two-stranded’ — it collapses in on itself like the rose does in the middle of the video. Then when the cell is happy, the DNA blossoms out into 12 strands again:

Video: Robert Maddock Rose opening and blooming, copyright Neil Bromhall: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mhyoza_VfH8 ..

CELLS BEFORE THE 12-STRAND EXPERIENCE

But before they experience 12-strand, maybe our cells just want to stay in the box — no matter what! Like Maru, who apparently really loves boxes:

Video: The cat Maru trying to get into smaller and smaller boxes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XID_W4neJo ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

See “Communicating with the Cells and Organs of Your Own Body,” by Magenta Pixie, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dObkjtH0Ywk ..

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12-strand, DNA, body cells, cellular joy,

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