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The Emotion Code, Epigenetics and Angelina Jolie – could it have prevented the Mastectomy?

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With all the recent news that Angelina Jolie had a bilateral mastectomy, to prevent having cancer because she was told she was more likely to get breast and ovarian cancer, I have been thinking deeply about our beliefs regarding illness and well-being. It has also made me realize how important getting this information about Epigenetics and the Emotion Code out to the public is.

Why do I feel this way? Because less than 10% of cancer has a hereditary basis to it! We are still living in the old paradigm where genetics was thought to be the major contributory factor that causes cancer. What we now know is that it is our environment, both internal and external, that influences whether we get cancer or not.

What are these factors? They are our emotions and our beliefs, these then influence our perception of the world and this is a huge contributory factor to whether a cancer develops or not.

Emotions are energy and as such they can get trapped in and around our energy field - this includes all parts of us, including our DNA.

Each gene isn’t read in one way, it can be read in 30,000 different ways and this is critical information. Why? Because if we know this, then we know that we aren’t victims to our genes but we actually have control over how our genes are read. By releasing our “filters” i.e. our emotions and beliefs we begin to perceive the world and our environment differently and this influences how the genes are read, leading to positive gene expression. Of course the environment also includes our nutrition and exercise too.

I have no judgements about the actions that Angelina Jolie has taken, but it has made me more passionate about wanting to get this information out to the world and to also bring awareness about the physical, mental, and emotional levels. Having a mastectomy doesn’t mean that the underlying issues have been released that can cause the cells to go cancerous.

This is a testimonial I had from a client who had a lump in her breast:
"I’m so thankful for Charan and her work and really can’t recommend her highly enough! I had some therapy with Charan recently after finding a lump in my breast, I’d had some discomfort and pain for a while and something didn’t quite feel right. After a few weeks I finally went to see my doctor who confirmed there was indeed a lump and referred me to a specialist on an emergency basis. While waiting for the appointment I decided to do some work with Charan as I’m a strong believer in the benefits of energy therapies and really wasn’t looking forward to going to the hospital! During the session Charan released several trapped emotions and psychic traumas many of which were related to a surgery I’d had around 10 years earlier to have breast implants! The surgery was very traumatic and I went into shock afterwards but had no idea it would be in any way related to the pain I was currently experiencing! At the end of the session Charan asked how the pain in my breast now felt and I was absolutely amazed to find it had gone along with any sign of the lump! I was absolutely elated and so relieved! I went to my appointment with the specialist anyway just to be absolutely sure and was so happy when the surgeon said he couldn’t feel any lump at all and I had an ultrasound scan and a mammogram both of which were completely clear! I’m so appreciative of the work Charan did with me and I continue to work with her on a regular basis for other issues I want to clear in my life."

For a long time we have become dissociated from our bodies and our body parts. Angelina’s actions have highlighted how our collective societal consciousness comes from this place. It is about recognizing that we are “whole”. When we can work as a “community of cells” rather than dissociation, then it can help us to come to a place of healing and see any symptoms as messages from our body and that there is a disconnection somewhere.

Releasing trapped emotions can contribute towards helping us to come back to wholeness, which is our natural state.

Our bodies are the manifestation of our consciousness. We can live in harmony with our bodies by listening to the messages it gives us. This could mean having medical treatment alongside energy work. In the end it is whatever the body needs to come back to health. We are already whole, we are never broken, the messages from the body are telling us something, so let’s listen and one by one we can come to a place where we influence the collective. As the individual is the collective consciousness, and vice versa, we all influence each other…we are truly One.

Would being aware of this information prevented Angelina Jolie from having the double mastectomy? I don’t know, but what I do know is that she has made me want to get this information out to the world. I know deep down, in my heart, that this information and using the Emotion Code can change lives.
We aren’t victims to our genes….period.

Thank you for reading and allowing me to share my thoughts.

More on Epigenetics here in this video:

Bruce Lipton
, discusses Cancer and Epigenetics:

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4 Comments to "The Emotion Code, Epigenetics and Angelina Jolie – could it have prevented the Mastectomy?"

  1. Gia Parsons

    May 19, 2013

    Thank you Charan, from the depth of my heart for doing what you do. Your articles are so inspiring, truthful and so apt for me personally. At 26, i had a mastectomy, which was a huge wake up call to the power of what my emotions and environment could do. I did not have the gene either, so this was even more of a shock and proof of how epigenetics works. Having refused the rest of my chemo and radiotherapy, I went on to make a full recovery by releasing my emotional baggage and re educating myself; particularly on the power of our beliefs. At the time, I did not have all the tools I do now, and was therefore unable to heal myself through energy medicine solely, yet I have since "done the work" and know profoundly that our genes DO NOT dictate the dis-eases we MIGHT get. I have no fear of it the cancer coming back.
    I too feel so passionate about getting this truth about epigenetics out there. I have been bombarded with emails from friends saying how inspiring Angelina is. I've experienced a real mixture of emotions since hearing this. She did the best she could do with the knowledge that she has - and I totally admire her courage for that. This has also highlighted the enormous amount of awareness that needs to go into sharing this amazing truth of genes NOT dictating our health. I wish I had the fame factor to be able to speak up about this; therefore influencing mass belief systems! But with the help from great people like you, divinely sent healing modalities like the EC, we WILL get this message out!
    Gia X

  2. Gia

    May 20, 2013

    Thank you Charan, from the depth of my heart for doing what you do. Your articles are so inspiring, truthful and so apt for me personally. At 26, i had a mastectomy, which was a huge wake up call to the power of what my emotions and environment could do. I did not have the gene either, so this was even more of a shock and proof of how epigenetics works. Having refused the rest of my chemo and radiotherapy, I went on to make a full recovery by releasing my emotional baggage and re educating myself; particularly on the power of our beliefs. At the time, I did not have all the tools I do now, and was therefore unable to heal myself through energy medicine solely, yet I have since "done the work" and know profoundly that our genes DO NOT dictate the dis-eases we MIGHT get. I have no fear of it the cancer coming back.
    I too feel so passionate about getting this truth about epigenetics out there. I have been bombarded with emails from friends saying how inspiring Angelina is. I've experienced a real mixture of emotions since hearing this. She did the best she could do with the knowledge that she has - and I totally admire her courage for that. This has also highlighted the enormous amount of awareness that needs to go into sharing this amazing truth of genes NOT dictating our health. I wish I had the fame factor to be able to speak up about this; therefore influencing mass belief systems! But with the help from great people like you, divinely sent healing modalities like the EC, we WILL get this message out!
    Gia X

  3. Aolastair

    May 24, 2013

    I have to disagree with the epigenomics theory to a degree. While there are cases where epigenomics are causal in some cancer but I have to say the dismissal that hereditary is not a major cause of some cancers is laughable and dangerous for readers. When looking at cancer one has to be very thorough and consider all causal possibilities. Stem cells are not the total answer for cancer it would be far better to use stem cells and a scaffold to grow say a whole new Liver and then remove the tumor carrying Liver and replace it with the new Liver that only takes weeks to grow. When following this methodology there is no need for anti rejection drugs. Simply introducing stem cells to the human organism has not had a lot of success really. We also have to consider Pharmagenomics and nutragenomics etc
    Alastair

  4. Mary

    May 24, 2013

    The videos are not attached for me - are they missing?

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