Cell Receptors Read Vibrational Fields: the Work of T Y Tsong
Introduction: We have been studying receptors on the surface of the cells which read peptides, and communicate with the cell’s DNA, giving it further instructions. The receptors, in that sense, are reading messages which can be traced physically back to our thoughts and emotions. It is clear that the purpo
seful direction of our own thought processes and our ability to focus deeply have positive effects on our whole life, including our health. This has been a delightful study. And to finish this week’s offerings of passages of the day, we are looking at the scientific evidence that chemical signals are not the only type of signal our bodies are listening to, on a cellular level. Enjoy, and have a good weekend.
“Receptor ‘antennas’ can also read vibrational energy fields such as light, sound, and radio frequencies.
The antennas on these ‘energy’ receptors vibrate like tuning forks. If an energy vibration in the environment resonates with a receptor’s antenna, it will alter the protein’s charge, causing the receptor to change shape (Tsong 1989).
…I’d like to point out now that because receptors can read energy fields, the notion that only physical molecules can impact cell physiology is outmoded.”