I want to talk about the spiral, the double helix awareness of consciousness. This is where it really comes down to. We don’t know this and we don’t have a good way of recognizing it. If we study a cell on this level, we’re not typically studying it as it is active, and we certainly aren’t studying it within the context of the cells around it.

The specific parts that I am talking about have something to do with the DNA, what the DNA does, what kind of role it plays in the cell, and if there is anything to be said about its position within the cell, relative to either the other chromosomes within the cells or the chromosomes of the surrounding cells.

The DNA coils. This is obvious because when you look at it, you even see how this works. They are conduits. They are biochemical conduits like electrical conduits. That’s what they do. They move the consciousness. They move the chemical process through the cell. When they talk about these things being turned on and turned off and things like that, they are talking about the physical manifestation in the DNA.

The DNA can’t be passive in there. It is performing functions, and the functions are not just relative to the presence of or lack of a particular element or something like that. It has something to do with either the sequence of four specific molecules or how they line up relative to each other along the chain of the chromosome. They exist in pairs.

When we photograph them or when we look at them, we’re just looking at largely dead cells. They just are some sort of representation of what’s going on in a dead cell. We are not looking at live DNA as it is performing an action where we know what action it is. So we have been able to photograph these chromosomes using little movies and things. We know that the cell constructs this. It’s a little thing that goes up and down the chromosomes and helps them divide but actually will break them apart as it moves through.

The information in these chromosomes creates all this stuff. It’s like all these things and all this knowledge and information are contained within each cell.

Is it possible that these chromosomes line up in some way (I’m thinking physically line up)? It may not be a line but maybe some other pattern. I mean, how would we know? If, for instance, all of the chromosomes in the cells in our chest form a spiral around the heart, will there be a literal pathway of energy made out of chromosomes in alignment?

You know how it is in nature. It is a rough alignment. It’s not a perfect alignment. There might be perfect alignments using some Fibonacci formula. But what if that type of thing exists around each of what they call chakras? What we used to think of as the great mysteries of life, we often find out what is going on. There are many great mysteries of life. For instance, da Vinci would find sea shells on top of mountains and he couldn’t figure out what is going on. He kept wondering why there are sea shells up there.
Now that we know that the tectonic plates have moved and things have happened, it no longer seems so bizarre because we now understand how it happened. Just that knowledge changes how we perceive the whole planet, the biosphere. This is the actual structure underneath it. It is moving around. What was ocean floor becomes mountain top and what was mountain top will become valley.

We know this now and that gives us some perspective and also helps us to measure the time that it has been, the time it takes for these things to happen. We have a lot of ideas, not a clear picture but at least an outline of what’s going on in the world. We know how the continents have moved around, and we can certainly trace this.

All these stuff have become fairly clear. We know that there was one continent and that it drifted apart. It has happened several times, drifting apart and drifting back together again.

We see that the earth goes through cycles. It’s not just an annual cycle, but there is a larger cycle that it goes through also with the shifting around of the continents. We have all these things going on all around us.

We can figure out how the earth has been spinning and how lopsided it must have been. We know how its orbit was getting more erratic or elliptical. We also know whatever it was doing when, for instance, the ground started to shift around, the plates started to separate, the mountains started to form in the Himalayas, and the valleys and the great troughs formed in the Atlantic. All these things happened as the Americas drifted away from Europe and Africa.

We can see this. We can also see how it happened. What we can’t see are certain things, a little bit more in line with our own personal evolution, in other words the secular pattern of humans. It looks as though there may be a number of ways that the cultures on the planet and the biological evolutionary process can go. It could be that a lot of planets support some form of life. There may be secular patterns associated with those forms of life relative to the type of planet and the distance from the star and that sort of thing.

We are clearly not alone in the relative size of the sun and the distance from it in our orbit. There are obviously many other planets that fall into this within, for instance, galaxies. It happens many times. But in the life of a galaxy, does one planet’s population, biomass, make a difference? I have to say that it does.

I believe that each and every cell in my body performing at optimal is one thing. Some of which are performing optimally and some of which are performing adequately and others are underperforming. If we have that kind of mix, it becomes harder to manage the functions, and the overall health is poor. But if every cell is oriented towards creating the same kind of outcome that the greater organism wants, then we have harmony; we have a cause for celebration and potential growth.

So are we contributing to the happiness of our galaxy? Are we contributing to the happiness of our solar system? Are we contributing to the happiness of our planet, of our city, and of our family? Are we actively participating in our own happiness?