HOW TAPPING WORKS
1. Tapping stimulates the primary cell tubules, which in turn stimulate the chakra structures.
2. This causes 'broken crystals' in the chakras (they containing emotional content) to re-connect and lose their trauma feelings.
3. This simultaneously affects the trauma strings. Depending on the points tapped, either the ribosomes shrink, and /or the gene histone gets healed. The 9 gamut point is optimum for histones.
What is the function of a ribosome in a cell?
Specifically, translation is protein synthesis by creating a chain of amino acids linked together by polypeptide bonds. Ribosomes are composed of two different sub-units, called the large sub-unit and the small sub-unit. Both sub-units are composed of rRNA and protein.
Within cells are small, dense structures known as ribosomes that catalyse the assembly of protein chains. The ribosome accomplishes the reading of the messenger RNAs and the binding of amino acids to the transfer RNAs to build up the protein structures. This process is called translation, a word that seems appropriate since it translates the four-character alphabet of the bases used in the genetic code to proteins built in the twenty-character alphabet of amino acids.
The ribosome is a complex of over 50 proteins plus its own complement of RNA, often denoted rRNA.
There are free ribosomes that are suspended in the cytoplasm of the cell, but many of them are attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum associated with the nuclear envelope of the cell.
|The ribosomes in prokaryotic cells are free floating structures, there being no nuclei in such cells.|
"If genomic DNA is the cell's planning authority, then the ribosome is its factory, churning out the proteins of life. It's a huge complex of protein and RNA with a practical and life-affirming purpose - catalyzing protein synthesis. Bacterial cells typically contain tens of thousands of ribosomes, and eukaryotic cells can contain hundreds of thousands or even a few million of them" (Borman)
Histone: In biology, histones are highly alkaline proteins found in eukaryotic cell nuclei that package and order the DNA into structural units called nucleosomes. They are the chief protein components of chromatin, acting as spools around which DNA winds, and play a role in gene regulation. Without histones, the unwound DNA in chromosomes would be very long (a length to width ratio of more than 10 million to 1 in human DNA). For example, each human cell has about 1.8 meters of DNA, (~6 ft) but wound on the histones it has about 90 micrometers (0.09 mm) of chromatin, which, when duplicated and condensed during mitosis, result in about 120 micrometers of chromosomes.
4. Unlike tapping, regression directly affects trauma strings; it indirectly affects the chakra's 'broken crystals.'
In biology we dissected a heart and our teacher told us the heart strings can sometimes break after a deep emotional trauma causing the human heart to lose form, and as a result, overtime, be unable to pump blood effectively. It's called "Broken Heart Syndrome."
5 TOUGH LESSONS EMPATHS MUST LEARN.
1. Take care of yourself first. You can't help others when you are broken.
2. Putting up boundaries may distress others. Do it anyway.
3. If a situation is painful, you must get out.
4. Sometimes you can't help the one that you want to help. You can only help when that one allows your help.
5. You can't save everyone. You can only save the one who wants your saving grace.