New Scientific Study Suggests ‘Memories’ can Pass Generationally

Aloha,

 

BBC News posted an article recently about an important study performed by Nature Neuroscience.

 

In this study, researchers anchored mice to associate the smell of cherry blossom to feeling afraid. Later, when those mice had “grandchildren,” those grandchildren were afraid of the cherry blossom smell!

 

According to this article, “Experts said the results were important for phobia and anxiety research.” Here is the link to read more.

 

This is fascinating research. In our NLP Master Practitioner Trainings we teach we teach how to use MER® /Time Empowerment® to release unconscious negative emotions and limiting decisions from the past. (Many of my students share with me that they feel their negative emotions have been passed down to them genealogically!)

 

Thanks for reading, and a special thanks to Kevin in Boston for sharing this article with us!

 

Mahalo!
Dr. Matt

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