WE ASKED DENNY JOHNSON WHAT THE BASIS WAS FOR HIS PHILOSOPHIES There is a well documented time called ‘the first hour’ – referring to children’s first hour after sleep. The universal sleep cycle, which is a cycle we all follow, phases through beta, alpha, theta and delta. Adults go to delta in minutes but children up to 16 stay for one hour in high amplitude alpha. Children seek out in the dream state (alpha)
how to resolve issues and, as a result, they do not develop into a character deficiency. For instance, when they hear the story of the three little pigs they work out what to do when the wolf chases them. This is of course transferable to things other than wolves. Fear of abandonment is a big motivator of behaviour. If a child goes through enough repetitions related to this, it helps them to resolve it so that the fear is not with them as adults. Stories like Hansel and Gretel are perfect for this. If it is possible to use the telling of fairytales
at night to help young children to clear dysfunctions before they are adults, it is an opportunity for us to do a great service to our own families. Children love that contact anyway. If the parents have difficulty finding the time, they can make a recording in their own voices and play that. Science is beginning to confirm that lots of
things other than body parts are transferred from generation to generation with a genetic basis. It appears that time-based gene codes for things like predisposition to suicide, for instance, can be transmitted. The genes, in effect, have a calendar on them and they open up at the predetermined time. There is a genetically confirmed tendency toward lots of things. Alcoholism, suicide and smoking come to mind, and there is some evidence that
jealousy may be at the root of diabetes. Yes, it could be brain chemistry or unresolved fear at a deeper level which leads to the compulsion of smoking or alcoholism – so there may be behavioural patterns that lead to different symptoms – but we don’t know that they don’t have a unique combination of genes behind that. How do we help? We don’t want to start
suicide counselling at age 6, but there has to be a clear mechanical solution as to how to overcome the difficulty before it happens, and this is where fairytales come in. If we can make even a little bit of impact it’s worth doing. Fairytales can clean the gene code and
resolve physical diseases before they manifest. It’s extremely difficult to change adults. I focus most on helping families with kids under 8 (and up to 16) to use that first hour (which is Nature’s gift to parents) to get them to heal. Science recognises that somewhere between the ages of 7 and 8 the brain goes through a change and is no longer receptive to fairytales in the waking state... that symbolic part of the brain closes and is almost impenetrable except for that first hour of sleep. So, after the age of 8, we are no longer accepting of those stories, except for entertainment, as they no longer change our inner topography.
WE ASKED DENNY WHETHER THERE WAS ANY SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT HIS HYPOTHESIS THAT FAIRYTALES CLEAN THE GENE CODE. No – there is no scientific evidence to tell
you that, but some years ago I spent time in Sweden ‘unravelling’ deformed infants out of deformity. The two most important things to help were touch and stimulation for up to four hours a night on fairy tales, which is like watering the roots of the brain. So I can’t say if it changes the gene code, but it is my experience and belief. When you are actively engaged in something, you find answers in that field. I don’t find answers relating to other fields of endeavour. I work with kids and families, and so I get the epiphanies in that area. Children are the answer for the future.
HYPNOSIS FOR THE HEART
open to all cardiac patients and is part of a project run by Hypnotherapists Enhancing Life for People (HELP), an Australia-wide, non-profit community service aimed at assisting people in need. “Our hypnotherapists are all accredited clinical members of professional associations and are bound by a code of ethics”, says HELP’s founder Leon W. Cowen. In 2004-05, 18 per cent (approximately 3.5 million) of the Australian population
had a long-term cardiovascular condition, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. While improvements in medical care and treatments have reduced death rates from coronary heart disease, for many people, stress and lifestyle patterns are among the risk factors known to contribute to both the development of cardiovascular disease and to recovery. There is a growing body of evidence in Australia and overseas that mind-body
interventions, such as hypnotherapy, are effective in restructuring behaviours and reducing stress, blood pressure and resting heart rate. Research also suggests that including relaxation techniques may significantly reduce cardiac events during the cardiac rehabilitation phase.
To find a volunteer clinical hypnotherapist near you, go to the HELP website at http://www.help.asn.au/directory.html
and arrange for a free consultation.
CONTACT: Leon W. Cowen, 02 9415 6500, email email@example.com
olunteer clinical hypnotherapists from all over Australia offer two free consultations to people recovering from a cardiac event. The offer is
gemstones. In this story, old fear (evil witch) is trying to consume the boy (masculine body), but is interrupted when the girl (pure innocence) throws the witch into the fire (purification). Boy saves girl; girl saves boy. The union of masculine and feminine overcomes the twin fears of abandonment and poverty. The children eat their fill of the sweet house (love) and return home (body) with riches (higher states of consciousness). This story uses the masculine symbol of ‘fire’ to direct the child’s mind into higher states of consciousness and into a different family line from when ‘water’ is used in ‘The Wizard of Oz’. Coming next issue, practical hints on: • Which stories to use • Grandparents and how to use recorded fairytales
• The bedtime ritual • The first hour
Denny Johnson is touring Australia this August and September where he will give seminars and an inspiring meditation retreat. He is one of the world’s leading spiritual visionaries.
He founded Rayid Iris, which reveals a personality and spiritual view of the iris, and Rayid Birth Order, revealing important insights about our spiritual evolution and healing our family tree. He also writes beautiful fairy tales that consciously transmit light, peace and love to all children in the world. Experience Denny in Brisbane, Canberra or Melbourne.
In the meantime, you can participate with Denny and Elizabeth Jewell, Editor of LivingNow, on the free webinar, LivingNow Live, on Wednesday, 10th August, at 7.30pm Australian EST. Log in to www.livingnow.com.au
and click the ‘LivingNow Live Free Wednesday Webinar’ button on the home page.
Download the July ebooks free from www.livingnow.com.au
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