From the perspective of “new-edge” science, the character of an individual’s aging is primarily a reflection of their subconscious beliefs and not their genetic history. As discussed in The Biology of Belief, the EEG activity of the brain through the first six years of life reveals that a child’s mind is primarily engaged in a hypnotic trance. Consequently, whatever the child experiences or learns during this critical period of development is directly downloaded into the sub- conscious mind.
These acquired developmental perceptions represent the fundamental beliefs that essentially control the biology of an individual for the rest of his or her life. This conclusion is supported by recent medical studies revealing that the propensity of experiencing a disease in adulthood is determined by environmental influences during the periconceptual, fetal, and infant stages of life.