JZ Knight’s Gladys and the Telomere Effect in the News
“The Telomere Effect” describes how state of mind, sleep and diet impact health. CBS News, January 3, 2017
“In the book ‘The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer,’ Nobel Prize-winning molecular biologist Elizabeth Blackburn, who was part of a team that discovered how telomeres protect the chromosome, and health psychologist Elissa Epel claim that specific practices including eating well, sleeping well and a positive frame of mind “can help reduce chronic disease and improve well-being, all the way down to our cells and all the way through our lives.”
“ ‘It’s in our control. That’s what was so exciting,’ Blackburn said Tuesday on ‘CBS This Morning’ … Telomeres appear to respond to what’s going on in your life, the authors say.”
“ ‘Telomeres are listening to your thoughts,’ Blackburn said. Which is why, of the approximately 65,000 thoughts our mind processes a day, it helps to be aware of the negative and positive styles of thought.” Read Full News Article
JZ Knight on Gladys, Telomeres, and your Thoughts
Students of Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment learned about this science over a decade ago in JZ’s delightful presentations on the colorful “caretaker of our cells’ health and longevity” that JZ endearingly named, Gladys.”
“What would happen to Gladys if you started to say: ‘For as long as I can remember, I have lived in a part of my brain that I have had radiant health; for as long as I can remember, my wellness and longevity are in my genes; for as long as I can remember, I have always had radiant health’?
“Gladys would say, ‘I think I will move the nucleus of the cell over here. Looking good. No more amino acids turning into proteins of destruction. No more teetering on one telomere. We are doing fine!’ ”
– JZ Knight
Excerpt from JZ Knight’s presentation at RSE,
Yelm, WA. February 25, 2006
JZ’s presentation on Gladys and The Quantum Physics of the Miraculous are important parts of RSE’s Class 101: Remarkable Mind – available live and online. RSE students learn the art of how to apply this science simply and effectively in their everyday lives.