Is DNA activation real?

Question: I’m very interested in getting a session from someone but unsure what type I would benefit most from. While surfing online about it, I came across a lot of people offering DNA Activation. I can’t tell if this is a real thing or not from the reviews I’ve read and I was wondering if you had any knowledge/opinions of this? – Kristin

Answer: I don’t know anything about DNA activation. But I can give you a general answer about how to determine if something is legitimate.

First, the reviews are helpful. If you trust the reviews posted on someone’s site, that’s a good start.

Second, I would try to find someone who has had the procedure done and get a personal testimonial from them, ask them questions, etc. Try to find at least 3 people.

Third, make sure it’s something you really want to get. Make sure the outcome is something you are really seeking. Some people go to psychics for a mediumship reading. Bad idea. Go to someone who specializes in what you need done.

Fourth, talk to the practitioner, ask your questions and share your concerns or if the person is too busy, look for a FAQ on their site.

Fifth, ask your gut. Does the person seem legit? Does their website look professional? Do they have any certifications or are they accredited? Have they written a book?

And lastly, make sure that after the procedure you’re going to actually notice or feel a difference. You don’t want to buy snake oil. Is there some measureable way to determine if you got what you paid for?

Good luck!

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