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Reversing Health and Age
AGE and HEALTH
-THINK beyond your genes...
to move to a desired state of health and youthfulness.
Your chance of getting cancer in your lifetime is
By 2030 half of all global deaths will be from cancer. In
real numbers, that is 13.1 million deaths per year.
this devastating disease we need to think differently and we
need to bring many minds together to do this.
Queensland University of Technology’s Cancer and Ageing
ALL ABOUT THE NEED TO CHANGE OUR MINDSET TO AGING
By the time we’re 65, the residual lifetime risk of
developing either stroke or dementia is one in three
in men and one in two in women
(Contributions of The Framingham Study to Stroke
and Dementia Epidemiology at 60 years Study.)
Dementia is the leading cause
of death for women in most countries -especially in
the west. However, it is estimated that anywhere
between one third and 50 per cent of cases are
preventable (San Francisco VA Medical Center SFVAMC
A just published Study (A
decade of changes in brain volume and cognition)
message that we can help protect our brains through
Dr Szoeke (Director of the Healthy Ageing Program at
the University of Melbourne and the lead author of
the new research) said the results were “a bit
scary”: they found the number of brain cells we have
at 50 can predict our cognition a decade later.
“The effect was big,” Szoeke
says. “What it means is we should really be doing
something about it... We are talking about
prevention, and it is really important we prevent
dementia because at the moment we don’t really have
Reversing Health and Age
Transformational (Mindset and Body Clock Reset)
In the last
decade there has been an acceleration in the pace of human
A new breed of neuroscientists and some prominent individuals are
seeking to fast-track development of technologies for people who are
“aging to death.”
greatest medical breakthrough in recent years isn’t the creation of
a new drug or treatment—it’s the re-discovery of how much your mind
affects your health.
Since the beginning of human history, we have
been trying to find ways to stay young. Each of us is born with an
internal biological clock, figuratively speaking, that determines
our life span.
Why do we age?
The human body is made up of cells. Each cell
is like a Lego block, and builds various organs for different
functions. Cells divide to produce new cells for the growth and
repair of body tissues. But cell division is not limitless: on
average, human cells can divide only about 50 to 70 times.
Afterwards, cells will enter a senescence phase when they no longer
divide. At this point, the cells may die, or stay in the body as
malfunctioning cells. This causes our bodies to deteriorate and age.
What happens at the cellular level?
To understand the ageing process, we need to
look deep inside our cells. Inside each cell, there is a compartment
called a nucleus, which contains many strands of chromosomes.
Chromosomes contain the genetic materials that control cell
division. At both ends, chromosomes are protected by caps of
telomeres. Imagine a shoe lace: the telomeres resemble the plastic
tips on the ends of the shoelace that prevent it from fraying.
In our cells, telomeres act as buffers to
protect the chromosomes from damage. But every time the cell
divides, the telomeres are shortened. At birth, we have long
telomeres, but as we grow older and our cells continue to divide,
our telomeres become shorter and shorter. Each time a telomere gets
shorter, the chromosomes are less protected and finally, the
chromosomes are exposed to damage, and cell division stops. We age
because our cells age.
The more stressed you are, the faster you age
In a study published in the Proceedings of the
National Academy of Sciences, it was shown that persons with the
highest levels of perceived stress have shorter telomeres.
Why does stress make you age faster?
Stress releases cortisol in our body, and high
levels of cortisol increase cell damage through oxidative stress.
Cortisol also counteracts an important telomere-lengthening enzyme
called telomerase. So, too much cortisol speeds up the shortening of
our protective telomeres, and accelerates ageing.
Is there any way to slow down ageing?
Recent studies show that lifestyle changes (eg;
diet, meditation) lead to longer telomeres. This shows that we can
actually do something to lengthen our telomeres and slow down
Psychological stress plays a significant role
in ageing. Relaxation is of utmost importance if you want to live
Many studies now suggest that meditation can
help. Meditation encourages people to focus on the present, and
reduces anxiety and distress. By reducing stress, meditation also
lowers our levels of cortisol, and thus reduces oxidative stress on
our cells. Focused breathing, or exercise, also boosts the release
of endorphins that create a sense of relaxation.
So Yes! -Ageing is a process that we can
slow down. But, can we reverse the process?
The exciting field of Neuroscience provides us the answers and
neuropsychology the tools!
Neuroscience, Aging and Health
Neuroscience teaches us that the body is
not a single entity and that its cells
are members of a harmonious community of
trillions of cells, and each cell has
every function of the body in it.
Liver cells aren’t just liver cells.
Each bodily system is present in every
cell. All cells have receptors in
their skin that are tuned to chemical
and electromagnetic vibrations.
Signals of the brain control the readout
of the genes.
Cells perceive the body’s inner
environment and make bodily adjustments
the same way the outer skin reacts to
perceptions of its environment.
The cells’ perceptions of their
community environment change biology,
chemically and electrically.
control genes which are switched on or
off. Life is determined as it
Many perceptions of our environment
(diet, energy connections, air quality,
exercise, consciousness, etc.) are
entwined with thought processes.
If we understand that
thoughts are an interface between the
inner cellular community and the outer
environment, we can understand how
illness occurs and how wellness and
well-being can be recreated.
For example, the body-mind reacts to
fearful perceptions and thoughts by
stopping growth, closing off blood flow
to the forebrain, and switching off the
immune system. During a period of
fearful reaction, the adrenal glands
work to protect the body against threats
from the outside; however, the body does
not manufacture new cells or grow and
the immune system does not protect the
body against threats from the inside.
Existing opportunistic organisms
(parasites, bacteria, viruses, etc.)
that are normally suppressed by the
immune system gain strength, and illness
occurs. Moreover, some excessive
stress hormones destroy the body’s own
tissue -- particularly heart tissue.
Chronic fear and stress enhance this
Problems caused by the mind can be fixed
by the mind.
In order for cells to respond
positively, however, they must be given
the right perceptual thought signals.
An estimated 70 percent of all
continuous-loop thoughts running through
our minds are negative and redundant,
however; and 95 percent of our life
activity originates in the subconscious.
In order to change our thought patterns,
and improve gene responses, we need to
think of the subconscious as a machine,
which is not “good” or “bad”: just
an accumulation of programs that became
established and dominate our thinking.
The conscious and subconscious minds do
not communicate. Therefore, we
need to assume responsibility for
eroding unhealthy, reactive subconscious
programs and devote time and repetitive
effort to developing mindfulness
that will facilitate healthy perceptions
of our environment.
Through exciting, breakthrough research,
we are learning that we can release the
thoughts being controlled by our
inherited genetic makeup and that we do
not have to be victimized by
self-perceived physicality. We
can create our own unique physiological
and behavioral traits through applied
consciousness. Science has
confirmed the possibilities.
We are all
challenged to discover how to fulfil our
potential for becoming sentient (finely
sensitive in perception or feeling)
The key to
a better healthier and longer living
future is learning how to: ask the
subconscious mind what is destroying
wellness and well-being; change
perceptions of our environment; reframe
feelings, thoughts, and emotions; and
facilitate positive cellular
communications and gene responses.
You Can Create Your Own Destiny
Today, people spend billions of dollars
to enhance their perceptions of their
exterior appearance: cosmetics,
surgeries, clothes, hair styles, etc.
Such products and services may enhance
self-confidence and self-satisfaction;
but, they intensify an exterior focus,
without regard for inner wellness and
The bottom line question is: “How
does my interior physiology look and how
am I behaving?” Antidepressants
are one of today’s most frequently
prescribed medications. This fact,
alone, may indicate that people are
abdicating their self-empowerment.
Imagine the possibilities if people were
asking: “How can I apply my
consciousness, change my perceptions of
my environment, and reshape my biology
More qualified practitioners are
needed to help others develop healthy
perceptions, empower their body-mind,
and improve their wellness and
The true fountain of youth within!
Neuroscience and quantum physics has
shown a growing list of benefits on
communication while neuropsychology
provides us a blueprint on
how to assume responsibility for it.
Optimizing our Brain Function
The brain is capable of developing new
pathways and connections when we change
perceptions and thought patterns, and
such changes are necessary in order to
develop healthy brain-to-cell signals.
The Self Transformational Program
employs evidence-based methodology
(based on proven science) that produces
positive effects on the body-mind,
Taking control of your genes and
reshaping your biology and behavior
Reframing habitual unhealthy thought
patterns and eliminating continuous-loop
Producing and delivering more feel-good
Stimulating brain connectors and neural
Increasing cerebral blood and energy
flows and nourishing injured or
deficient body areas
Cleansing the body of toxic wastes
Removing incoherence (chaos) from
bioelectrical fields and improving
Applying consciousness and assuming
responsibility for your interior
Learning to understand and accept
Changing unhealthy perceptions and
creating harmonic environmental,
body-mind, and spirit connections
the only person who can perceive your
outer environment through your applied
consciousness, and only your cell
community reads your inner environment
and constantly adjusts your biology.
Your body-mind already knows how to
apply the necessary mechanisms to create
the positive effects governing age and
your cell responses through resetting
your mindset (subconscious controls) is
the key to live a longer, healthier and
happier life .
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How our Body and Brain are interconnected and
can control each other.
his book (The Brain's Way of Healing, 2016)
Dr N. Doidge (a distinguished scientist, a
medical doctor and, a psychiatrist on the faculty of both the
University of Toronto and of Columbia University in New York) cites
the latest research
studies in the developments in neuroplasticity, namely the way the
body and brain can change each other. Note:
The brain is always
embodied, and our subjective experience always has a bodily
component, just as all so-called bodily experiences have a mental
example: Dr Doidge cites a case of a person
suffering from Parkinson's disease (a movement
disorder inhibiting his walking) who began
taking slow, conscious walks concentrating on
each subtle movement of his body as he moved.
Doing this began to activate different parts of
the brain, associated with learning, and in
doing so he managed to create new pathways to
walk and bypass the basal ganglia.
Now, in his 70s, he moves so
quickly and smoothly, you would never know he
had Parkinson's says Dr Doidge.
was using his prefrontal lobes to do those
activities taking over for the basal ganglia
which can only do automatic activities,"
explains Doidge. "The basal ganglia was not
rewired - he learned to work around it."
The idea that many brain problems – from MS to
to autism, ADD and dementia – thought to be
incurable or irreversible can be improved has
hope to millions
around the world.
there's a panacea in medicine, it's
learning and that triggers the growth of new
brain cells and of course a lot of these growth
in anatomy textbooks is a brain separate
from the body," Doidge says. "In terms of its
functioning, it is seamlessly connected to
the body by the peripheral nervous system and to
the world through the senses.
"And the model we've had of the brain in recent years has been that
because the brain controls a lot of the bodies
functions, we start to think of the body as
merely infrastructure for the brain as though
the body evolved to serve the brain and that is
crazy and the exact opposite of what happened”
the things that happened in the course of
writing the book," Doidge explains, "I found
that over and over the issue of energy was being
used (by well- respected neuroplasticians) to
stimulate the brain."
was very clear to me that the genius of western
science has been that it's analytical, breaks
things down into parts…on the other hand,
eastern medicine had much more to say about
mind, brain and body wholeness."
sense that it does not compartmentalize body,
mind and brain, the holistic
approach to self healing is a perfect fit with
exercises in eastern
practices, which help relax the body and
mind, have now
crucial before the process of self-change
and brain retraining
rest periods, we normally get a lot of cell
repair," says Doidge. "During sleep, we
consolidate the changes between our neurons that
have occurred from learning.
these techniques, we learn to turn on that
relaxation system and that's just absolutely
you're on the go and constantly battered by the
stimulation around you and the cortisol
is being fired - if it's a sometimes thing,
that's fine, but if it's chronic,
many jobs and life situations, you get
deterioration of overall body
Mindfulness as an important exercise.
Mindfulness can result
in moments of
stillness and cultivating awareness and
relaxation. This exercise provides people
a space/time when
are "harmonizing, re-tuning, resetting".
finally, Dr Doidge
adds a warning -the
trend just towards positive thinking or
affirmations is just too simplistic.
"Clearly you want to build on strength but
sometimes people are doing things that are
getting in their own way and that requires some
analysis of that pattern.
think if affirmations in and of themselves were
sufficient to get us over that, we'd all know
that now. But
problem is if you're burying or covering over
some deep (subconscious) unresolved
don't think any number of affirmations is going
latest research proves that one of the best
things people can do in their life to
self-change their body is to reset their mindset
/ retrain their brain.
Aging and Rejuvenation
(biologically speaking) the result of a
damage accumulation process at cellular
and molecular level. This process takes
place throughout the body and throughout
life; the damage it causes is a side
effect of the normal metabolic functions
the body does to stay alive. With time,
the accumulation of damage leads to
age-related pathologies, and eventually,
approach’ or Rejuvenation
In the Self Transformational Program a
client is not ‘cured’ of the ageing
process; ageing continues, but some (if
not all) of the damage done is reversed,
effectively rejuvenating the client. The
client's senescence (i.e., ageing) would
always be kept at low levels. In other
words, one could be 90 chronologically,
but 45 biologically. That said, the
Program's success lies with the client
as they assume the responsibility of
engaging in their tailored made, 12
minute, mind-body transformational
exercises (as needed).
Here are some
reasons why rejuvenation would be good
for you as an individual:
Preserving your health and independence.
Bonus here is that you may be alive when
there is a cure for aging and you can
revert back to being "20 years old" or
Unlimited opportunities for personal
Never too late to make a different
choice. How many people regret some of
their past choices, and lament that it
is now too late to change.
Live to see the future.
A longer, healthy life offers endless
Rejuvenation or postponing death is good
for your loved ones
No immediate grieving for suffering or
You would not be a burden.
Families can last longer. Note: In the
future your children won’t have to
suffer from, and die of, age-related
Friendships can last longer.
Do you have
Future Life Protection Insurance?
Simply put, If you do not engage in
rejuvenation you will suffer from the
age plague. In the near future age will
be classified as an illness.
You have a choice between health and
Don’t get to that terminal stage of your
life when your health fails you (which
can happen anytime regardless of what
number is on your birth certificate),
and you regret not having a future. Take
out some ‘Future Life Insurance’ by
starting your Self Transformational