Can it be? You are just 29 years young, and you feel old like a grandpa? Because you are plagued by severe back pain?!
Or you are already getting bald or gray hair?!
Maybe you observe a more often occurring forgetfulness?
Not infrequently, we are inclined to interpret these symptoms as premature “Signs of aging“ to accept. Even if we would love to know whether and how they can be reversed or stopped.
And the older we get, the stronger we bind ourselves to this view.
Infirmity and dementia: Is this what our aging looks like? That would truly not be an enticing prospect, would it?
No. And, moreover, not an inevitable one either.
I think it's time to change the term "signs of aging" to take a critical look at the situation:
- What are the real causes of these phenomena?
- Is it possible to grow old without them?
- What role does the power of faith play?
- What about the shortening of telomeres?
"signs of aging" - an embarrassing diagnosis
The word "signs of aging" never describes a correct diagnosis, but at best an observation that certain symptoms are more common in older people.
It would be more than a pity if we had to be satisfied with this embarrassing diagnosis. Especially if you have back problems or grey hair at an early stage, it is beneficial to find out the real causes.
Basically, Alzheimer's is not a symptom of old age either!
No. If it was, wouldn't everyone get it when they get older?
Rather, there are very specific causes - in this case, especially Mercury (like Anthony William found out), which is for Alzheimer are responsible.
Once enough toxins are in the body, their effects become unmistakable. Most of the time we have "Happiness" and experience the increasingly serious consequences only in the "Age“.
However, we can be truly lucky and experience healing in time. By getting the mercury and other toxins out of the brain and the entire body with healing foods.
This will also make Alzheimer's disappear. Although in the meantime you have already become 1 year older again!
Acidosis and slagging
Our body is designed to be healthy, to stay healthy and to successfully fend off attacks on our health. Even into old age.
Unfortunately, time and again, harmful programs ensure that this endogenous ability is undermined by:
- Junk food and improper nutrition programs
- lack of exercise and fresh air
- Pesticides and toxic heavy metals
- Radiation (e.g. radioactive substances + electrosmog)
- aggressive viruses
- destructive thoughts
You can read more about this in my last article: What makes you healthy?
One of the main causes for baldness is - according to Jentschura - overacidification due to wrong nutrition.
Keyword: junk food.
The body uses its own mineral depots to neutralize harmful excess acids.
To do this, it first falls back on hair and teeth, before it is later forced to draw calcium directly from the bones, for example.
You can find more details in other articles here on the blog.
Lasting health even in old age is possible.
This is a core message of the whole Blog for rejuvenation and health.
There are many examples around the globe of older brothers and sisters who have somehow managed to be old AND healthy. Who - like Stephen Hawking - have retained a brilliant mind.
Who have remained physically fit and successfully overcome illness. (Unfortunately, Hawking did not manage to do that).
What does it take?
- An unrestricted YES to life
- Solid Trust into the health-promoting forces
- the Knowledgeto lovingly use these forces
- Willingness to let go of destructive beliefs
Let go of your beliefs.
A collectively fixed mistaken belief is the belief in "Signs of aging". I invite you to no longer believe in the value of that word.
Always ask yourself immediately: What are the real causes of the symptoms I am experiencing?
A friend, in his mid-50s, began to feel too weak for certain physical jobs. He said: "I can tell I'm getting older. I can't do what I used to do."
I've heard statements like that before. And thought about it. Not infrequently, an unconscious mixing of two different aspects happens here:
- Belief in an inevitable weakening in old age.
- Unspoken need for change
The professional activity is no longer experienced as fulfilling, it is simply no longer fun.
A strategy that is then used - often unconsciously - is to put in less effort, to extend breaks, to "sicken sb.", the argument "Signs of aging" to use.
This brings the questionable success of being able to temporarily make things easier for oneself.
At the expense of the changes that the soul desires and at the expense of vitality.
And the alternative?
The far better strategy in this case would be to open up to more fulfilling tasks.
In fact, your muscles will inevitably weaken if you stop exercising them. Conversely, you can have the same muscular strength as a 90-year-old as you did as a 40-year-old.
Start questioning your strategies. Examine your situation: what do you really want?
￼Is it a comfortable, quiet, early retirement? Or can it go in a whole new direction?
What are you willing to invest in your health?
You might pick yourself up to leave old patterns and templates behind. Broaden your horizon.
Leave the previous routine.
Above all: Listen into your heart, into your soul: What do you really want to experience and get to know in this life?
For me, this is, for example, exploring all the possibilities of rejuvenation and health even in old age. I believe that much more is possible than we have thought or dreamed so far.
This belief, at least simply a complete staying open to any possibilities and opportunities, paves our way into realization.
Interesting: I confronted the friend mentioned above with the views described here. In the course of the next months I could clearly see that he began to radiate new freshness, new strength and new will to live and to take on the heavier work!
Artificial lengthening of the telomeres
A keyword in the context of "stopping the aging process" is the observed steady shortening of the "telomeres" at each cell division.
There is a great deal of research being done on how to stop this "natural aging". telomeres can be extended again.
Already there is Products in the trade, food supplements or superfoods that could possibly do this.
I do not want to exclude success on this level at all. Nevertheless, I am convinced that our body is essentially a reflection of our mind and its inherent power.
Once we have learned to control the body with our mind, these telomeres will maintain the desired length without difficulty and without the addition of certain substances. That is, we can keep ourselves young and healthy with the help of our mental and spiritual alignment.
Even as we grow older.
There is always something to learn. This includes recognizing that we have been shaping our bodies with our minds, or our thoughts and beliefs, for a long time.
Not infrequently in an unintentionally destructive way.
Forget everything that's been drilled into you about aging.
If you have forgotten something now and then, for heaven's sake, do not link the situation to the idea of "Alzheimer's"!
Stay calm and collected and realize that we all forget things now and then - even as children.
The power of thought is great. Always remember and refrain from thought pictures of undesirable future events. You're actually attracting them. Do you really want that?
We cannot build our future with images and thoughts of the past. By doing so, we only perpetuate what has gone before.
Allow yourself to see yourself as healthy, powerful and with youthful vigor.
If you will.
I've seen 20-somethings who looked to me like grandma and grandpa, as hyper-comfortable, sluggish coach potatoes.
And I've met spry and vibrant people over 90.
It's your choice how you want to live this life.
And there is a certain moment for each of us when our soul discards the physical body. Until that moment, we could be healthy and just enjoy life.
Then your signs of old age are these: greatest wisdom, love and joy of life, contentment, warm-heartedness and gratitude.
I hope that this article will give you some valuable suggestions, and I am always happy to receive your comments and feedback!
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