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How to live forever

By on November 15, 2014
Picture courtesy of Somkiat Fakmee and freedigitalphotos.net

No one lives forever. One moment you’re here, and the next you’re gone.

Gone where? Nobody knows. The Void? Heaven? The next life?

What really counts is what you are doing he moment before you pass over, and the moment before that, and the moment before that. You see some people spend every moment of their life exploring, learning, growing, and enjoying the precious moments we are allotted on the planet.

For others the picture is not so rosy. These poor souls have spent their final moments, days, months and years, in a grey twilight world of forgetting. Not fully present, yet not passed over. Whether through dementia, Parkinson’s disease, dementia, or some other degenerative brain disease their life has been, not taken, but turned into something other than it was.

None of us know when or how the greyness may come upon us, whether in a quick flash or a seeping slowing down.

But there are things we can do to keep our brains sharp, perhaps to live our last day as our best. Modern research is throwing light on these methods for achieving eternal life, as the article from the UK’s Guardian Newspaper below explains. But for the most part we know what these are, regular exercise of the body and brain, learning new skills, healthy diet, and avoidance of toxic substances such as tobacco and alcohol in excess.

We owe it to ourselves to aim for eternal youth!

Application to Hypnosis

As hypnotists we have a great gift of being able to help our hypnosis clients to achieve their own ‘external youth’. Whether we are helping them to QUIT smoking, or take more exercise, or learn new skills, or simply to take a more mindful interest in life, we are teaching them life skills.

Lab-based research is key to piecing together the jigsaw of how our brains work and what goes wrong when they don’t. Even scans or postmortem examinations of brains of people who had dementia are of limited value, points out Greenfied, because “degeneration starts 10-20 years before symptoms appear”. So what does neuroscience tell us about keeping the brain fit? How to keep your brain healthy | Life and style

Picture courtesy of Somkiat Fakmee and freedigitalphotos.net

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