RE: Anti-Ageing Technology: Will It Prove To Be A Boon or A Curse?

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Anti-Ageing Technology: Will It Prove To Be A Boon or A Curse?

in technology •  last year

Thank you for clarifying a bit.

If I'm to be honest with you, I have no reliable basis to argue with you from, as I haven't found a reliable way nor a sound proof that I even exist (by "I", I mean to say as an individual, separate from other individuals - something obviously exists or there would be no experiencing), let alone what is true or not true about reality.

For instance, do I have freewill? It seems so, from my limited perception (conscious awareness), but it could be that everything I do and say is pre-determined or entirely outside of my control.

That being said, based on my own direct experiences, I agree to some extent what you have said about the human body being capable of achieving far more than the average person gives it credit. However, I don't think that it's sound reason to project that observation into meaning that anything is achievable by the human body, or by any type of meditative (transcendental) state of awareness. How could I ever know if, or where, my limits exist?

Also, I've never directly experienced, or had proven to me, the existence of immortality, so it's not a "truth" to me. Of course, the above doesn't prove that it doesn't exist. Again, I'm left back where I began, admitting that I don't really know anything.

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meep

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Right on!!!

"However, I don't think that it's sound reason to project that observation into meaning that anything is achievable by the human body, or by any type of meditative (transcendental) state of awareness" -- I didn't think that anyone was projecting this. I hear ya.

Your response is extremely reasonable and open. I admire it! :)

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Your response humbles me :)

Coming back to the topic of the amazing power of one's own body (what I'll call the "power of sensitive self-awareness"), I've had this weird idea going on a few months now that "giving permission to food" to give me access to all of it's healing/ nutritive properties and "giving permission to my body" to "accept" and absorb all those nutrients has a real, positive effect on fully potentializing nutrient absorption and giving my body all the necessary "environmental conditions" for fully potentiating the positive health benefits of those nutrients.

I've been testing this theory out for a bit and I can't help but to think that it's really having measurable, positive effects along the lines of what I presumed might happen and what I intended to happen. I feel like I've made huge positive leaps forward, both physically and psychologically, in a very short amount of time, having only made this one change (intending to give my body full access to all the nutrients of my food intake).

My theory as to why it can really work is based on my theory that the subconscious mind has a tendency to place limits on physiological processes, including digestion and nutrient absorption, through a very real power that exists within the predominate conscious and unconscious beliefs on the bodily processes. My goal is to remove all limitations (limiting beliefs) from my subconscious by opening it up to the real possibility that all the most astounding health claims about various foods are true, and that, perhaps, those claims are not even as astounding as the truth about their benefits.

I hypothesis that this "openness" (curious state of awareness, as to the truth of the healing/ medicinal qualities of food) will give my body the best chance to be like the few "test subjects" within many scientific studies that tested to show far greater improvements than the rest (average) of the group. In other words, it allows me to squeeze out all the potential from my nutrition, perhaps even to the point of getting positive (placebo) effects that aren't even within the foods, through the power of my own beliefs/ mind/ subconscious.