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  The Science - THINK beyond your genes...Anti Aging
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move to an enhanced state of well-being and an improved state of health.
   
 
 

 

 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
   


Aging, Neuroscience, Biology, Behavior, Brain, Epigenetics and Embodiment Theory.


ANTI AGING and SELF TRANSFORMATION

Using our Neuro Self Transformational Change Model as a path to reverse our biological clock and improve our health status!

 

Epigenetics

Epigenetics science is about understanding how your interpretation of your life events and environment affects the cells of your physical body and that you are just not defined by your genes or environment. 

Epigenetics Controls Genes.
Certain circumstances in life can cause genes to be turned off (becoming dormant) or turned on (becoming active). 

Epigenetics Makes Us Unique.
The different combinations of genes that are turned on or off is what makes each one of us unique. Furthermore, there have been evidence suggesting that some epigenetic changes can be inherited. 

Epigenetics Is Reversible.
With 20,000+ genes, what will be the result of the different combinations of genes being turned on or off? If we could map every single cause and effect of the different combinations, and if we could reverse the gene’s state to keep the good while eliminating the bad… then we could theoretically slow aging, cure cancer, stop obesity, and so much more. 

Here’s an analogy that might further help you to understand what epigenetics is. Think of the human lifespan as a very long movie. The cells would be the actors and actresses, essential units that make up the movie. DNA, in turn, would be the script — instructions for all the participants of the movie to perform their roles. Subsequently, the DNA sequence would be the words on the script, and certain blocks of these words that instruct key actions or events to take place would be the genes. The concept of genetics would be like screenwriting. 

We are Masters of our bodies.
The concept of epigenetics, then, would be like directing. You as the director can choose to eliminate or tweak certain scenes or dialogue, altering the movie for better or worse.  

The Self Transformational Program impacts epigenetic changes in DNA from lifestyle.

Every creation begins as a thought. When we have an intention, a complex chain of events begins in our brains. Thoughts travel as electrical impulses along neural pathways. When neurons fire together they wire together, creating electromagnetic fields. These fields are invisible energy, yet they influence the molecules of matter around us the way a magnet organizes iron filings.

Our minds create matter.
The thoughts and energy fields we cultivate in our minds condition the atoms and molecules in and around us.

BOTTOM LINE
In the science of epigenetics it’s been found that it’s the perception of your environment that controls your genes. You’re not a victim of your genes because you can simply change your perception of your environment—and thus change your response to it.  

Your mind controls your biology
Example, the placebo effect -the mind believes the pill will work and it does. 

The cells of your body follow instructions provided by the brain via the nervous system. The nervous system is the interpreter. For example when you see two people reacting to the same stimulus with very different reactions, one positive and one negative. As your perception changes, you change the message that your nervous system communicates to the cells of your body.

A function of the mind is to manifest any belief you have so it becomes reality.
For example, if you have a belief that you’re going to die from a disease because you were told so, then the mind will convert that belief into reality / physical manifestation. However, in many cases, it’s not necessarily because they had a terminal disease that killed them; it’s because they believed the disease would kill them. 

Emotion is also a contributing factor. If you have strong emotion, positive or negative, around a certain belief, it will work to ensure that the particular belief will become your physical reality.  

Being present is having your focus on the faulty mind-set which is running the old tape of negative beliefs.

Changing our Mind Set means changing our perception. Becoming the Director of your life's movie and changing the screenplay.

Through contacting our higher level of consciousness and becoming intensely present we are able to observe and disrupt the old negative interpretation of what is happening and react differently as our interpretation—and response—starts to change.

The Self Transformational Program is different in that it opens the subconscious mind and avoids the downfalls of strictly a traditional cognitive or medical approach. It reveals what is truly behind your minds limitations and body’s defenses and provides a blueprint for change.

 
   
 
 
 

Stereotype Embodiment Theory

The stereotype embodiment theory (Levy, 2009) maintains that aging adults gradually internalize the stereotypical views society holds against older adults, as well as their own personal negative views. When these views become more relevant as the individual ages, they begin to operate unconsciously through multiple pathways, and negatively affect the individual's health.

According to the stereotype embodiment theory, mindful changes in the held images of aging can promote a change in both the mind and the body, resulting, for example, in a rejuvenation and in a higher quality of life.

Changes in mindsets (i.e., addressing one's age-related stereotypes) can change the ageing process. The psychological components of ageing can be reverted.


Sample Studies.
Positive Retirement Stereotypes Associated with Longevity. Published: 09 March 2016

The Study examined retirement stereotypes and survival over a 23‐year period among 1,011 older adults. As predicted by stereotype embodiment theory, it was found that those with positive age beliefs about physical health showed a survival advantage of 4.5 years.

Positive age beliefs protect against dementia even among elders with high-risk gene. Published Feb. 7. 2018

One of the strongest risk factors for dementia is the ε4 variant of the APOE gene. One quarter of the population carries the ε4 variant of the APOE gene, which is one of the strongest risk factors for dementia. Yet, only 47% of APOE ε4 carriers develop dementia. The reason the other 53% never develop dementia was unknown. Yet, many who carry it never develop dementia.

This study examined for the first time whether positive age beliefs that are acquired from the culture may reduce the risk of developing dementia among older individuals, including those who are APOE ε4 carriers.


The cohort consisted of 4,765 Health and Retirement Study participants who were aged 60 or older and dementia-free at baseline. Those with positive age beliefs were significantly less likely to develop dementia than those with negative age beliefs.

The results of this study suggest that positive age beliefs, which are modifiable and have been found to reduce stress, can act as a protective factor, even for older individuals at high risk of dementia.

 
 
 
   
 
 
 
 

AGISM

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geism insidiously infiltrates our society and operates at every level of daily life. The idea that old people are supposed to be frail, incompetent, less than and laughable permeates culture so thoroughly that it takes real attention to catch the small messages as they slip by.

Why is it that a card suggesting a forty-year old has a sex life is considered humorous? Why is it appropriate for a well-regarded magazine to refer to older female members of a political gathering as “a blizzard of blue-grey permanent waves”? 

Even a basic interaction with an older adult, wherein the person’s age is revealed, can trigger what seems to be an innocuous response: “Really? You don’t look seventy-eight!” As though first there is a way one must look at seventy-eight and second that it is a compliment not to appear so. What does a seventy-eight year old look like, and is it any better or worse than looking five or thirty-five? These compliments actually communicate affirmation of healthfulness while insinuating derision of age. These little jabs and jokes, birthday cards and constant coded messaging in media say “be young, be vital, be alive… be whatever – just not old!” 

Ageism is an insidious and pernicious social ill that permeates most cultures. Ageism can be seen operating at every level of society, yet it is so poorly recognized that many individuals are even unfamiliar with the word!

Ageism hurts and attacks our positive beliefs concerning our age.

 
 
 
   
     
 
 
     
     
 
 
 

Epigenetic Clock 

Aging is the most important risk factor for major human lifestyle diseases, including cancer, neurological and cardiometabolic disorders. Due to the complex interplay between genetics, lifestyle and environmental factors, some individuals seem to age faster than others, whereas centenarians seem to have a slower aging process.

The Epigenetic Clock is a biochemical biomarker reflecting the relative biological age that can predict an individual’s health status and aging disease risk. The epigenetic clock signature can also be used as a lifestyle management tool to monitor healthy aging, to evaluate preventive interventions against chronic aging disorders and to extend healthy lifespan. In the next decade science will have work out a way to dissect the mechanism of the epigenetic aging clock that will yield more valuable insights into the aging process and how it can be manipulated at a genetic level to improve health and life span. 

Today’s bottom line is: Nature already knows how to roll back or even completely reset the epigenetic clock.
Evidence
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This is done for every new embryo and is the reason why every new animal is born young despite having started as an oocyte cell of the same age as its mother.

Breakthrough Science has now confirmed that the body simply has enough capacity for self-repair to function at the level of a 25-year-old for hundreds of years, or maybe even longer. 

This is great news and confirms that biologically we definitely have the ability to reverse our age. The question is how do we harness this capacity for self rejuvenation and self-change our aging body. Our program provides you the research proven blueprint -how to use the mind-body reset codes we all uniquely have.

 
 
     
     
   
 
       
 
             
 
  The Power Within!
The Mind can be set to use our self healing energies
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Self-Healing
Take charge of your own health and unlock the body’s ability to heal itself.


The new physics of healing—the ever-expanding body of research that reveals our untapped capacity for self-healing.

Quantum physicists reveal that underneath apparent physical structure there is nothing more than energy and we interact with everything in the field. This has an important impact on health care.

Quantum physics reveals that energies are always entangled with each other. In an energy universe, waves are always flowing through and interacting with all other waves. We can never separate someone fully from the environment they live in. Quantum physics says the invisible energy is one hundred times more efficient in conveying information than are material signals (e.g., drugs). What we now recognize is that there is an invisible world that has not been dealt with in regard to understanding the nature of our health.

When you interact in your environment you are both absorbing and sending energy at the same time. We are all energy.

Self-Healing is body-mind work.

A question to ask yourself: “Why might I need this symptom now?” 
Not wanting to answer or blaming yourself most likely means your ego is blocking your healing. Remember, the thoughts you’re uncovering are subconscious, so you should never blame yourself for creating a symptom or being sick. By making them conscious you can bring them forth for healing.

Our tribal mind keeps us thinking the source and solution of what ails us is not of our creation; it says, if only circumstances around me were different I’d be healthier, I’d be happier. We experience these core beliefs at a cellular level. To keep them from being triggered and causing illness we need to delete these downloads, actually remove them with consciousness and energy and replace them with new information.

Recognizing that everything is composed of subtle energies explains a whole new level of healing not practiced by traditional medicine.
 

 
 
         
       
   

 

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