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Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Scepcop » 17 Jan 2012, 06:03

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Is Age Reversal Really Possible? The Short Answer

By Walt F.J. Goodridge

The Short Answer

The Truths of Age Reversal
"In order to survive as a physical being,
you must master the physical universe.
In order to master the physical universe,
you must know its truths.
Without truths, life can hold no absolutes."

I know what you're thinking: "Isn't aging inevitable?"

The answer is "Yes and no." While evolution and change are surely evident phenomena in the universe, the forms that these changes take are not inevitable. When it comes to what we refer to as agin, bone loss is not inevitable. Memory deterioration is not inevitable. Loss of vitality and cognition are not inevitable. They are commonplace, but they need not be inevitable. They are accepted, but they are neither inevitable nor normal.

Here, therefore, is one of several truths and concepts that will help you understand and believe in the reality of age reversal.

1. Opposites are nothing more than extremes of the same thing.
If you understand this simple, yet profound concept, then your world can change.

Think about this image.

Darkness<---------------------------------------- >Light

These extremes are opposites. Right? However, they are nothing more than opposite ends of the same "thing." You get to darkness by reducing the light. Darkness is nothing more than the progressive reduction of light. Similarly, take any concept of opposites (black & white, up & down, rich & poor) and you can see that they are really two points on a line. That line is what I mean when I say "the same 'thing.'"

Scarcity<---------------------------------------- >Abundance

acid<---------------------------------------- >alkaline

apathy<---------------------------------------- >enthusiasm

low vibration<---------------------------------------- >high vibration

Similarly, disease and health are two extremes of the same "thing." You get to disease by taking progressive steps away from health.

disease<---------------------------------------- >health

What this means is quite profound. It means everything is a process, a trend. It means every state of being on that trend is part of a gradual progression and sequence. It means there is a definable path from one point to the next. I can change poor into rich by doing specific things that move me in the direction of richness. I can change down to up by moving in the direction of up.

Now, here's where it gets a little challenging for most people, but the law holds true just the same. I can move from the conditions that are associated with "aging" towards the conditions associate with "youth" by doing certain things, by stopping and reversing the beliefs, thoughts, words, actions, habits and practices that have contributed to this thing called "aging."

Remember, while the increase in your collection of years is inevitable, the conditions associated with that collection of years doesn't have to be. Yes, this means that everything is reversible.

Let me explain further.

In this universe, there is no such thing as something staying the same. The universe, as well as everything within, is either contracting or expanding. Does this make sense? Here on this physical plane, therefore, as a physical being you too are contracting or expanding-- either surviving or succumbing. In order to be ageless you must first be surviving. You must stop the trend of succumbing, then survive, prosper and then you can reverse the trend.

Every prior state/condition or point on a trend exists as an achievable state of being. This is true because of what we learned about health. Health is simply a function of accumulation and depletion--something inside the body that shouldn't be there, and/or something that should be that isn't.

"Therefore, if you are on the right side closer to "health" and if you find yourself moving to the left and feeling out of balance today because of something you ate, you can return to yesterday's condition by allowing that thing to flow out. If you feel out of balance today because of something that is depleted, you can return to yesterday's condition by replenishing that thing.

"The fact that people heal, that people's cancers can go into remission; that people can test positive for something today and negative tomorrow; that people can cure incurable diseases, means that prior states of health are always accessible. Does this make sense?"

Now let's continue the line of thought. If sickness can be transmuted into health, then it stands to reason that age can be transmuted into youth. Why? Because age is simply another word we use to define a condition of the body. And just like any other condition that we experience, it is the result of something inside that needs to flow out, or something outside that needs to flow in.

"And we learned earlier that any condition you find yourself in is just a point on a path. Youth and agelessness, therefore, as points on the path on the opposite side of age and demise, are also merely states of the body and mind due to something lost or something added.

"Agelessness, therefore--yesterday's you--like any other bodily condition, is the predictable and achievable result of doing things that replenish or release. "Fortunately, we know practically all the elements which make up the human body which can be depleted from one day to the next, and we can replenish those through our food."

Author's Bio:

Walt F.J. Goodridge has been vegan since 1992. He looks a lot younger than would typically be evident based on the time he's accumulated on the planet in this particular incarnation.

Learn more at www.waltgoodridge.com
Look for How to Reverse Aging using special foods, vitamins, supplements and a few little-known, secret practices, at www.passionprofit.com/waystoorder.html
“Devotion to the truth is the hallmark of morality; there is no greater, nobler, more heroic form of devotion than the act of a man who assumes the responsibility of thinking.” - Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Arouet » 17 Jan 2012, 09:39

What do you think about this article Scepcop?
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Scepcop » 17 Jan 2012, 19:49

Arouet wrote:What do you think about this article Scepcop?


I'm not sure. I am no health expert. But this guy is very bright and intelligent, as you can see in the other thread I posted about him with all those impressive links.

What he says above is interesting, at least from a theoretical standpoint, but yeah I know what you are going to say - there's not much science or hard evidence to back up these claims. Scientists don't know exactly what causes aging anyway, and without that knowledge, we can't really find a way to stop or reverse it, no matter what great theories we have.

Is that a good skeptical analysis?

However, that doesn't mean that we can't do something to stay in good health and be free of bad chemicals and slow poisons in our food, in order to look as young as possible.
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Arouet » 17 Jan 2012, 20:26

Scepcop wrote:What he says above is interesting, at least from a theoretical standpoint, but yeah I know what you are going to say - there's not much science or hard evidence to back up these claims


Is there any reliable evidence to back up the claim? If not, what should we do with that claim?

. Scientists don't know exactly what causes aging anyway, and without that knowledge, we can't really find a way to stop or reverse it, no matter what great theories we have.


Why do you think scientists don't understand what causes aging?

Is that a good skeptical analysis?


It would be if you stopped at: there's no good evidence to support his claim

However, that doesn't mean that we can't do something to stay in good health and be free of bad chemicals and slow poisons in our food, in order to look as young as possible.


For one thing, slowing down cell damage is different than reversing aging. And whether his claims should be considered good for that wil depend on the evidence he presents in support of it.
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby ProfWag » 17 Jan 2012, 22:11

Thank you Scepcop for an honest answer to arouet's question.
It appears from the article that he's really just giving advice on staying healthy longer. I haven't done research on the subject, but it is of my opinion that reverse aging is nearly statistically impossible without reversing time itself.
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Arouet » 17 Jan 2012, 22:46

Well, what it really means is reversing cell damage and with stem cells and other techniques it may be possible. Scientists are studying it. I don't think that this guy is one of those scientists though!
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Scepcop » 18 Jan 2012, 23:21

Arouet wrote:
Scepcop wrote:What he says above is interesting, at least from a theoretical standpoint, but yeah I know what you are going to say - there's not much science or hard evidence to back up these claims


Is there any reliable evidence to back up the claim? If not, what should we do with that claim?

. Scientists don't know exactly what causes aging anyway, and without that knowledge, we can't really find a way to stop or reverse it, no matter what great theories we have.


Why do you think scientists don't understand what causes aging?

Is that a good skeptical analysis?


It would be if you stopped at: there's no good evidence to support his claim

However, that doesn't mean that we can't do something to stay in good health and be free of bad chemicals and slow poisons in our food, in order to look as young as possible.


For one thing, slowing down cell damage is different than reversing aging. And whether his claims should be considered good for that wil depend on the evidence he presents in support of it.


If there's no evidence for a claim, then I don't reject it. I simply say "inconclusive".

Scientists themselves say that they don't know what causes aging. They say so in science articles and documentaries. They don't know what causes cell damage. You didn't know that?
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby ProfWag » 19 Jan 2012, 00:03

Scepcop wrote:If there's no evidence for a claim, then I don't reject it. I simply say "inconclusive".

So if I make the claim that I can fly like Superman, and you have no evidence for that claim other than what I tell you, then rather than rejecting it, you would tell people that my claim is inconclusive?
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Arouet » 19 Jan 2012, 00:47

Scepcop wrote:Scientists themselves say that they don't know what causes aging. They say so in science articles and documentaries. They don't know what causes cell damage. You didn't know that?


Sorry, I was unclear. The cell damage was what I was getting at.
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby jaketriactol » 02 Jun 2012, 18:02

Really nice and informative post shared. Thanks for the great inputs.
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 03 Jun 2012, 06:36

Scepcop wrote:Scientists don't know exactly what causes aging anyway.


It is my understanding that the failure to make viable clones gives us some confirmation of the theory that the basic cause of aging is the shortening of telomeres at the end of chromosomes. Further support comes from the immortality of microbes, if the data I've heard that microbial chromsomes join at the ends, forming circles, and thus lack telomeres.
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Re: Is it possible to reverse aging?

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