There is a book that my late friend Peter Kelly used to sell though I can’t recall the name of it. It is written as science fantasy though the author claims it sourced occult information.
One of the stories recounts the gods as a group of alien humanoid scientists who were trying to evolve other planets such as earth, but they had limited lifespans. So Jehovah, being one of the biologists did not have confidence in the approach of his peers that cell or DNA manipulation would lead to successful life extension. To date, they had achieved success with organ rejuvenation from injections, however, cancer often resulted due to uncontrolled cell growth from excess stimulation.
Jehovah felt that the aura of the body was the key to its formation and a necessary part of any rejuvenation scheme. The mind could influence the steady state condition of the aura and so sustained thought of healing or what you wanted your body to become was a key.
His technique proved successful. The book recounts the technique acknowledging that healing occurs when in a relaxed, sleeping state. So using a form of self-hypnosis, prior to sleep, Jehovah would will each limb to relax fully. Once all limbs had been relaxed, a final pass would be made willing the entire body to now relax in a form of sensory isolation. From that point the practitioner would pass into sleep.
The theory was that mental and physical stresses occur daily and must be ‘erased’ from the cells and organs otherwise they are encoded as disease such as cancer or malfunction. By relaxing the entire body prior to sleep, the stresses would be ‘de-tensioned’ and any repairs made would be completed without stress.
“On Tuesday after researchers announced they were able to turn the clock back on skin cells and transform them into stem cells, the mutable building blocks of organs and tissues. “This is truly the Holy Grail: To be able to take a few cells from a patient – say a cheek swab or few skin cells – and turn them into stem cells in the laboratory,” Robert Lanza of Advanced Cell Technology said. “It’s bit like learning how to turn lead into gold.” While the research is still in its infancy, the potential benefits are “tremendous” said Lanza, who has already found ways to cut the death rate following heart attacks in half, restore blood to limbs which would otherwise have to be amputated and construct a functioning kidney using stem cells. The use of skin cells will eventually allow doctors to create stem cells with a specific patient’s genetic code, eliminating the risk that the body would reject transplanted tissues or organs. “We can now envisage a time when a simple approach can be used to produce stem cells that are able to form any tissue from a small sample taken from any of us.” One of the greatest advantages of the new technique is its simplicity: it takes just four genes to turn the skin cell back into a stem cell. This, unlike the complex and expensive process developed by Wilmut, can be done in a standard biological lab. And skin cells are much easier to harvest than embryos. The main hurdle to overcome is finding a safe way to transform the skin cells. The current method, developed by two teams of researchers in the US and Japan, raises the risk of cellular mutation because a retrovirus was used to deliver four genes to the cell.” – Source
The Institute of Heartmath I think have done the most research in this stress area and offer several programs to help relax your heart and other organs to facilitate healing.
From the Heartmath page, an excellent description;
” We introduced the term physiological coherence to describe a physiological mode that encompasses entrainment, resonance, and synchronization, which are all distinct but related physiological phenomena that are frequently associated with more ordered and harmonious interactions among the body’s systems.
The coherence mode is associated with a sine wave-like pattern in the heart rhythms (reflecting increased synchronization between the two branches of the autonomic nervous system), a shift in autonomic balance toward increased parasympathetic activity, increased heart-brain synchronization, increased vascular resonance, and entrainment between diverse physiological oscillatory systems.
In physics “coherence” is used in two different ways, both of which apply to our use of the term. It is used to describe the ordered or constructive distribution of power within a single waveform. The more stable the frequency and shape of the waveform, the higher the coherence. The term autocoherence is used to denote this kind of coherence. An example of a coherent wave is the sine wave. In physiological systems, this type of coherence describes the degree of order and stability in the rhythmic activity generated by a single oscillatory system. For example, in the physiological coherence mode, the heart rhythms become more coherent, shifting toward a sine wave-like pattern.
Coherence is also used to describe two or more waves (or systems) that are either phase- or frequency-locked. This is also called entrainment. In the coherent mode, respiration, heart rhythms, and blood pressure rhythms become entrained and oscillate at the same frequency. The term cross-coherence is used to specify this type of coherence.
In terms of physiological functioning, coherence confers a number of benefits to the system. For example, there is increased cardiac output in conjunction with increased efficiency in fluid exchange, filtration, and absorption between the capillaries and tissues; increased ability of the cardiovascular system to adapt to circulatory requirements; and increased temporal synchronization of cells throughout the body. This results in increased system-wide energy efficiency and metabolic energy savings.”
In my nearly 40 years of research into many areas, I have collected some 8 techniques that offer healing and even rejuvenation using energy methods. The funding of my lab would cover 3 of these methods for testing as well as other alternative science projects that could benefit the world at large, not just one country.
Alas, when it comes to rejuvenation, healing, extending life (both quality AND quantity), I think 99.99% of the population with the investment capital to research this are defeatists, thinking we are locked into a fixed span of +/-70 years. And so they die with all their money and possessions when they could instead live much longer and choose when they are ready to check out of this life.
Those same moneyed defeatists also seem to have no interest in helping others in the world through the results of maverick research investments. I prefer ‘ Sieze the Day’ (Carpe Diem) rather than ‘Such is life, what are you going to do?’ (C’est la vie).