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Reversing the Aging Process

Many scientists would say that we don't know what is responsible for the aging process. Others might say that it is a normal part of the life cycle. I would like put forth a new and exciting observation here that may shed significant light on the causes of the aging process and on how it may potentially be not only stopped but reversed. What follows is based on anecdotal case study research that I have done and continue to undertake with a new tool I have developed called the Mind Resonance Process(TM)(MRP).

Over the last 10 years I have been working with MRP to help individuals effectively dissolve negative limiting beliefs and emotions that they carry in their consciousness. Such beliefs and emotions are stored in the mind/body as a result of the learning and life experience of the particular individual. Now although some beliefs can be altered over time with new learning, most which result from repeated experiences become almost "hardwired" within the person. Such hardwiring implies that there is an actual physiological change that occurs in the physical body at many levels.

It is this hardwiring "effect" that appears to be responsible for the aging process in my view. This idea has its roots in many observations I have made using MRP while helping inidviduals essentially "dissolve" these limiting beliefs and emotions from consciousness. The net result of such an endeavour has been the following: a great sense of renewed energy in the body, feelings of reinvigoration, a loss of weight, feelings of buoyancy, a youthful radiance emanating from the person and a reemergence of youthful characteristics.

I explain the results above as follows. Any negative beliefs or emotions usually result from and are part of a larger life experience which often has some traumatic roots to it. In other words tramatic events in the form of stored traumatic memories. Now we don't usually experience these memories in consciousness on a daily basis unless one has been severely traumatized, in which case they may experience a "flooding" of past memories into consciousness in the form of "flashbacks".

The reason most of our traumatic memories are "unconscious" i.e.. out of conscious awareness, is because some of our "vital life energy" is being used to keep them there. Without this process we would find ourselves constantly flooded by such memories and we would be so distracted by them in the moment that we wouldn't be able to function adequately. In fact this is the case with individuals with severe or chronic trauma.

As more and more of our vital life energy is used to hold these memories at bay the less there is to support the necessary physiological functions of our bodies. This leads to such things as a decrease in energy, states of depression (another term for a low energy state), decreased emotional and physical resilience to stress, increased vulnerability to physical deterioration i.e. illness and accelerated aging.

Now with MRP there is a way of releasing these traumatic events which intrude on and are held in our consciousness thereby depleting us of the vital life energy that is meant to keep us youthful and vibrant. Such release appears to allow one to reclaim the held energy and to spontaneously redirect it to its proper function which is to repair and support the physical body. Current studies looking at markers for aging such as declining testosterone and DHEA levels in men are being undertaken to verify these observations.

Dr. Nick Arrizza is trained in Chemical Engineering, Business Management & Leadership, Medicine and Psychiatry. He is a Key Note Speaker, Author, Stress Management Coach, Peak Performance Coach & Researcher, Specializes in Life and Executive Performance Coaching, is the Developer of a powerful new tool called the Mind Resonance Process(TM) that helps build phyiscal, emotional, mental and spirtual well being by helping to permanently release negative beliefs, emotions, perceptions and memories. He holds live workshops, international telephone coaching sessions and international teleconference workshops on Physical. Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Well Being. Web Site:

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