How to live forever

You can extend your life indefinitely. You just have to know how!

No! It's not about dying.  It's not cryonics. It's not freezing or suspend your life in some way, and coming back later. Nor is it going into another world or dimension, or anything weird like that. Nor is it any medical or scientific breakthrough. Also, it is not about joining some organisation, sect or cult and receives some magical powers to achieve eternal life. And, it's not abot the supernatural. All these people are looking in the wrong place and they will never find it.


It is about self-mastery and understanding your design and knowing how to work with your body which has a relationship to the universe. You're the only one that can make it happen. It involves working with your design to achieve a lifestyle that achieves an indefinite lifespan. It is the most natural thing you'll ever do. It is about maintaining a timeless body and the lifestyle that goes with it. It could be as simple as making slight changes in your lifestyle. The choice on how long you live is yours. The answer may surprise you . . .

Let's get one thing straight:

Before I go any further I need to make it clear. This is no quick fix or fast-and-easy method to achieve an extended life. Also, this is not some airy fairy new age gimmick. It will be the hardest work you probably will ever do to achieve this quest. It would be as challenging and demanding as any university course. As well, it is as challenging as any professional athlete trying to be the best in the world. Training means diet changes and correct exercise needed among others things, to get there, as well as time and hard work. It takes effort to change your lifestyle and you need to keep doing that lifestyle all your life.


So where do we start

When I started to question everything about life I realised no one knew why people died. What was worse no one knew why we lived. Even the medical profession doesn't know. But strangest of all, people accepted death as certain when they don't even understand why people live. I concluded that if I want to live longer I needed to understand what makes me what I am. I needed a map of the universe that showed the invisible pitfalls, crevices, mountains, waterfalls of life that could take my life. More importantly, I needed to know not only what to avoid, but what to do in life.

 How did I work out this map of the universe about life and longevity? I looked at the way other philosophies were put together. I realised there were three questions to ask:

1.       How does the universe create and dissolve?

2.       Why does life start?

3.       What is the range of behaviour of all life (so we can discover why we behave the way we do)?


To a person who is not going to live a long time, it doesn't matter what answer they get to the three questions above. When you are going to die, it doesn't matter how creation and life started because you are going to be dead anyway. However, when you live indefinitely you need to know the answers to those questions. You need to know what makes and breaks the universe so you can travel through it and not get killed. You need to know the lifestyle to follow that helps you achieve an indefinite lifespan. You do that by understanding why and how you were created. This is what the book How to Live Forever addresses in plain English. It is as simple as that.

 I didn't create the philosophy from thin air. It comes from a philosophy of at least four to five-thousand years old, based on experience and experimentation. All I have done is work with the philosophy and use logic, reason and deduction based on my experience and the events happening around me that explains the way life works. This means that everyone can learn and understand it without having any big organisations dictating to them what life is about. You can work it out yourself. This gives you empowerment.

Unless you know the answers, you will not know peace of mind. Understanding your nature gives you peace in life. The keys are in the book How to Live Forever.

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