How to live forever

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

 

SUBJECT TO CHANGE

PREFACE       I

 

INTRODUCTION      1

Self-search       4

Can it be proved?         4

Proof requires a sense of achieving        5

 

ALL ANIMALS DIE   9

The individual   9

Big and strong in society           15

Liberation         17

Power structures           18

Army    18

Secret Service and propaganda 19

Priests  20

The Arts           24

Control and Guidance   24

Work   25

Negative ethics 26

Social and business       26

Habits  26

Unproductive people    26

Other expanding infinities          29

Government      31

Star Wars mentality      33

Frail Centre      34

Them-and-us mentality  35

Expanding infinities do not lead to solutions but to rather more problems.           37

Swing between extremes           37

Freedom of speech       38

Titanic thinking  41

Conclusion       42

 

PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE        45

Philosophers of the past     45

Mathematics     45

Think ranges not classes            45

Mutually exclusive concepts      46

Contradictions: High road, low road      47

The big picture  47

Questioning everything  48

Dilemmas and contradictions     49

1. Respect versus killing (and abuse)     50

2. Courage versus cowardice    50

3. Knight in shining armour syndrome    51

4. Humans dependent on animals for food         51

5. Devour the planet     52

6. Hit-or-run-over-by-a-bus syndrome 52

7. Logical conclusion of positive and negative habits      52

8. Thoughts take over   54

9. Superstition  54

10. Thoughts cornered us like a wild animal       55

11. Facts versus processes       56

 

KNOW THYSELF      57

Our Higher Self            59

The Lord          61

Thoughts, Beliefs and Consistent Systems          61

Habitual patterns           61

The positive and negative influence of the Mind  62

How an expanding infinity operates in society    62

A constructive life         63

The dominant dominates           63

Conclusion       64

 

EVOLUTION  65

The behaviour of man now        65

Evolution: The never-ending journey      66

Use and disuse 66

Drug dependence and therapy guarantees death            66

The journey to infinity:  Habits and drugs           67

Adaptation       68

Diversification of a successful species    68

A sense of urgency       70

Conclusion       71

 

THE QUEST   72

 

THEORY OF LIFE     74

Create a mentor for life 74

The method      74

Preparation for life        75

Forethought and prediction       75

Moving to the same vibrations   76

Conclusion       76

 

TAKE THE QUEST FOR LIFE          79

Take the challenge of a Knight  79

Life is sacred and Life has first priority   79

Life force          80

Timeless body  81

Austerity           81

Siva Mind         81

Transcendence 82

Common connection for all life  82

Conclusion       82

 

THE NEXT STAGE OF EVOLUTION           85

Self-improvement         85

Changes in working environments          86

Society's organisation    86

Police and prisons         87

Defence: Solution          88

Teach a man to fish dilemma     89

Optimisation     89

Tesla and Edison          89

Technology       90

Conclusion       91

 

APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES TO ETERNAL LIVING       93

Health cannot be bought           93

The challenge    93

Eating   95

Exercise           97

Building an austere body           98

Do we need 8 hours of sleep?   99

Challenges in achieving a Siva lifstyle     99

Depend on Siva            100

Siva Knight lifestyle       100

Conclusion       103

 

FINAL NOTE 104

The Transition   107

 

APPENDIX     110

 

THE ANALYSIS: PART 1      111

 

CREATION AND DISSOLUTION OF THE UNIVERSE     113

Permanence  and change           113

Male and female gods   113

Interpretation    114

Where are the two universal substances?           114

The relationship            115

Creation and dissolution            115

Gravity 116

Why do earthquakes occur?     116

Stars exploding 116

The three qualities         117

Conclusion       117

 

WHY DID LIFE BEGIN?        119

The spiritual staircase    121

Maintaining a Chakra    122

The nature of consciousness      124

Feeling 125

Infinities and the intellect            125

The intellect - the eternal processor       126

Meditation        126

Conclusion       126

 

THE SUBTLE BODY  128

Prana and the subtle body         129

Kanda and Para Bindu  131

Concentrating Prana     131

Everyday performance  132

Meditation        132

The sixth sense 133

Summary          133

 

MIND, SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, EGO AND INTELLECT 135

The ego - the gathering principle            135

Noble aspiration           135

The subconscious Mind            136

Cannot tell the difference between real or unreal            137

Intellect: Processes logically to infinity    138

Imagination       138

Human stories most effective     139

Teaching and learning    139

Mind    140

Over stimulating the Mind         140

Mind and attachment    142

The spiritual journey      143

Conclusion       143

 

THE ANALYSIS: PART 2      150

 

THE RANGE OF BEHAVIOUR         150

 

AHIMSA: A CONSTRUCTIVE LIFE 151

Demand for body parts is destruction    152

Killing is not a natural instinct     153

If we kill, our consciousness will kill us  153

Suicide 153

War - the never-ending journey 154

No one wins     155

All killing is cowardice  156

Jonestown massacre     156

Conclusion       157

 

SEX: THE RANGE OF BEHAVIOUR            160

Feelings as a teenager   160

How disease and confusion occurs        163

Sense of touch  164

Focus of life      165

Conclusion       165

 

EATING: THE RANGE OF BEHAVIOUR     168

The difference between fasting and starving       169

Buddha, Gandhi and the Baby Boomers            169

What is fasting?            170

How fasting works        171

Fasting and the body’s efficiency           172

Starvation and gluttony  174

Infinities and the intellect            176

The swing between gluttony and starvation        177

Taste and smell 178

Food    179

Diet      179

The design of the body for food            180

High-risk diseases         181

A meat-based diet requires seven times more land than a plant-based diet          182

Beware of scientists      183

Processed food            184

Prayer before eating      185

The ethics of life            186

Conclusion       187

 

BREATHING: THE RANGE OF BEHAVIOUR         191

Family  192

Exercise           194

Work   196

Abuse of Labour          197

Society 198

Smell    198

The analysis      199

Conclusion       200

 

TALKING AND THINKING: THE RANGE OF BEHAVIOUR        203

The range of behaviour of talking and thinking    204

Decision process          205

Two direction and three states   206

Honesty            207

Truth    207

The past is better than today     209

Destructive versus constructive thoughts            209

Problems with expanding infinities with talking and thinking         210

Thought and action must go together to get results         210

What is the main benefit of thinking?      211

Sound and Sight           212

Communication: Thinking and speaking 212

Infinities and false beliefs           213

Integrity of thoughts      214

Conclusion       214

 

THE CENTRAL FOCUSING UNIT   216

The family unit  216

Greeting and Etiquette   216

Love and devotion        217

Love is not about sex    217

Support of family unit    219

Shared leadership and support  219

Conclusion       220

 

SO WHY DOES YOGA CHOOSE POSTURES?      221

Imprints on the Mind     221

 

AFFIRMATIONS FOR A LIFE QUEST        224

 

GLOSSARY    226

 

INDEX            228