Some weeks ago a distinguished Guide in the Master Key Experience (MKE) community shared a provoking thought in our Guide Council about aging, which gave me the idea to share this article with you.
Ease with Aging
If we look all around us, it seems obvious that aging is inevitable and brings all individuals to a progressive and inevitable degradation of their psychic and physical capabilities until death.
Apparently, we are all doomed to die in a range of 80 to 120 years due to aging, providing of course we successfully avoid all other more brutal causes of death like accidents, wars, earthquakes, etc.
However, although the overwhelming evidence that aging should be considered as a fatality, I have always got, as far as I remember, a diffuse yet definite gut feeling that there was something wrong with this aging concept.
I did nothing significant to validate or invalidate that gut feeling until the MKE made me realize that everything affecting my being was entirely depending on my belief system.
Could aging be something else than just a fatality?
From there on, I regularly started to catch some interesting information here and there that would question the global “theory” of aging, or rather, the big “aging” egregore made of millions of beliefs shared by billions of people around the planet since many generations.
EgregoreAn angelic being from the Book of Enoch
Here are just a few examples of some of these “questionable” pieces of information:
Under well defined conditions, human cells can reproduce themselves indefinitely; one example are the “Hela” cells, a specific type of human cell used for experimentation purposes by many laboratories around the world, and coming from Henrietta Lacks, a woman who died in…1951!
Aubrey de Grey, a British bio-gerontologist, has identified what he calls “The 7 causes of human body aging” and has successfully financed and built a research and development team to create the remedies to each of these 7 causes…
In the Old Testament of the Bible, the generations of Patriarchs who lived before the Deluge are said to live in average 900 years, Methuselah being reputedly the oldest as he died at 969; the average death age of the Patriarchs after the Deluge turned around 400 years, and it further decreased later on, from Abraham, to 200 years (quite interestingly, in the “Bible of Jerusalem” translation, there is an assumption from the translators that this spectacular decrease of longevity was due to the increase of evil on earth, as in the religious tradition, a long life was considered as a blessing from God).
In kinesiology, the muscle test is testing strong when you say your birthdate (your body says “it’s true”), but it is testing weak when you say your age (your body says “it’s wrong”).
This list could go on and on…
It’s all about belief.
Of course, none of this information should be considered as an irrefutable proof that the average human life span could or should be longer than 100 years; they are just hints that are visible from my own viewpoint, that “aging is a pure creation of my belief system, not a fatality”.
Those who believe aging IS a fatality will, by Law, find an even longer list of hints that will validate their viewpoint.
For example, if you believe, I mean really believe deep inside your subconscious mind, that you will live 80, 90 or 100 years in good health and with plenty of exciting projects, then you will… If you believe, deep inside without even knowing it, that you will start losing hearing or sight capacity or both after 60 (eg. because it happened to your father and your grand-father, and because “scientific experts” say it happens to 63,18% of the population lol), then you most probably will…
If you believe that making long travels after 70 is not for your age anymore and that you are better stay safe at home (eg. because that’s what the people you trust the most are saying), then you will…
And so on…
“Ok, I got it…So, if I believe that I will live 200, 300 or 500 years in great shape and with amazing projects then I will?”
Well, maybe not…unless…?
Yes, unless that belief is really ingrained deep inside my subconscious mind and is not superseded by the myriad of collective beliefs about aging conveyed by the aging egregore…
And what are the odds that these two conditions are met?
I would say … mmmmh … let me think … approximately 0,0% chances… ��
So then, what would be the point of spending (wasting?) time to think or talk about this subject of aging?
Well, thanks to what I learned in the MKE about my belief system, I found it to be a huge field of investigation and experimentation about how it drives my whole life.
Here is how it works for me.
First, it helps me clarifying my purpose in life and creating new, better habits faster
I know in my gut what my omnipotent, omniscient Higher Self tells me: that I am totally free to choose my lifespan – 100, 200, or 1000 years – providing I know exactly what I want to achieve with my life during that lifespan.
Also, I observe that I still have in my daily life some habits which are detrimental to my good health, hence which are favorizing aging…I know it and yet I can’t still completely get rid of them…
This shows me without a shadow of a doubt that I have some discordant beliefs in my Blueprint which temporarily keep me from aligning all my behaviors to the will of my Higher Self…
It is also an indication that I should continue to improve my vision, the description of my life purpose and the intensity of the desire which goes with it, since this is exactly what is boosting the creation of my new healthier habits.
Second, it helps improving my Observer and my language
Did you notice the language of people that look older than others who were born like them?
“It isn’t my age anymore to… ” (fill the blank); “I’m getting older, I feel it in my knees…”; “I’m approaching 60 already…time flies!”; etc.
Observing my thoughts and my words when thinking and talking about aging reveals exactly where I stand in that area…This is so precious, because it gives me a practical method to efficiently change my beliefs, not only for aging but also for any other topic in my life.
As in all areas of life, our beliefs have a decisive impact on the effect of aging on our physical and psychical abilities.
Knowing it is a first step, the next step for those who are interested is to learn how to replace the discordant beliefs by more harmonious ones.
And just in case you would feel somewhat overwhelmed by the difficulty of this task, here are two little colored tips:
- 1) remember that every progress we achieve for ourselves also serves the whole human community (that’s a Blue tip ��)
- 2) the practical training provided by the MKE is unrivalled when it comes to mastering our beliefs and win the game of life (a Red tip ��)
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow but learn as if you were to live forever.”