PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, March 24th, 2015 by Eugenia Oganova in MISSION ALPHA

“The belief in aging is a psychological ‘clock’ that translates into biology for a subscriber to that belief. The average human body clock programs cells to divide, diminish and die, therefore creating a limited lifespan. The human clock is based in chronology, in linear time. Lately, due to dimensional energies being more coherent and to increased awareness, time feels faster to us. From the Soul level, this brings greater emotional experience in every moment, but from an imbalanced human perspective it tends to speed up the clock.

In other words, lately it might feel like we are running out of time. This is one of the reasons for such an expansion of the cosmetic surgery industry and all sorts of ways of making the body look younger. On the social scale, there is urgency (and even a low-level panic) about getting old, and a resolve to do whatever is possible to stop it. But since the idea of the clock is based in victim consciousness, the clock cannot be stopped. It can only be discarded. The biology of aging is created by a belief, which is a conceptual level program.

A perfect blueprint of health contains another program, the one for cellular regeneration. But it is only accessible when social, genetic, and karmic patterns are not overriding our curiosity for life. Curiosity fuels cellular regeneration. The more curious we are, the more passion we have, the more desire to live, the more vitality and health, which in turn makes us younger.”

Eugenia Oganova, in “Mission Alpha”

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