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When you start to practice The Bliss Technique, immediately you will start to notice great things happening to your body. You will start to feel different and better.

  • Your heart rate will slow down. 

  • Your blood pressure will normalize. 

  • You will consume less oxygen. 

  • You will use oxygen more efficiently. 

  • Your breathing will slow. 

  • Your heart will pump less blood. 

  • You will perspire less. 

  • Your adrenal glands will prodice less adrenaline and noradrenaline. 

  • Your adrenal glands will produce less cortisol. 

  • Your immune system will improve.

  • You will make more sex hormones, particularly dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA).

  • Your  pituitary gland will release more growth hormone (the key antiaging hormone). 

And that is the key to anti-aging.......

Over 200 leading scientific research papers that now PROVEN that flooding your body with ecstatic energy produced by levels of deep meditation is the BEST WAY to naturally  trigger your body into  producing its own most powerful anti-aging hormones.



Clare, Wood Green,London

How experiencing ecstatic energy is the best anti-aging cream available!


This is the key: 

It is not meditation that radically reduces the signs of aging, BUT - the powerful  hormones and chemicals that are produced by the body WHEN  it goes into deep meditative states.

It is these hormones and secretions that are the anti-aging agents. 

So most people don't realize that the best anti-aging cream or lotion is within within their own bodies - within their own hormonal system!

And so John, when some of my students ask me a practical reason why they should practice the Bliss Technique, I tell them:

 " Go look in the mirror- and tell me how much you spend every month on anti-aging creams, oinments and lotions - when the most powerful anti-aging 'cream' is within yourself.



Remember, The Bliss Technique means nothing if you do not see and FEEL the effects in your mirror.

You are one with your body.

And as you begin to access and feel these higher ecstatic energies running through your body, your body, which is made of the same ENERGY, but vibrating at a different speed – will begin to RESPOND to this ecstatic, HEALING  life-giving energy.  

You’ll see the difference in YOUR eyes.

In YOUR skin.

In YOUR hair.

In YOUR muscles.

In YOUR bones.

If you don’t - then you are not accessing these energies properly and you are wasting your time.

 

As Ramakrishna once said:  

“When a person attains ecstatic love, all the pores of the skin, even the roots of the hair, become like so many sex organs, and in every pore the aspirant enjoys the incredible pleasure of communion with life itself.”  


In his book, 'Doing Nothing',  the author Steven Harrison writes this: 

 

"The body needs consciousness,  life  energy

It is starving. 

Disease is the starvation of the body. 

The starvation is not for food, but for the entry of consciousness, of life energy into the very cells of the body.

This chronic consciousness-starvation is manifest in the slow decline and degeneration of the physical body. It is the aging process, mechanically imprinted in our memory, our genes". 

 

When your body learns once again how to release hyper-stress from it's sytem and how  to experience DEEP levels of ecstatic peace and relaxation, your whole bodily bio-chemistry will change.

Deep meditative practices like the Bliss Technique transform  the body's ability to generate and secrete certain hormonal substances, namely an intriguing steroid called DHEA.

DHEA is a plentiful substance that is secreted by the adrenal cortex.

It circulates in the bloodstream in quantities thousands of times greater than either the sex hormone, estrogen and testosterone, yet science has been unable to pin what it's exact role in the body is.

All that is known is that it declines in a virtual straight line with age.

Levels of DHEA peak at around age 25 but continue to reduce to about 5% of their maximum by the last year of life.

However in 1989, in Temple University a biochemist called Arthur Schwartz made an extraordinary discovery when he injected DHEA to mice and observed a remarkable reversal in ageing.

Scientists now had some key evidence that DHEA must have some key role to play in the body's ageing process but they also found an important link between DHEA and the body's exposure to stress.

Research began to show that the body's DHEA reservoir was significantly depleted by marked levels of stress.

Scientists began to draw the following conclusion that if someone can keep up his DHEA levels, his body must be resisting stress, and with fewer stress reactions, ageing should be retarded.

In a related experiment, 328 experienced meditators were examined and their levels of DHEA were compared to those of 1,462 people who had never practised meditation.

The results were highly significant - for example, men over 45 who practiced had 23% more DHEA, the women meditators 47% more DHEA.

Overall it was estimated that the meditator's DHEA levels were equivalent to those of people five to ten years older .

And in similar follow-up  experiments, with over 100 women suffering from thinning hair due to the stress  of life and work - over 90% easily reversed the condition within 6 months once they learned how to experience deep levels of peace, relaxation and pleasure in their bodies once again.  


Meditation Shown to Reduce Aging

Study shows meditation to have long-term physical effects

A recent study by Harvard instructor Dr. Sara W. Lazar, has shown that meditation can help to increase brain function, reduce the effects of aging on the brain, and improve concentration and memory.

Lazar, whose primary appointment is at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), initiated the study as a response to claims that meditation improved brain function and reduced the effects of aging.

According to Dr. Lazar, no previous work had been done to actually analyze the physiological effects of one’s thoughts. However, this study provided “some really strong physical evidence that there are some long-term physical affects” of meditation, she said.

“Dr. Lazar’s findings are relatively unique; they show that the mind, through practice, can increase the thickness of the prefrontal cortex,” according to fellow corroborator on the study, Dr. Herbert Benson—the Mind/Body Medical Institute Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

This thickening of the cortex is contrary to what should happen as the brain ages so the researchers concluded that the meditation was responsible for this physical effect.

“When compared to age match controls, the people who weren’t evoking the relaxation response had thinner cortexes,” commented Benson. The group that was tested ranged from 25-50-year-olds who meditated lightly—approximately 40 minutes a day.

The implications of these findings could be very important, said Lazar and Benson.

After completing this study, Lazar said she believes, “The effects of meditation can counter the effect of age.”

If the findings of the study can be confirmed through follow-up research, meditation could be prescribed just like any other healthcare
, said Benson.

Benson said he believes this study shows that meditation is just “one of scores of techniques that bring about a physiologic response.” Meditation, according to Benson, is one of the weapons in the arsenal of fighting aging of the brain.

A follow-up study is being planned by Lazar to confirm the findings of her research. In the new study, people will be tested at two points in time, once before meditation starts and once after to show the effects meditation has specifically on memory and attention, she explained.

As people live longer than ever before, aging brains become a significant problem. Lazar said she hopes to shed more light on how meditation might be used to combat this aging and perhaps even reverse it.


Physiological Benefits of Meditation

1) Meditation reduces the heart rate, as well as the respiratory and metabolic rate. This helps to reduce the workload on the heart. It is highly beneficial for people suffering from high blood pressure.

2) Cortisol is often called the stress hormone and is related to a wide variety of health related problems - especially when it is in high levels in our body. Meditation lowers cortisol levels and provides relief from the adverse effects of cortisol on our health.

Meditation helps to reduce stress in this way. It also reduces muscle tension and enhances the quality of living.

3) Regular practice of meditation reduces the creation of free radicals that are responsible for tissue damage and premature aging.

4) Meditation improves the breathing process. This helps to increase airflow to the lungs and has a revitalizing effect on our overall health. It enhances the level of strength, vigor and energy.

5) Meditation boosts the immune system and slows down the process of aging.

6) Meditation helps in reducing the symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome.

7) Meditation enhances the functioning of the brain. It is helpful in curing migraines, headaches, etc. and other neurological and nervous system problems.


Clinical Evidence For The Benefits Of Meditation

Research by Dr Vincent Giampapa, MD, Former President of American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine, New England Journal of Medicine

Dr Giampapa suggested that meditation “dramatically” affects the production of three hormones directly related to longevity of life and overall well-being; cortisol, DHEA and melatonin:

1) Cortisol is found in the adrenal glands and impacts learning and memory, as too much of it is bad for us and causes stress. This is reduced by meditation.

2) DHEA is used as a “source ingredient” for virtually every “good hormone” the body needs, and helps our immune system. This is increased by meditation and brainwave entraiment sessions

3) Melatonin is the chemical produced during deep, natural sleep. Having lots of DHEA and melatonin is good for us. This is increased by meditation.

Research by Dr Margaret Patterson & Dr Ifor Capel, Marie Curie Cancer Foundation Research Department:

 

How Meditation Reduces Free Radicals in the Body


A free radical is an agent which attacks our cells from the inside-out. To understand how, we must understand that our cells are made up of atoms with a nucleus at the center. This nucleus is surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged particles called electrons, which work in pairs. For many reasons, including stress, depression, and environmental factors, an atom in one of our cells may lose an electron. The loss of an electron is how an atom becomes a free radical, which can now attack the cell it occupies, damaging and eventually killing it.

Death and damage in our cells is exactly what aging is, the solution - antioxidants. Antioxidants are nutrients made in the human body and found in healthy foods. Antioxidants donate their extra electrons to free radicals restoring balance.

The human body can produce its own antioxidants, but with the activities we do daily, and the toxins we are exposed to in food and in the environment, we rupture more cells than we can produce. This is especially so if we do not get adequate sleep, are over-stressed, anxious, or depressed, which is why meditation helps fight free radicals. Meditation restores restful and peaceful states to the mind, relaxing muscles, oxygenating blood, and increasing the flow of nutrients to cells, so the body can naturally produce antioxidants.

The body gets more quality time to heal while meditating than while sleeping. When sleeping, your brain is still thinking subconsciously, as is manifesting itself in dreams. During meditation, this isn't the case. During meditation your mind is relaxed, giving your body the energy to boost your immune system, fight disease, and produce antioxidants.

The result is increased longevity, better health, and an increased quality of life. By slowing the aging process and fighting free radicals, we reduce our risks of cancer and disease. Meditation is the fountain of youth we have all been waiting for, and it is available to you right now.

stimulate your natural production of tryptamines; serotonin, melatonin and D.M.T so you can benefit from deeper sleep, improved mood, increased mind power, better health, creativity and intuition.

 

 

Melatonin

 

 

 

Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain. It anti-aging hormone with many functions including helping you sleep. Researchers believe our melatonin levels drop as we age. Some people think lower levels of melatonin may explain why some older adults have sleep problems and tend to go to bed and wake up earlier than when they were younger. Doctors prescribe expensive melatonin supplements for sleep disorders. With meditation you can make them naturally and for free.

 

 

 

Serotonin

 

Serotonin is a hormone that helps maintain a happy feeling and seems to help keep our moods under control by helping with sleep, calming anxiety, and relieving depression. According to researchers like Schildkraut and later Coppen, depression is caused by a deficiency in serotonin, which impairs neuronal communication. Drugs like Prozac (fluoxetine) are widely prescribed to treat depression with a whole list of harmful side effects. With meditation you get a drug and side effect free, natural way to keep your serotonin levels in balance.

 

 

 

DHEA

 

 

 

DHEA gives you protection against stress-related hormones such as cortisol.

A study published in the New England Journal of Medicine 11/12/1986 found that a 100 microgram per deciliter increase in DHEA blood levels corresponded with a 48% reduction in mortality due to cardiovascular disease and a 36% reduction in mortality for any reason!

Trypnaural meditation is widely enjoyed by users all around the world, from yoga teachers, reiki masters, corporate executives, actors, musicians and even employed by USA Army officers as a way for them to combat stress.

People who meditate live longer and happier lives because mediation produces amazing feel good hormones that boosts the immune system and enhances your cells.

These hormones are what we should make all the time, but under long term stress our brain stop produces these beneficial hormones and starts to produce harmful stress hormones instead.

Meditation also enhances your brain function so you can think with more clarity, think faster and sharper and tackle more complex tasks. This is how many corporate exec, business people, even politicians and lawyers are getting the edge over their colleagues in the harsh cut throat competitive world we live in…

 

 


 

 

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