Everyone who has passed the age of youth can be bothered by the idea of not being young anymore. The notion of youth is meanwhile very ambiguous. Normally “young” doesn’t mean lacking anything but means healthy, vital, and good-looking, unless it is accompanied by other adjectives.
If you, or anyone you know, would wish to be just a day (or many days) younger, it means that the value of those days is not appreciated.
The connection between time, age, functionality and looks is a thought based on the notion of entropy and deterioration. When you allow yourself to be an exception rather than the rule, a living being rather than statistics, you can discover some alternative pathways.
Much of our body’s and mind’s functionality depends on whether the two hemispheres of our brain work in sync. You can perform a simple test that you can find anywhere online, to discover how well the two of your hemispheres are coordinated. If they are poorly coordinated, you can be glad: there’s a room for improvement.
One of my favorite charlatans (people possessing the talent for chatting), Richard Bartlett, recommends connecting to other talented people’s morphic fields to obtain results similar to theirs. My experience in dance confirms it is possible. I once danced with a leader who had a very intricate rhythm which I couldn’t quite follow until I imagined I was his usual partner, whom I saw many times dancing with him. My rhythm automatically adjusted and we danced a very nice tanda very much in sync.
Richard Bartlett possesses many talents, but it is hardly advisable to copy his morphic field for a number of collateral reasons, and you probably won’t find a single ageless person to copy their agelessness for yourself.
In this case, let’s imagine you copy your own future morphic field (you can also use mine from the present), where you are knowledgeable, experienced, wise, and enjoy blooming health and gorgeous looks.
Experimentation is the key to getting the results 😁