Could you explain how you stay looking so young and strong.
After my last visit with you I’ve been perplexed to see other people at your age or even close to your age looking very much weaker; posture, voice, thinning hair and lots of wrinkles in the face. It’s been a shocking difference to see this.
I know that your movements facilitate youth and strength, but it’s still an interesting subject for me as I want to further bring youth and strength into my life.
As you know, we just spent one week together. I taught you the last portion of the Three Treasures. Your comments to me were that the rapid coiling – and the complexity of the figure eight and cone-shapes made with the hands aerially – go very deep in the body.
This is how I stay young.
I am continually performing the Dragon Gate movements that mimic the spiraling vortexes that are ever-presently available; not only within my hand gestures. The magic of Lo Ban Pai is that it translates energetically as vibratory signatures that have sound that go deep within each cell.
Nevertheless – without getting too complex about the system that I am practicing and teaching – one of the two major things that keep me young are Windlock and Awakening the Energy Body. This keeps my body hard like steel and flexible like a cat.
I train six days a week: up to four to five hours a day. I never deviate from this unless traveling gets in the way. My discipline makes me young.
I always go to bed before 9.30 pm. And upon waking always get up to train. Whenever I can I have an afternoon nap for no more than 45 minutes. While doing this I hug my wife and share the feelings of comfort and quietude between our beating hearts.
I always eat healthy food – except for when I am naughty – and this doesn’t happen very often. My primary diet is usually 80-90 percent fruit and the rest is salad and vegetables.
I refuse under all circumstances to be social with anybody. I will tell the truth when it is appropriate – which is most of the time – because the only contact I have with people is my students. I don’t celebrate birthdays or Christmas. I don’t acknowledge any of these yearly cycles. I am extremely reclusive and find encountering people in general outside of teaching my students disturbing – so I stay away. This keeps me young because I don’t waste my energy in situations that can drain one’s personal essence.
I always listen to the playlist I’ve got on my website, which includes calming and beautiful music that relays this message to my biosphere. All my students have experienced this. It has such an altering effect.
I mostly avoid being in contact with people my age because they are too old – and if my students happen to be my age or older I love them dearly and communicate in a fashion that allows them to be natural and open around me. I do this with my younger students as well obviously. This is one of the reasons why I don’t age like other people.
I don’t think, nor do I ever talk to myself inside my head. But I will openly talk to somebody else from my heart. This keeps me young.
I laugh a lot and cry when it is necessary. That is what keeps me young.
I am who I am meant to be. If I can’t be who I am meant to be then I quietly watch my circumstances and this is in essence being truly myself, even if other people can’t see me being this way.
There are many things that I can tell you that will reveal the reasons why I don’t have wrinkles on my face and I look young.
I don’t use chemicals for washing my clothes and I avoid all chemical exposure within my home, wherever I am.
But the real reason why I am so young, is because I honor and love my wife so much and because she makes me beautiful plates of fruit and I absorb these wonderful feelings from her intentions towards me.
This is why I am young. I appreciate every moment that I have lived and in appreciation I connect to that which cannot be felt or seen or heard. This keeps me young.