LONDON (Reuters) â€“ If Aubrey de Grey's predictions are right, the first person who will live to see their 150th birthday has already been born. And the first person to live for 1,000 years could be less than 20 years younger.
This is a reality for many. And something to consider for some. But if we look at every tradition form the ancient Egyptians, to the bibles stories of Enoch and Elijah, to the Tibetan rainbow body, to stories of ascension to the possibilities of mode in science. We see that many have suggested that death was not inevitable and heir can be a greater destiny for out human embodiment. This section is an overview by many in this merging field as to what is possible.
I couldnâ€™t help but notice the high-profile actresses of my generation â€“ such as Meryl Streep, Jane Fonda, and Helen Mirren â€“ who remain so vital and stunning well into their 60s. I found myself shouting out, â€śYes, we can!â€ť I know many of you have heard me talk so passionately about my belief in 'winding up, not down' at any age, and this just confirmed what I already knew to be true.
Several very close friends, not to mention myself AND my beloved twins, Gian and Francesca (pictured with me, below, at their recent birthday party), are all celebrating our birthdays in November, so it's an ideal time to discuss something we all have strong opinions and feelings about-- aging.
Stumbling upon the fountain of youth may seem like an unlikely feat, but with these tips we've learned that accessing endless youth is an option inside each and everyone of us:
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June 23, 2011
You probably know sage as a cooking spice. But itâ€™s too good just to keep in your kitchen and break out only for your Thanksgiving turkey.
Your ancient ancestors prized sage. They thought people who drank sage tea never got old.
They called sage the â€śherb of immortality.â€ť