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(Karra teaches about self-rejuvenation and the key steps to making yourself stay as young as possible. She combines the three principles of staying mentally active, physically active and maintaining a healthy diet.) 

Karra: okay, let us look at something that has interested me for a little while. Something that I have thought about, something that your race is very fascinated with. How to rejuvenate the body......

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: how to keep yourself looking younger. Well rejuvenating the body with your current medical technology is impossible. Certainly plastic surgery can help to maintain you looking young but to extend your life is almost impossible at this time. So, how do you live longer without rejuvenation technology and capabilities? Well it's very simple, very simple. One is eating healthy, two is being active, three and something that until recently I did not fully appreciate is learning something, not just once in a while but something new every day. This piece of information was given to me by a roundabout source and I will pay credit where credit is due. Tia handed me report of a comment made by Mark. Mark apparently was in a meeting and was asked what was his goal in life and his comment was to learn one thing new every day, to learn one new thing every day. Now how does learning one thing new every day keep you young? Well it depends on what that new thing is. Now certainly Mark has his health problems but his mental faculties are as sharp as they've ever been due to the fact that by learning one thing new every day stimulates certain chemicals within the mind which in turn keeps the mind sharp. Another way to put it is the mind does what Russ?

Russ: it grows younger.

Karra: not quite. How do you keep muscle in good shape?

Russ: exercise.

Karra: correct. So, you do mental calisthenics which keeps the mind looking young. Now, getting back to the muscles, when the muscles are worked out every day what happens?

Russ: they stay strong.

Karra: and in staying strong?

Russ: they grow.

Karra: and in growing?

Russ: they maintain their youthful health.

Karra: okay, now something that you may not have noticed this year is let's take the early part of the year, in fact from January to March. From January to March of this year you had four colds. Let us take from October to now, how many colds have you had?

Russ: none, one maybe.

Karra: and that wasn't very serious.

Russ: yeah.

Karra: why? Okay let's look at it this way, this time last year, you had a sore throat, you'd been to the doctor, you were taking antibiotics.

Russ: I was?

Karra: yes you had a cold this time last year.

Russ: oh okay, you know me better than I do obviously.

Karra: you were drinking vast quantities of orange juice as well.

Russ: yeah.

Karra: now, looking at now, you have only had maybe a cold.....

Russ: right.

Karra: you haven't taken any antibiotics........

Russ: no.

Karra: you're feeling pretty fit and healthy.

Russ: I drink a lot of orange juice there at that one point where I had that sore throat.

Karra: uh-huh. Okay why?

Russ: I didn't want to bring on anything.

Karra: no. Why have you, compared to last year, been healthier?

Russ: kind of attribute it to those vitamins I'm taking now?

Karra: you've only been taking those for what, two weeks now?

Russ: more or less.

Karra: uh-huh, it's still early to say what effect they're having.

Russ: hmm.

Karra: three months down the road you may be able to say something.

Russ: well I haven't been doing any exercise really to speak of, in fact if anything, I've been a lazy slob.

Karra: you have not done any fencing recently?

Russ: in the summer, right

Karra: uh-hmm, a lot this summer correct?

Russ: yeah.

Karra: you have not been keeping your mind active?

Russ: oh very active.

Karra: uh-hmm, have you not been eating well?

Russ: yeah pretty good.

Karra: okay, so what does this tell us?

Russ: well my regimen's been better.

Karra: correct. You are, eating healthier, you are exercising, you are keeping your mind exercising.

Russ: so this would explain that strange purchase I made from a television show wouldn't it?

(an elliptical machine I was "inspired" to purchase while watching an infomercial)

Karra: uh- huh.

(Russ breaks out in laughter)

Karra: okay, now where were we? Oh yes.

Russ: exercise, mental discipline.......

Karra: uh-huh.

Russ: and a good diet.

Karra: correct. So, now let us look at the worst offender for abusing his health (Mark). Okay, has he suffered any illness other than his intestinal discomfiture?

Russ: no, he hasn't been off work or anything.

Karra: uh-huh. Has he had any colds?

Russ: yeah, a little bit but........

Karra: minor ones.

Russ: nothing that has kept him from work.

Karra: last year if my memory serves me correct, they sent him home early on a Friday and a Monday because he was ill.

Russ: he was pretty bad last year.

Karra: hm-hmm.

Russ: yeah, fencing. Well you remember the summer before that all we were doing was racing boats.

(radio controlled sailboats)

Karra: correct, sitting down, racing boats.

Russ: very sedentary exercise to say the least.

Karra: uh-huh, but it was good for the mind, it was good for relaxing.

Russ: true, I think fencing relaxes him more than the boat racing does though.

Karra: yes I think it does too. But, let us look let us look at last year and this year. The big difference is in the increase in activity.

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: now with eating healthy, as he's been forced to do although of late he seems to be neglecting it a little bit but that is understandable due to the fact that he is working hard.

Russ: right.

Karra: eating healthy, learning new skills, computer skills, work skills, management skills, learning to adjust his management techniques. Teaching, which is exercising the mind because he has to learn how to teach. Exercise itself, intense exercise, even though it is maybe twice, three times a week is certainly very useful and beneficial. So what is happening to your bodies? They're taking on the tone and fitness of being healthy and in doing so with the muscles tightening up and the skin tightening up, the wrinkles that were starting to appear here and there are disappearing. When wrinkles disappear what happens? Skin looks younger, you can't do anything about his loss of hair.

Russ: how can wrinkles disappear?

Karra: because the skin becomes tighter.

Russ: why?

Karra: because the muscles are growing.

Russ: oh.

Karra: because the exercise is replacing the cells.

Russ: oh.

Karra: because the exercise is strengthening the cells and in doing so, strengthens the immune system.

Russ: understandable.

Karra: so you see, what is actually happening to the bodies?

Russ: they are staying healthy.

Karra: hmm-hmm and they're self-rejuvenating a little bit.

Russ: hmm.

Karra: it's not going to extend the life expectancy much but the bodies are rejuvenating themselves. The bodies are becoming strong.

Russ: well a lot of the growing of old and the elderly is the problems that come around with the lack of exercise, lack of mental and diet that lead to more problems earlier in some people and later in others.

Karra: correct.

Russ: so this keeps the bodies, while the life expectancy might be the same, there won't be as many problems later on.

Karra: correct. Now let us take some older people, let us take somebody that Mark's very fond of and looks up to, his grandfather. 86 years old, I think that's pretty respectable for a third dimensional male correct?

Russ: oh yeah, very respectable.

Karra: uh-huh. Until recently from what Tia has said, his grandfather was very mentally active, ate reasonably healthy and exercised regularly.

Russ: he stopped?

Karra: well due to ill health.

Russ: oh.

Karra: so, let us take this individual and his exercise regimens, walking 5 miles a day, working, lugging heavy objects around, keeping his muscles in tone. Certainly it appears to be that he suffered greatly in his youth in a motorcycle accident but yet that did not stop him from maintaining a healthy, vigorous life. Let us look at some other factors. Well much like his grandson, he did smoke. His grandson still smokes, probably smoked heavier than his grandson. So, does cigarettes increase the cancer rate? Yes it does, without a shadow of a doubt, it is very harmful and very negative but there are some beneficial factors which we covered last week I believe, or last channeling session.

Russ: correct.

Karra: but, certain people it does not appears to affect as much due to the fact, or any dangerous activity cannot be said to be totally beneficial as long as certain things are followed. Eating healthy, exercise and mentally active. These three things should be the foundation for longevity. You can drink in moderation, you can smoke in moderation, you can eat fats in moderation as long as you follow the three main areas. Mental activity, physical activity and eating healthy most of the time. After all, I will even admit I do enjoy foods that are very bad for me from time to time. High, rich foods I absolutely love. Much like that salmon pâté I made the other day, very bad for you. Okay I admit I did not make it totally myself. Okay hon, you have any questions?

Russ: indeed. I've learned a lot about what causes the cancer, at least on third dimension, I don't know if it holds true on sixth dimension and the fact that a lack of oxidization in the cells leads to a lower ability to fight off the cancer and the free radicals which will attach to cells that are lacking electrons or molecules lacking electrons.

Karra: that's correct.

Russ: now is the work that you were discussing with the diet, the exercise and the mental strength help to increase those cancer fighting elements?

Karra: yes, yes due to the fact and oxidization in the blood, cell capacity to carry oxygen, that's an interesting field in itself that we can go into and there is a lot of common misconceptions. We will hold that one for a later discussion.

Russ: okay.

Karra: and that will be an interesting discussion because there are quite a few common misconceptions that you have, very common misconceptions and very common throughout your population. But yes, by making the cells healthy, by being active, eating well and keeping mentally active, certainly increases the capability to fight off cell degradation and weakness which opens up to free radicals.

Russ: the free radicals are brought upon by cigarette smoking maybe?

Karra: there are lots of different factors.

Russ: oh there are?

Karra: lots of different factors. Such as being exposed to radioactive materials, such as smoking harmful chemicals, such as living where there is a high concentration of certain chemicals. There are many, many different causes for cancer. Genetic problems, inbreeding, outbreeding, introducing of incompatible genes, all sorts of various problems, all sorts of possible potentials for cancer.

Russ: hmm, okay, that helps a lot.

Karra: certainly, next question.

Russ: in treating these particular items, side effects of this, depression........

Karra: uh-hmm.

Russ: things like that where chemicals are used currently to fight those things, what can be used as a fighting method for a more psychic level?

Karra: certainly the three that I have stated also help. For example, you and Mark have normal fluctuations in moods however, there are times where depression is part of the cycle. Have you been depressed recently since you have become more active?

Russ: not at all.

Karra: no except for that minor little bump.

Russ: nothing major.

Karra: nothing major. Okay, what does that tell you?

Russ: tells me that......well, a lot of it is getting more exercise but also the mental challenges facing me now are greater and more satisfying.

Karra: correct. So, mental activity, physical activity and eating healthy does, let's go through them.

Russ: rejuvenates.

Karra: it rejuvenates the body.....

Russ: uh-huh.

Karra: it keeps your life expectancy increased.....

Russ: uh-hmm.

Karra: it keeps you emotionally controlled.

Russ: uh-huh, fights disease.

Karra: fights disease.

Russ: and helps maintain a positive state of mind for dealing with problems.

Karra: correct, correct. So, these mental activities, these physical activities, these eating activities are what?

Russ: third dimensional rejuvenation techniques.

Karra: correct. They're not the ultimate rejuvenation techniques but they will help to keep your body looking younger. In essence, it is not reversing, but stopping or slowing down the acceleration of degradation of the cells. So you could say that yes it is rejuvenation because the muscles tighten up and you do look younger but it is not true rejuvenation.

Russ: right.

Karra: if we labeled the topic rejuvenation, it would not be correct.

Russ: correct.

Karra: what we could label it as is, staying younger, looking younger.

Russ: okay.