Hey!! How are you?? What have you been up to for the summer, anything exciting??? I went on some adventures so far, cycled across the states, got a random job in Montana lol It's been a while, I don't get a chance to internet to often, but now I am more stable since I am working in Montana. Would love to catch up and hear how you have been!!
Hey thanks for the comment and support! I love how positive and reassuring everyone is on this site! I'll find your old blog post, you write really well by the way... so honest. We can keep each other updated on how we're doing if you want, maybe like once a month or something =) I'll take you're advice in, but I think, on the occassions I will eat out, try and find something low fat/vegan... I don't mind cooked veg and grains, still eat it from times... I might just slowly draw it out though until everyone is comfortable with it and off my back...well I know that will never be the case, but they should understand more once i'm fitter, healthier and stronger =) good luck to you on your journey... and like the other guy commented on your post, it can take up to 10 years, don't stress... you're still young! have a splendid day!
I'm really happy you like them! it's actually not the greatest camera, but it works :) it's called nikon coolpix, I most often use the macro setting, that makes a big difference. and fruit are such rewarding models to work with,)
What's a PK? It's such a shame we can't have our own group here though.
The science behind that book is so interesting, and against the mainstream, like all good things haha. The cycle lasts 2 weeks for some people but the after-effects can be longer for others thanks to a nasty little protein in the brain, don't know if you got to that part yet, which can make it up to about 8 weeks long. I seem to be in the latter group so I pay for mistakes rather dearly. I've gone up to about 100 days feeling few benefits and I can't really say what it's like yet when completely free of the cycle. Trying hard though, but definitely let me know of the benefits you find yourself!
Some of the Wisdom of the Ages sections are also very cool and inspiring. When you're done with the book let me know what parts you liked best if you like!
What interests me most is the references to "continence" possibly being both the fastest way to enlightenment and a way to achieve eternal youth in the body (immortality) in pages 233-234. I have always believed aging isn't natural, but some form of disease, and this could be the key as properly keeping the sexual energies (the most powerful we seem to have!) could maintain the regeneration of cells, and youth, indefinitely. Anyway, this is something I'm investigating and if I ever find the exact key to immortality I'll let you know lol.
Hi Cecilie! So what exactly happened to the group? Anyway, I did read the book and highly recommend it to everyone, but sadly not a lot of people seem interested! To me, karezza is perhaps the one important thing lacking in different health movements for complete well-being. Even the 6 Tibetan Rites (not just 5) are based on these principles in relation with eternal youth. Who knows, there might be some truth to that. Will know one day! :-)