When a woman in her early to late thirties starts to experience her first signs of aging, she is very alarmed and concerned. So what is the first thing she does to remedy the situation? You guessed it! She runs to the local skin clinic. She will seek anything, anything at all, like micro-needling, microdermabrasion, peeling, laser treatments, plastic surgery, just to name a few. This woman will do it long enough to address the most conspicuous signs of aging, and when they are not as obvious she will settle down and relax again. And the process repeats itself over and over.
The bad thing is, the poor woman only goes after the physical reasons for aging and is completely oblivious to the fact that the subconscious mind is doing its own thing. One cannot fight the subconscious mind, it is said to be 1000-10000 times more powerful than the conscious mind. So in this case in spite of all that effort on the person’s behalf to change the signs of aging, her subconscious mind will return her right back to where she started from. And will age her back to the “appropriate” way she “should” look at 43.
If the programs running in the subconscious mind are not deleted or reprogrammed, there is no hope for any change on the outside. Our physicality only follows what the subconscious mind dictates. The above-mentioned process is very similar to this analogy. When one tries to swim against the current, he or she will have a semblance of success, just for a minute. But then tired of fighting the unstoppable natural force, they will give in to the current and go with the flow.
However when you re-route the subconscious mind by changing the software in the computer (your mind), the current will automatically self correct. That’s exactly how it works with the subconscious!
Here I list the most obvious physical signs of facial aging:
- Loss of facial fullness and youthful shape
- Appearance of naso-labial folds (lines), jowls, droopy cheeks, second chin
- Fine wrinkles around the mouth and around the eye
- Lips get thinner and lose color
- Neck becomes thick and short
- Eyes become smaller and appear sunken
- Nose becomes thick and droopy
- Skin becomes pale and dry
Why Does Our Skin Wrinkle?
It is a popular belief that with age we have “more skin” which creates folds or wrinkles. In actuality, with age, the underlying muscles lose their elasticity and tone. Worse still, they tense up and contract. Why do the facial muscles get tense? Because we experience a wide range of emotions as we go through the day.
Some of these are the so-called negative emotions, like rage, stress, anger, despair, frustration, sadness, and so on, but mostly stress. When a person is in the state of stress, his whole body tenses up. Facial muscles also tense up. We don’t normally notice these small changes. But stressing day in and day out adds up!
How many people know to release those trapped emotions from face and body? And how many of those that know it, actually do? My guess is not too many.
And because we don’t know how to relax our muscles back, they stay in the state of stress. The skin on the surface only follows the pattern of the underlying muscles, and stays contracted. This is the birth of a wrinkle. On another note, tight contracted muscles pinch the blood vessels that nourish the skin. They also pinch the lymph vessels that bring about skin detox. This deteriorates the condition of all facial tissues.
Poor blood supply to the area leads to damaged skin, muscles, and even bones. Trapped lymphatic fluid just sits inside the tissues and gets heavy overtime. This dirty lymph seeps through the vascular walls into the surrounding tissues and starts to make the tissues more toxic. As a result, the face gets wider, puffier, heavier, and bloated-looking. The skin loses its elasticity and youthful firmness and begins to look flabby. It further promotes facial lines, such as naso-labial folds, and dark circles under the eyes. In the picture below, you can see how the lymphatic vessels conglomerate into nodules in three major areas: in front of the ear, under the chin, and under the jaws.
The following face rejuvenation practice occured spontaneously when I sat down to do some mental work to return my own energy back. I developed a technique that allowed me to do that. All of a sudden, it started to transform into pleasant facial skin tightening and toning. I felt my fascia and fatty tissues under the skin re-group as they were shifting to their old placement when I was in my early twenties. I was tangibly feeling the shifts during the session, but it didn't occur to me to check my face in the mirror whan I was done, it was late at night and I went straight to bed.
The next morning I did not even think about what I was doing the night before, so I did not even look in the mirror trying to notice anything new. However when I got to work, my co-worker saw me coming in through the front door and gave me this "look".
She said to me: "Oh my God, what happened? You look 25...." I was in my mid-forties at the time, and did not believe her. I went to look at myself at the mirror, and was shocked. I DID LOOK 25!
You are probably wondering, how is it possible to turn back the time? Here is the thing: our body remembers perfectly well all the developmental stages it went through. You can program it to go back to the desired time.
Your body can re-create the way your muscles, fascia, tendons, skeletal structure, and the fatty tissues once were. This is what happened to me. I felt the space around my face shifting and re-positioning itself. It was a very pleasant sensation of the skin tightening and all those deep layers under the skin re-grouping. I stumbled on what I call the "Consciousness-based technology".
I have been utilizing this method on my many clients who achieved very similar results. Try it for yourself and be shocked, too!