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The Miracle of The Five Tibetans

Inspiration for writing a book can come from anywhere – including a journey into The Matrix of all Creation. Here’s how my antiaging book, “Think and Grow Young” had its miraculous beginning. It was late 2003 at 67 years old that something inside kept prompting me to write a book. I didn’t even know what I would write about but because I had mentioned it to my kids, for Christmas that year my novelist daughter Summer Wood gave me the tools a writer needs.

The inklings I kept getting at first were that I was supposed to write about growing younger, but I kept brushing away that notion. After all, I was just beginning to be inspired with a few techniques for reversing aging and had not been practicing them for very long. Besides, who would believe it? Â Then early in 2004 other techniques kept coming to my attention. I began practicing and writing them down, thinking perhaps I should be brave and consider a book sometime in the future, especially if my results continued to astound me.

The confirmation that I was definitely to pursue writing a book on how to grow younger came during David Morehouse’s Extended Remote Viewing class I attended in San Diego, California, in mid-August 2004 with my friend Pintki.  For one session, instead of the usual target based on a random set of eight numbers, our assignment was to journey into The Matrix and bring back messages.

A year before if I had heard that it was possible to transcend time and space and view objects and events at a distance, I might have been quite skeptical. Yet here I was in Phase 3 of Advanced Remote Viewing, still surprised and delighted with how successful I had been in identifying many elements of each target in Morehouse’s workshops. The Matrix was ready for me and I clearly heard five messages. When the session ended, I promptly wrote all five in my journal. 

Four messages I deemed fascinating and worthy of future pondering, but the fifth seemed to be pure nonsense, and silly. I couldn’t wait to tell Pintki to give her a good laugh. The journey to The Matrix was the last viewing session of the day so Pintki and I walked to a restaurant for dinner. She asked if I had received any messages.   “I got a really silly one,” I said, anticipating her charming laughter. “I heard ‘Spin clockwise to become younger.’”

She didn’t laugh. “Of course,” she said. “That’s one of the five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation.”   I stopped walking and stared at her, unable to believe what I was hearing. We were in the middle of crossing a major highway and Pintki had to grab my arm and pull me to safety on the other side.   It was totally inconceivable to me that spinning clockwise could be a technique for getting younger. My analytical mind challenged the notion and reasoned that, if anything, spinning counterclockwise would be a more logical technique for reversing the aging process.

Pintki continued, “We have the book with those Tibetan exercises. It’s called ‘The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth’ and spinning clockwise is the first of the five exercises.” I couldn’t ignore the promptings any longer. The Matrix, or Spirit, or God, had just given me solid confirmation that I was on the right track with the ideas and techniques I had discovered for growing younger. Now I had to write the book.   When we returned, Pintki lent me her book on the Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation and shortly after, I added the Five Tibetans to my daily ritual. You can see how to perform them at my website: It’s the third video down on my home page.

Today, fifteen years later, I look back at that time and marvel at the miracle of that day. About that experience, two things I know for sure: 1) The Tibetan Rites really work. I now have enormous energy; a strong, healthy body and clear, sharp mind - and not even one gray hair, and 2) I am incredibly grateful to the Tibetans for teaching me these Rites of Rejuvenation and inspiring me to write my anti-aging book.   My tip for you is to turn off your busy mind, slip into the silence and allow for the miracles to occur. The book you write might be just what people are waiting for.

The Five Tibetans - Ancient Secret of Youth  

The Five Tibetan Rites are a series of exercises. These exercises offer great anti-aging and stress-reducing benefits.

The Five Tibetans - Ancient Secret of Youth  

The Five Tibetan Rites are a series of exercises. These exercises offer great anti-aging and stress-reducing benefits.