With transformation comes the startling ability to remember our frames of reference and worldview are self-created. In other words, with transformation comes the ability to not remain stuck with any particular frame of reference or worldview, since they were all arbitrarily self-created anyway. The world can then be seen, once again, in an open, unprejudiced way - through the eyes of a child if you will. Isn't that a near textbook-definition of getting younger?
The impacts of our self-created frames of reference and worldview, are also physical shapers - which is to say they have a direct correlation with our physical being (that's no surprise actually, since they take root and are stored in our bodies), altering not only our posture (which is sometimes more than painfully obvious) but our health as well - the notion of which, if not already fully included in contemporary medicine, is at least considered by it to be a major factor contributing to disease.
The impact of transformation on health and posture, without any effort or stretch of the imagination, is (the only word which is appropriate here) miraculous. I'm not being overly dramatic either: it's simply the stone-cold truth. By now it's no secret that transformation impacts, interferes with, and interrupts factors which inhibit radiant health, and which accelerate growing older. This impact, interference, and interruption in turn, promotes health and growing younger.
Prior to the onset of transformation, it's likely you only listened that which you're already hearing.
This distinction epitomizes the already always listening. The already always listening is the subject for another conversation on another occasion.
And if you think that's a typo which should be corrected to say "your" already always listening or "my" already always listening or "our" already always listening rather than "the" already always listening, no that's not it: the already always listening isn't personal.
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