Experience a guided process to live longer by changing your perception about aging.
It may surprise you to know that people who live to be 100 (and beyond!) have four factors in common that have nothing to do with their genetic makeup, family history, lifestyle choices, diet, environment, or socioeconomic status.
In fact, according to clinical neuropsychologist Dr. Mario Martinez, your genes have only a 20 percent impact on your health and longevity. The rest is attributed to what you hold in your consciousness — how you view yourself and the experience of aging.
What would it take for you to not only live past 100… but to thrive past 100, with good health, mental acuity, vibrant relationships, and joyful vitality?
On Tuesday, March 8 (replay on Saturday), Mario will share how your biological age can actually be reversed and your longevity dramatically extended… not by changing your behavior, but by transforming the way you view yourself and the world.
>> Register here to Learn 4 Factors People 100 Years & Older Share for Longevity & Radiant Living joining 60 min Live Event & consider extra training to learn even more! <<
In this empowering free online event, you’ll discover:
- Why culture has more influence on your health and healing than your genes do
- How to embody a different perspective through an experiential visit to “Theatre of Change,” where you can alter the script about a challenge you’re facing
- How to ignite your personal agency and perceive and act in a way that shapes your fate into destiny
- That your brain and immune system are culturally formed and have a moral compass
- How “causes of health” are inherited, while longevity is a culturally learned consciousness that may biologically prevent physical illness and disease
Through his 25 years of ethnographic research with healthy centenarians around the world, Mario discovered that the body responds to cultural stimuli and the way your community treats you based on your age and the assumptions about it. And as you know, aging in our North American culture is typically associated with frailty, helplessness, physiological breakdown, and the diminishment of cognitive faculties.
Although we do inherit our genetic predispositions for health, illness, and longevity, Dr. Martinez asserts that disease is triggered by physiological responses to our culture’s beliefs about how we’re supposed to experience both our internal and external worlds.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to begin to make the biocognitive perceptual changes necessary for living a longer, happier, and healthier life.
In 4 Factors People 100 Years & Older Share for Longevity & Radiant Living with Dr. Mario Martinez…
… you’ll explore the four fundamental factors found in the consciousness of centenarians (people 100 years or older) and experience a guided process to embody a new perception about aging that can increase your longevity.