It’s now evening on New Year’s Eve, here in Melbourne, and it’s time for me to bring you Clip 4, from What if? The Movie.
This is the last of the 4 promotional clips from this recently released movie I am showcasing. The other 3 are on my posts What If? The Movie, What If? The Movie – Clip 2 and What If? The Movie – Clip 3. I’m very pleased to have been promoting this movie!
In this clip, Virginia Ellen talks about people in the Himalayas who have babies at age 70 and 80, and who are still working at 140. She mentions that they have pure food, and she refers to their lifestyle. Like the other clips from this movie, this one is going outside of what we generally think is possible.
Here it is:
I would love to know more about these communities! I still haven’t seen the whole movie, so I don’t know whether it gives more information. I do find myself wondering what the evidence is for their ages. Perhaps this information is purely anecdotal—it might be hard to prove scientifically. Doesn’t mean it isn’t true!
Virginia isn’t saying food has to be pure for a person to live longer, but I thought this clip was implying it, a little.
I personally think that we can change our health and longevity by working with our intuition, thoughts and emotions, and that we don’t necessarily need to be affected by food impurities, toxins, nasty bacteria and viruses, and the rest. A self-realised immortal being would be able to cope with a few artificial colours and flavours!
I do think a person who is emotionally healthy would tend to be drawn to eating food that serves their body well. But many of us know some elderly relative who smokes like a chimney, or whatever, and lives to a ripe old age.
What do you think?
oh, and… HAPPY NEW YEAR!
More posts, a random selection:
- What If? The Movie – Clip 2
- How A Lot Of Wind Changed My Plans
- Ego Is Not A Dirty Word
- An Unusual Experiment
- An Eventful Month