We have received a question (Dec 2017) from one known to us:
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At what pace will an individual age backwards? Does stress impair the progress of backwards aging, or if the intention to perfect one’s self is in the forefront of all activities does one cancel the other out?
To answer your question, Dear Heart, we shall use our dearest as the example. Over the past year our dearest has backwards aged by some ten years. That is to say she is now in her 40s. This is correct, Dear One. Our dearest was already backwards aged by a decade previous to this past year. Mathematics suggests, Dear Heart, our dearest has managed to backwards age quite considerably. This is because, Dear Heart, she had been working upon herself for a number of years, as you well know.
Does this mean that others will backwards age at the same rate?
Presuming the intention is clear, and presuming the intention remains constant, then yes, Dear One, the backwards aging will continue at this rate.
Our dearest is surprised by our words! This means, by her reckoning, she will have reached the desired result of 27 within the next two years, approximately.
Indeed this is true, dearest. Are you not feeling younger with every day? Are you not evidencing a more youthful gait, appearance, mentality, etc., etc? Indeed you are, dearest, and this will continue to be the case over the coming two years.
Our dearest reports her partner of the Negative, Keith, is backwards aging. Indeed, this is true, dearest. We have instigated the process recently. He is looking quite carefully at his reflection; noticing the small changes appearing. However, like all partners of the Negative, he will deny the changes until it becomes obvious. This will require your humour and your wit, dearest, to nullify his protestations. Much joy ahead, dearest!
To return to your question, Dear Heart:
There is a contradiction within your question; namely: Does stress impair the progress of backwards aging, or if the intention to perfect one’s self is in the forefront of all activities does one cancel the other out?
Stress, or fear, does impede the progress, Dear Heart. We ask that you take the word stress and replace it with the word ‘fear’. For what is stress, but, fear.
Anything that is not a positive is a negative. Negativity creates aging. It is that simple, Dear One. Backwards aging is affected by fear; either preventing it, or impeding it; to be sure.
Many Blessings, Dear One