The Subconscious; Secret to Happiness and Longitivity

Well-known Russian physician and physiologist Ivan Pavlov claimed in his work that people who do not live to be 150 years old die due to unnatural causes.

Opponents of a healthy lifestyle often cite as examples “cases of practice” in which people who have bad habits and have lived for almost a hundred years appear. In today’s society, the age of more than eighty is considered longevity and most young people dream of achieving it. But the human body is designed for a much longer period, and a hundred years is by no means its limit.


Unless we take into account suicidal behaviors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, vaccination, etc., many processes in our body are subconscious. Modern medicine recognizes that a huge number of diseases are caused by psychosomatic causes that are not even recognized by man. It was concluded that the destruction of the body does not occur primarily under the influence of diseases or external factors, but because of the psychological programming of these destructions.

Subconscious destructive attitudes act as triggers. If a sick or infected person begins to “cheat” himself, indulges in depression, irritability, and has the certainty of a bad prognosis, then his condition most often worsens much more than the neighbors in the ward.

This condition, when a person is suspected of having a serious illness, is called hypochondria. It affects some particularly suspicious medical university students who experience symptoms of various diseases. One senior professor said that he had never suffered from any illness during his entire life. Experienced psychiatrists know such examples when a patient’s body “adapts” to his negative thoughts and begins to show signs of disease. There are cases where such thoughts have led a person to real death.

The human subconscious controls and sometimes completely ignores objective reasons. Another example is old photographs. Our parents, and even older grandparents, look much older than many current peers. Why is it happening? One of the most likely versions is that in those days, people felt old much earlier than they do now. The age of 30 was considered old, when all that was left was to prepare for old age. And now, at the age of 30, a lot of people are just starting to think about starting a family and offspring. Age is the most common setting that is in the head and controls the behavior and processes of our body.


Lonely people are rarely long-lived. This happens in most cases because they don’t feel that other people need them. If an older couple has no children, the other will often die after the death of one spouse, simply because he or she does not want to be alone. Although he may have good health, which allows him to live for more than ten years.

The researchers concluded that diseases and the aging process are largely subject to the worldview of man himself. There are people who hate talking about endless diseases, and age-related disorders often bypass them. And there are also those who, with manic perseverance, look for signs of regular illness and hurry to visit the clinic and pharmacy.


Some are fighting for their lives and some are not. Constant thoughts that life does not bring satisfaction, that man already has all his affairs behind him, thoughts about illness, death and old age, force the organism to come to terms with the owner’s decision and fulfill his wishes. And a conscious and positive attitude towards life, peace, respect for nature and the people around you, for yourself, which distinguishes the long-term, prolongs all deadlines and improves health.


Young children do not understand at all what death is. But adults first realize, and then come to terms with the idea, and begin to travel to the doctors programming the destruction of the body. There is a clear definition in society according to age limits – at the age of 20-30 years it is time to start a family, at the age of 30-40 years – to start sick, 50-60 years – to prepare for death and 90-year-olds are generally perceived with some suspicion – Why is he still alive?

While history knows many cases where people have lived for much more than a hundred years. True, maybe it happened because no one told them it was time to die, and they didn’t know it.


Statistically, most older people die shortly after retirement. This period is determined by the loss of meaning in life. Until then, children will grow up, there is no need to work and a person will stop understanding, and this is the most important reason why he needs to live on. Thoughts are beginning to emerge that “he has already survived his own”, he has done all the work and no one is needed.

Many long-term people led an active lifestyle until the last days. History knows examples where doctors, at the most weighed age, operated on patients and provided consultations. Others cultivated the land, and the products of their efforts fed relatives and friends. They all have in common that they have benefited people every day and are generously sharing the joy and fruit of work.

The law of immortality is very simple – he who benefits this world lives a long time. If one feels one’s uselessness, one starts the processes of self-destruction. On the contrary, man, firmly and harmoniously embedded in the chain of events, will live as long as the universe needs.


As a person develops, he lives, as soon as he stops developing, degrades and gradually dies. This truth was known thousands of years ago. At that time, the priests who studied the Scriptures lived for a very long time, because it was not possible to fully understand it during the whole earthly life.

Constant development, curiosity, helps to maintain an interest in life in all its beneficial manifestations. And as long as this interest persists, as long as there is joy and inspiration in the soul, death finds no place in man. The secret of longevity is quite simple – a person lives as long as he knows why he lives.

**By Oz Biosfera