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The so-called "Fountain of Youth."

A simple 15-minute morning energy routine that works like gangbusters.

Don't blame me if you're reading this at 78 years old and suddenly develop the vigor, libido, and vitality of a sixteen-year-old. Or at least, a noticeable uptick in your energy throughout the day, if it works for you like it works for me.


There's an old book published in 1939 called The Eye Of Revelation.

It's one of those intriguing titles in which, far before the days of peer-reviewed, double-blind human clinical research, adventurers, archeologists, and army personnel would stumble across some fringe practice in an indigenous tribe or far Eastern population, and bring back their time-honored principles to the homeland... this case, the so-called "Fountain of Youth."

In the book, author Peter Kelder claims that while stationed in India, British army officer Colonel Bradford heard a story about a group of lamas (not the furry spitting animal, but rather a teacher of the Dharma in Tibetan Buddhism) who had apparently discovered a "Fountain of Youth.” The "wandering natives," as he called them, told him of old men who inexplicably became healthy, strong, and full of "vigor and virility" after living in a particular lamasery (where, naturally, lamas live). After retiring, Colonel Bradford went on to discover the lamasery and even lived with the lamas for a period of time. During that time, they taught Colonel Bradford five special exercises reported to be more than 2,500 years old, which they called their "rites." According to the book, the lamas described seven spinning, "psychic vortexes within the body: two in the brain, one at the base of the throat, one on the right side of the body near the liver, one in the reproductive organs, and one in each knee. They claimed that as we grow older, the spin rate of these vortexes diminishes, resulting in "ill-health."

However...drumroll please...

...the spin rate of these "vortexes" can apparently be restored by performing the special Five Tibetan Longevity Rites (also sometimes referred to as "The Five Rites," "The Five Tibetans," and "The Five Rites of Rejuvenation") daily, resulting in improved health.

Now, I'd briefly come across principles like this, particularly when I interviewed Dr. Stephen Cabral and Dr. Barry Morgeulan, both of whom describe very similar rites they discovered in their own Eastern medicine studies. But I never really systematized them, put them into practice, or wove them into my daily routine.
Until now. In the energy routine and video you can download here, I'm going to show you how I've woven these movements into my own morning "stretch" routine, although with a handful of other exercises borrowed from practices such as Tai Chi and Qi Gong.

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