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Home >Joseph Dispenza: Q & A archive
Q. I am a massage therapist. I see you have written a book about longevity something I get asked about all the time. What are three of the most important things to do right now to be in good shape when I reach 100?
M., age 27

A. Three important factors for longevity from Dr. Hazel Parcells, who lived happily to 106 and was one of my greatest teachers are:

1) Eat food as close to the source as possible i.e., the garden, trees, bushes. Stay away from processed "foods."

2) Try to balance and express your emotions in a healthy way.

3) Give top priority to service to others, including offering them healing.



Q. I work with high school students teaching photography and would like to help them explore spirituality in their lives. Can you suggest a project or a book that might be useful in opening up a dialog with them on that topic? I would be most grateful for your guidance.
Thank you, D.D. Santa Fe

A. Congratulations on working with photography students. The pioneer film director D.W. Griffith once said, "I am doing this so that you may see!" I believe that young people desperately need to see the world around them in order to make informed choices and apparently you do too.

A project suggestion: Ask them to photograph the "geometry of nature" the perfect symmetry of two sides of a leaf, for example, or the concentric circles in a seashell, or the intricate scaling of a spider web. Contemplation (concentrated "seeing") of nature can lead to spiritual conclusions. Good luck!.



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