▸ noun: the fact of being immortal or being famous enough to be remembered for a long time
▸ noun: the quality or state of being immortal, eternal
▸ noun: perpetual life after death

"Could we equate and hold in equation the relations of mind and matter the brain and the body we could live eternally in our bodies there being no depreciation of the physical. But a much higher end is attained for the pure ether is liberated from the crude molecular in our physical organisms, effecting the transmutation of emotional, mental and spiritual forces from crude matter and thereby adding to the finer elements of the universe as well as of our individual souls." [see PHYSICAL VIBRATIONS]

"The mystical techniques for achieving immortality are revealed only to those who have dissolved all ties to the gross worldly realm of duality, conflict, and dogma. As long as your shallow worldly ambitions exist, the door will not open. Devote yourself to living a virtuous, integrated, selfless life. Refine your energy from gross and heavy to subtle and light. Use the practices of the Integral Way to transform your superficial worldly personality into a profound, divine presence. By going through each stage of development along the Integral Way, you learn to value what is important today in the subtle realm rather than what appears desirable tomorrow in the worldly realm. Then the mystical door will open. and you can join the unruling rulers and uncreating creators of the vast universe." - Lao Tzu?

"The entity should keep close to all of those things that have to do with outdoor activities, for it is the best way to keep yourself young - to stay close to nature, close to those activities in every form of exercise that breathes in the deep ozone and the beauty of nature. For you may breathe it into thine own soul, as you would a sunset or a morning sun rising. And see that sometimes - it's as pretty as the sunset!" Cayce (3374-1)

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