“And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?” – Jesus

Two years ago (summer of 2014 I think), I heard a voice, upstairs in the kitchen in my home in Berkeley.

The voice said, “Ask for the power of God.”

I said, “Sure. I will.”

Later, I said, “Um, what does that even mean?”

The answer was, “The power of god is the power over life and death.”

“Which means?”

“The power to be immortal.”

Ok. So I prayed to be immortal. Whatever that means.

About 4 or 5 hours. Focused everything on it.

Aaaand forgot about it.

Still wondering a couple of years later what that means.

Now, there is documentary evidence on the internet that Keanu Reeves, Nic Cage, and Pharrell Williams are immortal.

Besides that, I don’t know anyone who is immortal, nor have I received any teachings about being immortal. So I am having to kind of figure this thing out on my own. Assuming that god doesn’t just kind of ‘make it so’. Which may happen, I guess.

I think it’s important to note here that your path to immortality has a lot to do with the purpose of life. I mean, one way to try to get immortality is to try to figure out how to prevent telomeres from being removed from genes. Or to cross humans with immortal jellyfish.

I tend to feel that immortality, if it is possible, will tend to have another pathway. More like what Buddha or Jesus or those cats figured out. Based on what I know about living, energy, and healing, I believe, if it is possible, it is more connected to our nature, spirituality, and eternal laws.

In other words, the secrets to immortality must be such that anyone could do it. It won’t require a lot of money or special technologies. It isn’t an ‘elite’ secret.

So, I have been thinking about the question for a couple years. Reading a little bit. Not much. Like most things, what you read on the internet about immortality is 99% nonsense.

I wanted to both collect what I am learning, which has been slow. But hey, I figure I got at least another 40 years or so to figure it out, right?

Keys to Immortality

So without further adieu, here are some of the things I’ve figured out in my researches.

1: Believe it’s possible

Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right. – Henry Ford

And immortality is no different than anything else in this vein. Regardless of whether the guy really used his mind to freeze himself to death in a broken refrigeration car or not–and I don’t doubt that these types of things are possible, based upon what I know about hypnosis, war, politics, religion, or life–if you don’t believe there is a New York, you are never going to try to get there, and you most probably won’t.

If you want to live forever, you had better start believing that there is an immortality that is possible and that you can do it. At least open your mind for curious inquiry. “What if I could live forever?”

This may just be the hardest step, based upon what we are taught in our society. Death and taxes, you know.

But what if death is just another propagandistic doctrine to hold us captive and enslaved, like most of the things we are taught?

2: Enjoy life

Look around you. Most people are committing slow suicide. Whether through cigarettes, being in unhappy relationships they can’t leave but hate, or sitting around in dead-end jobs, most people don’t seem to enjoy life that much.

And, if you aren’t enjoying it, why stay? Why stick around if “life is pain” as Wesley proclaimed?

If you want to live another 50, 500, or 5000 years, you probably want to be doing what you enjoy.

What would you enjoy?

Learning a new instrument? A new dance? Another language? Reading the collected works of Dostoevsky? Becoming a chess grandmaster?

Whatever that is, start it and follow it. Create a life you enjoy. Right now. And keep doing it as long as you enjoy it.

Make it worth it to live forever. That will give you a reason to actually make it happen.

3: You are always moving, choose the direction

Ok. Now we are getting a bit esoteric. I have a number of friends who get younger through the years.

I also read articles about people who look much younger than their ‘physical age’ all the time online. Yogis. Athletes.

And the occasional miracle.

How? Diet. Exercise. Emotional processing and balance. Rewarding relationships.

4: Control your Mind

“Never again will there be in it an infant who lives but a few days, or an old man who does not live out his years; the one who dies at a hundred will be thought a mere child; the one who fails to reach a hundred will be considered accursed.”  – Isaiah 65:20

So, 100 years old will be considered a baby someday, if you believe Isaiah.

How do you get there?

One step is to learn how to use your mind totally efficiently. Your mind is like a giant, powerful motor that can do all sorts of amazing things. Most of us leave the room where it is stored unlocked, vacant, or allow anyone who wants to to play with the controls.

Considering it affects our body tremendously, we should be seeking control over our minds. We should direct what our ‘engine’ is working on (focus), what intent it is serving, and the attendant results.

I focused my mind for 3 days on manifesting a palace and got a call about a new giant house that I could move into for free.

Most people can’t focus their minds for 10 minutes on anything. What if you could focus the powers of your mind completely, all the time? What would your results be? What kind of life would you be living? How would that affect your health? Your relationships? Your impact on your world?

We see musicians, artists, acrobats, dancers–people who have focused their minds for a specific time on a specific task–and we are awestruck. But this is the beginning only.

Whatever your ‘aging’ experience is, focus your mind on reversing that.

5: Build and Direct Your Energy

This is similar to #2 above. After focusing the mind, focus the body in doing those things to cultivate and enrich your energy.

I’m not talking about unusual sexual or yogic practices–unless they fit the energetic vibration that empowers you.

Watch how your body responds to movements, sounds, types of breath and your intent. Create ‘positive feedback loops’ of energy to build up your body’s excitement and aliveness. Watch and feel how ‘sparkly’ body and energy is.

As you find new blocks or places that pull you into unpleasant emotion and energetic experiences, work with them to release them to go deeper.

Everything that enters your body: air, water, food…watch how it impacts your energy. Your emotions. Your lethargy or your aliveness.

Slowly optimize each element until the positive energetic feedback loops are self-perpetuating and move you into ever more aliveness and energetic power and wholeness.


It’s not like you wake up looking 10 years younger, but maybe a byproduct of the thought focus and energetic optimization that is ‘living healthily’ is that aging stops, and even reverses.


About Ryan Orrock

Ryan works with power and sexuality to help people get what they want.

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