Laughter helps wrinkles disappear

Moh writes, “I have a rather “vain” question to ask you guys…I was wondering if it is possible, through reiki and meditation, to make my wrinkles go away and improve the general quality of my skin, and also to make my hair grow thicker. Is it possible to actually manipulate the cells through intention? While I realize that I need to love myself for who I am and that looks aren’t everything, that I am beautiful the way I am…I’d really like to know if it is possible to make the body heal in this way. Also, it is possible to reverse aging nearly, if not completely, altogether?
Thanks very much and many blessings! Love your blog, great source of enlightenment and peace for many.”


Dearest Moh, I knew you once and I always called you Buttercup.  I extend to you my love.  And know that, yes, of course, if you are at peace and happy in the very centre of your being it radiates to all parts of you.  Skin wrinkles with the gravity in your physical world, but the love can shine through all of that.  You have all seen an ancient being of physical years still look youthful, and beautiful and radiantly plump and yes, this can be achieved.  Nothing vain about it.

As to how?  Exactly as you do.  I know you seek out all other ways, but you don’t want to admit it to anyone.  You wonder about all of the different surgical things but somehow that is a bit frightening, and that is a good thing.  Laughter. Laughter creates many, many lines but as soon as you stop laughing they disappear.  Because laughter feeds circulation it releases endorphins that actually dissolve all parts of stress in the body.  So, instead of a jar of cream, put a jar of laughter each day and slather it on, buttercup, you will always be beautiful.

By | 2017-05-28T12:53:48+00:00 June 7th, 2010|Categories: The physical world|0 Comments

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  1. Dandystar June 7, 2010 at 3:49 pm - Reply

    Am I making the best choices in terms of my relationships with others, particularly with my boyfriend?
    I constantly seek happiness but every time I find it, it seems to fade away. How can I become more enlightened?

  2. Kristine June 8, 2010 at 9:18 am - Reply

    What a funny answer to Moh’s question! How appropriate to speak of laughter while making me laugh with this response. Hilarious and thanks for the giggle!

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