Q & A 116

Longevity of the Japanese

Questions sent to the UNIFICATION website on 16 September 2018 and 10 October 2018, and their answers given by Presence of the One on 23 September 2018 and 10 October 2018


Question 1: What are the cause and the root cause for the Japanese to live longer than the rest of the world? And why is their average life expectancy higher?

Answer: First of all, because the consciousness of the Japanese is focused on labour – on working a lot and constantly, with a positive attitude and with the highest quality! Employers motivate people to want to work a lot and have a positive attitude while working. Labour is the main factor for longevity.

The most long-lived are the people who have constantly been working; while working, they have been harmonious, that is in a state of Harmony, Peace and Joy during the waxing moon (and during the waning moon, in the state of Joy, Peace and Harmony); they have accepted labour as part of themselves; their work has brought them joy; they were doing it with a positive attitude and with the highest quality!

Secondly, an important factor is the fact that the Japanese live on islands – that is, the territory of their country is without contact with other neighbouring countries and nations, and all the elements – wind (air), water, fire and earth constantly purify the territory of their entire country, which is located on different islands. Moreover, each island, that is, each part of their country, is exposed to the purifying influence of all four elements. This nation is without direct acceptance of karma from neighbouring nations and lands – through their borders. And the common aura of this nation lacks contact with the common aura of a neighbouring nation or nations, and, thus, it is without accepting to work off their imperfections automatically, on the principle of communicating vessels.

The expression 'tell me who your neighbours are, and I will tell you what kind of person you are as well' also applies to countries and the nations that inhabit them.

Thirdly, the Japanese nation has a homogeneous composition – Japanese, having Japanese self-consciousness, speaking one language – Japanese, and holding dear their country and homeland. When a nation consists of a heterogeneous population, and especially if there are different interests among the nation, including religion, and different parts of the population are without acceptance of others and strive for supremacy over others, this shortens the lives of the population in each of these fractions without exception because the total volume of their life energy is reduced!

Only after these three main factors come all the others that your scientists indicate as the cause of longevity.


Question 2: What is the reason for Japan to have so many centenarians as a percentage of the country's population?

Answer: The increase in the number of centenarians in Japan is a direct consequence of:

1) the great amount of WORK done with a positive attitude, carried out willingly both by men at their workplaces and by women at home in their families;

2) living in PEACE, i.e. without war and warfare, without stress, horror, sorrow and uncertainty;

3) everything else that your scientists have pointed out:
blue-dothealthy and moderate eating without overeating;
blue-dotachievements in medicine;
blue-dotincreased health care;
blue-dota lot of movement, including gymnastic exercises, hiking and mountaineering;
blue-dotrelaxation, walking, etc.

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