5 Simple Keys for Physical Rejuvenation: The Five Tibetan Rites

 A woman performs downward facing dog yoga pose on a sacred geometry yoga mat

THE EYE OF REVELATION: The Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation and Secret of the Fountain of Youth Updated August 17, 2018

The Eye of Revelation is truly a revelation. It reveals to you information which has been known and used by men in far-distant lands for more than 25 centuries... It is information which has been thoroughly tried and tested. Information that will stem the tide of premature old age with its attendant weaknesses and senility... The Eye of Revelation will often produce remarkable mental and physical changes within a month. So much so, in fact, that one gains new hope and enthusiasm with which to carry on. However, the greatest results come after the tenth week...  –From The Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation by Peter Kelder

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The five simple exercises revealed to Peter Kelder in the 1930s are excercises anyone can do. Of the five exercises which are simple yoga poses, the one pictured above is probably the most challenging. You proceed at your own rate and level of ability. As the quote above says, in a short time, amazing results occur.

The story goes that Peter Kelder knew a man named Colonel Bradford, a decrepit hunched over old man obviously in his last days on earth. Colonel Bradford had heard of Tibetan masters in one particular monastery in the Himalayas who possessed a certain secret key to rejuvenation and longevity of life.

He decided to seek out these Tibetan masters and returned to visit Peter Kelder some time later. When he appeared at Kelder’s door, Bradford was so young looking Kelder did not even recognize him. When Colonel Bradford had left for the Himalayas he appeared to be well into his 80s or older. When he returned Kelder was astonished to see that he looked no older than 40.

What the five rites do is rev up our chakric system. We have seven bodily chakras (and more in the esoteric realm) each associated with a color, emotion, power, vibration, and more. The five rites target all of the seven chakras.

Our chakras give us both life and information in the form of light. They flow cosmic vital energy throughout the body.

“Chakras are personal energies. They are energy vortices, or wheels, inside the body that receive and moderate universal life force energies, or chi. Each chakra acts as a kind of valve or regulator and controls the flow of energy through our system. The universal life force (chi) enters the body through the chakra at the top of the head and travels down the spinal column to the other chakras. When we are living in harmony with the Universe, these vortices, or valves or chakras, are open and allow an abundant flow of chi energy.” — Connie Johnson in Spiritual Concepts for a New Age: Psychic Serenity in the Human Experience

Chakra balancing supports the flow and expansion of life force energy which is why people get younger by practicing the Tibetan rites which open and charge the chakras.

Consider practicing the Five Tibetan Rites almost daily. They are five simple exercises that have been practiced by Himalayan monks for eons and which rev up the chakric system, encourage life force to flow and age to be reversed. Many who have consistently practiced the Five Rites (one spinning exercise plus four postures) have confounded family and friends new levels of youth after a relatively short period of time.

If you purchase the book, be sure to purchase the original rites discovered by Peter Kelder with Kelder’s name on it. A good version of the book is: Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth by Peter Kelder, Foreward by Bernie S. Siegel, M.D because not only is it updated, it contains a lost chapter of Peter Kelder's.

Remember, these are exercises anyone can do regardless of physical proficiency. Read the whole book for the stories about people who began practicing in a state of rapid decline to a lively, animated and more youthful state merely by practicing the Five Rites.

Check out the how-to YouTube video below.

 

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Sources:

Johnson, Connie. Spiritual Concepts for a New Age: Psychic Serenity in the Human Experience. Balboa Press, 2012

Editor's note: This blog post was originally published on March 6, 2017 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy and comprehensiveness.