Mountain Air that Feeds the Spirit and Inspires

For I believe that climate does thus react on man, – as there is something in the mountain air that feeds the spirit and inspires. Will not man grow to greater perfection intellectually as well as physically under these influences?”

Henry D.Thoreau,  Walking, pg 28, Applewood Books, 1992; first published in1862.

Paul C Adams 2017

My book, A Guide To Luminous Places is available as a download from Amazon.com  You can read this ebook on any computer, tablet, and some smart phones: the App for  this is free from Amazon.  Paperback edition: A Guide To Luminous Places.

Movies to See

Anthony Hopkins plays the star actor in Solace, as a psychic who worked for law enforcement. He has the ability to pick up an object and receive information about the person who owned it, with a full visual revelation. Here we see both remote viewing and crystal clear eidetic imaging used to help locate lost persons, and learn of their stories. It is an excellent story, with impressive cinematography: you will enjoy it.

Another movie to see is: Hereafter, starring Matt Damon. This drama is about the ability to communicate with those ho have recently passed on, and retrieve important messages. Matt Damon plays the reluctant psychic, and he does a great job performing this unusual role.

Paul C Adams      2017

My book, A Guide To Luminous Places is available as a download from Amazon.com  You can read this ebook on any computer, tablet, and some smart phones: the App for  this is free from Amazon.   Paperback edition: A Guide To Luminous Places.

Luminous Places, Longevity and Time Dilation

Regular visits to luminous places in the wilderness reduce stress by inducing a peaceful state of well being. In addition, they confer a charge of vital energy: this has been my experience, consistently, on many occasions. Could these experiences add years to ones life span?  I think so, especially when combined with sufficient exercise, a nutritious diet and avoidance of toxins. In addition, the wilderness experience, especially near luminous places, adds a strong dose of enthusiasm and optimism for daily life.

My experience in the wilderness consistently provides another fascinating benefit: time dilation. In the wilderness and near luminous places the experience of time slows down, and therefore, in a subjective way, one lives longer. I think this approach to living longer, within an average lifetime, is practical and reliable.

My book, A Guide To Luminous Places is available as a download from Amazon.com  You can read this ebook on any computer, tablet, and some smart phones: the App for  this is free from Amazon.  Paperback edition: A Guide To Luminous Places.

Paul C Adams (c) 2017