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Neo-Tech Advantage #51

As people grow older, their views of life often grow increasingly negative. Their hopes and dreams often turn into disillusions. On aging, such people gradually lose the capacity to experience the joy inherent in life. Their anticipation of life continually diminishes as their used-up, shrinking futures become evident and the inevitability of death draws closer. ...But Neo-Tech reverses that dying process by allowing life and happiness to grow with age and experience.[ 20 ]

Age is no factor in achieving psychuous pleasures, except for the possible lack-of-knowledge limitations of adolescent sex [Re: Concept 80, Neo-Tech Reference Encyclopedia]. Moreover, psychuous pleasures can continually increase with age as one widens his or her values, knowledge, and experience. In building psychuous pleasures, a person's psychological growth can far outweigh so-called physical aging effects. Emotional and physical pleasures as well as prosperity and happiness can increase indefinitely for any honest, productive individual applying Neo-Tech knowledge.

For most people, both sexual and nonsexual pleasures unnecessarily diminish with age. Negative philosophical and psychological changes occur as their futures fade and their spans of remaining years shrink. They despair and become sour with age while increasingly surrendering to the mystics' come-to-God or waiting-for-death attitudes. They surrender to the altruistic myth that older people should sacrifice themselves, their careers, their lives to "make room" for youth. With that surrender, a person's happiness fades.

Despite what many physicians erroneously advise,[ 21 ] no mystic-free, productive person has to decline in physical, mental, or sexual activity with age. All mystic-free, productive people can experience increasing happiness and quality of life with age caused by increasing knowledge, growth, and experience: By applying the Neo-Tech/Psychuous concepts, one can not only avoid the unnecessary, mystical decline toward death, but can continually elevate his or her quality of life and psychuous growth through increasing knowledge and experience.

Sex never renews itself spontaneously. Left unattended, sex gradually diminishes in both quality and value. But with Neo-Tech, the quality and value of sex is continuously renewed and expanded by constantly investing conscious thought and effort into further developing personal values and earned power. The Neo-Tech/Psychuous concepts allow never-aging growth on all levels of conscious human life (i.e., on physiological, psychological, and philosophical levels). ...In a Neo-Tech civilization, one need not age, lose values...or die.

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[ 20 ] In the upsidedown, mystical death-oriented world, increasi ng age becomes an increasing liability on each individual. In that mystical world, "It is better to be young than old". But in the Neo-Tech life-oriented world, increasing age becomes an increasing asset of growth, knowledge, experience, especially as mystic-free businesses develop commercial, non-aging biological immortality.

[ 21 ] Many physicians are incompetent, especially in the area of sex and aging. But most make themselves appear as all-knowing and infallible to their patients. Following the advice of an incompetent physician can not only damage a patient's physical well-being, but can cost the patient's happiness and life. Health, well-being, and happiness are not the responsibilities of physicians, but are the prime self-responsibilities of each individual.

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