Can meditation help you live longer?
Can purpose help you live longer?
Does emotional trauma impact longevity?
These are the types of questions filmmaker Jason Prall asked elders in communities all around the world. The results are incredible.
The Human Longevity Project is a 9-part documentary, filmed over the last two years, in nine countries, over 60 cities, and consisting of over 120 interviews with residents of the world’s healthiest regions, leading scientific researchers, doctors, experts, authors, and healers – with an aim to dive into the health secrets of these populations through a modern scientific lens.
The result is an unprecedented production that provides real, practical solutions to the many chronic health epidemics we’re seeing in today’s industrialised world.
Never before have so many incredible voices from the scientific research, functional medicine, and natural health worlds come together in a singular, collaborative effort to discover and share the keys to living a long, happy, healthy life – virtually free of chronic disease. Never before in modern history has this information been more vital – and that’s why we recommend you watch the limited release screening of The Human Longevity Project beginning very soon!
The knowledge and wisdom shared from experts and elders alike, will help you to reassess what is important in your life.
So, what is the one common factor that stands out among the healthiest and longest lived people on the planet?
These people have a reason to live.
Whether it is family, friends, community, work, charity or making a difference in the world in some way,
Things like gratitude, community, connection, and a sense of purpose were fundamental aspects motivating people to live their best lives.
It was these intangible elements that indeed played the biggest role in why they were so happy and healthy, even into their 90s, 100s and beyond – not simply diet and exercise.
Whilst filming, Jason Prall spent hundreds of hours delving into things like meditation, gratitude, and human connection in the planet’s healthiest people. He also spoke to some of the world’s thought leaders and luminaries, uncovering the underlying mechanisms that afford these people such vibrant health and longevity.
The Human Longevity Project gives us a blueprint for living a life filled with purpose, abundant health, and profound happiness.
In The Human Longevity Project, Dr. Datis Kharrazian comments, “In states of meditation… you change your heart rate, you start to release opioids, you go into an anti-inflammatory state… it’s one of the most profound ways to really impact your physiology.”
It’ll come as no surprise to you that meditation and mindfulness are good for you.
Or that there is meaning driving our actions each day.
JP Sears shares, “Maybe life loves us enough to gift us with pain, to get our attention, when we’re not calibrated with our life purpose.”
Millions of people in today’s modern societies deal with chronic diseases, fatigue, brain fog, depression, and dozens of complex conditions. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Dive into the secrets of the world’s healthiest populations through a modern scientific lens with The Human Longevity Project