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Category Archive: Conscious aging

Jul 30

Shattering the Myths about Aging

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Jul 24

The Spiritual Dimensions of Conscious Aging

Book, Video, and Audio Resources By Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat A “senior boom” is happening in American life, and it’s getting bigger by the day. Until very recently, most of the attention paid to this phenomenon has focused on retirement options, pension plans, health care challenges, medical ethics, and research on the biology of …

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Jul 24

Aging Invisibly – or not

A poem from Shel Silverstein nicely captures the invisibility that cloaks people as we get old: Said the little boy, “Sometimes I drop my spoon.” Said the old man, “I do that too.” The little boy whispered, “I wet my pants.” “I do that too,” laughed the old man.” Said the little boy, “I often …

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Jun 30

Beautiful Older Women – Aging Gracefully

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Jun 24

What is So Good About Growing Old

Forget about senior moments. The great news is that researchers are discovering some surprising advantages of aging By Helen Fields Smithsonian magazine, July 2012, Scientists are finding the mind gets sharper at a number of vitally important abilities as you get older. Karsten Thormaehlen Even as certain mental skills decline with age—what was that guy’s …

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Jun 23

Fear of Aging – by Keith Wommack

What we fear can only keep us in captivity Keith Wommack, In Your Words Recently, when asked, “What can fear do to you?” I was reminded of two experiences. The first started with me asking a Sunday school class of first-graders: “What would you say if someone wanted you to pray for them?” A visitor …

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