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Category: Conscious aging

Nov 19

Healthy Aging

After examining what some believe leads to longer and healthier living, here are at least eight approaches I have found: Fasting, Castration A Mediterranean-style diet, Faith in God Wild women and whiskey, Location and income Being married, A positive outlook Perhaps you have experimented with one or more of these? I’ve tried several. I’ll let you guess which ones. …

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Sep 15

What is Consciousness – Peter Russell

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Aug 07

6 Common Myths About Aging

Think you know the facts about growing older? Think again. 1. Myth: Dementia is an inevitable part of aging. Fact: “Dementia should be seen as a modifiable health condition and, if it occurs, should be followed as a medical condition, not a normal part of aging,” said Patricia Harris, MD, a geriatrician and associate professor …

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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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