What we associate with aging in our culture is not really about aging.
It’s what happens when the effects of certain habits and lifestyle accumulate over years and decades.
A bad posture has it’s effects on the body, and when this accumulates over long time it takes it’s toll, as does poor diet and a sedentary lifestyle. Whatever we do habitually accumulates over time.
At a quite basic level, unreleased tension and trauma has an effect on our body and mind, and this accumulates over days, weeks, years and decades.
And at an even more basic level, our beliefs create tension, rigidity and a certain lifestyle which also has effects that accumulates.
There is no reason we shouldn’t live a vibrant, alive and healthy life until death – whenever it may happen, if we move in the direction of being more alive, vibrant and healthy here and now.
For myself, I see I can do that through….
Inquiry, which helps release beliefs. TRE which helps release accumulated tension and trauma from my system.Yoga, Breema, Tai Chi, Chi Gong and other body-centered activities. Walks in nature. Spending nurturing time with friends. Mediation, prayer and clarifying intention. Finding and doing what makes me feel alive. And much more.
Aging – accumulation of bad habits (beliefs, posture, lifestyle, unreleased tension/trauma)