Aging into maturity while growing younger!
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Aging Grow Young
Creating change for maturity. True and effective change has to begin with the mind. Secondly it takes effect in the heart or spirit. The heart has to be open to change for any benefit to manifest. An open heart and mind allow us to conscientiously consider new ideas.
To be successful in fostering change in our society, we must understand the intrinsic nature of human beings. We are taught certain beliefs and then lead to hold specific prejudices as we grow into adulthood. Sometimes we look back on previous held convictions and wonder how we ever believed such. However, we often defend our present convictions without regard for accuracy or harmony with Divine Truth of the Creator.
To bring about change in others, we must first bring about change within our own spirit, mind and physical being. We have to open our hearts and mind to listen with honest intent to be able to hear what others have to say without conflict of thought. It's our intrinsic nature to desire peace and happiness for ourselves and for other people. The ability to manifest this peace is a sign of maturity. This leads us to conclude that maturity is more than advancing in number of years, maturity is knowing the difference between absolute and transient knowledge.
That which is absolute do not change. However, being a mature adult does not mean we no longer change. We grow in knowledge and wisdom as we allow ourselves to grow younger in spirit to learn the difference between absolute and transient knowledge. This type of change keeps us forever young physically and spiritually, yet maturing (aging) in wisdom.
Living foods (raw diet) helps us to grow young. The proper diet can help us overcome fatigue, anorexia, mental confusion, delusion, paranoia, weight problems and old age. Learn more about the vegetarian, vegan and/or raw food diet.
By Sherwood Lummus
June 18, 2004
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Don't Let an Old Person Move Into Your Body [Paperback]
Don't Let an Old Person Move Into Your Body
If you didn't know when you were born, how old would you be?
Are you ageless - full of energy and ready to go - no matter what your birth certificate says? Or does the prospect of middle age leave you deeply concerned about what lies ahead?
Don't Let an Old Person Move Into Your Body shows you how to make the rest of your life, the best of your life - whether you're in your 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's or beyond. In this powerful book you'll learn how to live every day with passion, purpose, power, and prosperity - no matter when you were born.
"Getting old is a myth," says international best-selling author and baby boomer, Jim Donovan, who proves it with inspiring stories of people who are living meaningful, productive lives well beyond what most consider "old."
In Don't Let an Old Person Move Into Your Body you'll also learn:
- Why aging is a state of mind.
- How to avoid the trap of "being old."
- How to identify and attract the dream life you've always wanted.
- How to prevent other people's negativity from destroying your dreams.
- How to eliminate "energy zappers" in your life.
- Why most of what we are told about illness and aging is wrong.
- How to avoid becoming a victim of age related illnesses.
- Practical steps you can take to achieve optimal health, at any age.
- How to create financial abundance and lasting security.
- Simple things you can do each day to help yourself feel better spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically.
Jim Donovan is a best-selling author and inspiring motivational speaker who is recognized as a major force in the personal growth field. His previous books include Handbook to a Happier Life and This is Your life, Not a Dress Rehearsal. Jim lives in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
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