6 Stories on Aging Gracefully
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Age is nothing, but a number. No, literally – without knowing someone’s chronological age, science can’t pinpoint how old someone is. What does aging mean to you? Read these 6 stories to embrace graceful aging.
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How to Fully Embrace the Hype of Aging
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How Much of Aging Is in Your Head?
In 1979 a young Harvard psychology professor named Ellen Langer (played by Jennifer Aniston in Counter Clockwise) realized something astonishing — and true. “Without knowing someone’s chronological age, science cannot pinpoint how old someone is.” Langer had also built a basic theory of mindfulness that has guided her entire career: “It occurred to me that wherever we put the mind, the body should follow.” And so she came up with an experiment on aging worthy of a Hollywood feature.
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Aging with Divine Feminine Beauty
Have you ever met a woman who emits so much love and warmth that you just want to stay near her and bask in her energy? It doesn’t matter what she looks like on the outside. Her power is not expressed in the smoothness of her skin or the size of her waist, but in an energy strongly felt, a radiant light that comes from within. This is the expression of healthy feminine energy—what we recognize as inner beauty.
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