Entries tagged with “Aging”

Never Stop Playing

Creativity and play go hand in hand. Cultivating both of these natural instincts later in life is key to wellbeing.

Nine Practices for Conscious Aging

As I live into my own process of aging, my worldview has been informed by the depth and insight of many great teachers. These include masters from different wisdom traditions, heal…

Not Written in Stone

An Interview with Rabbi Rachel Cowan

Our Community Journal: A Mother’s Legacy

I picked up my mother early on an April morning last year to begin her birthday celebration. She was ready and waiting dressed in a gay blue-green polyester blouse with neat ascot …

Our Grandmothers' Photo Album

“You can adopt a highway, so why not adopt a grandmother?” jokes Grandma Agnes Baker Pilgrim, the chair of the International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers. At age 87, Grand…

Personal Accountability in Chaos

James Hollis and Stephen Kiesling discuss Jung, accountability, and the stories we tell ourselves.

Playing An Instrument Might Help You Age Better

Being a longtime musician aids in reaction times.

Poetry: Heritage (For Walter Leonard)

Poetry from Nikki Giovanni's new book, A Good Cry: What We Learn from Tears and Laughter

Rabbi Rami: How Do I Make Tough Decisions?

Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler

Reb Zalman: The December Years

Approaching the final years of life with a sense of peace.

Resilience While Aging

Resilience is even more important when aging. Luckily, it’s a skill that can be strengthened.

Revealed: The Simple Secrets To Living To Be 100

These secrets to longevity were discovered in five remote corners of the world, where the world’s healthiest centenarians dwell.

Reverse Aging Now with Glutathione

Glutathione may be necessary for anti-aging, cancer prevention, heart disease, dementia, general disease prevention, and optimal health.

Richard Simmons: On Resiliency

I attack a day. I’m like an animal getting out of a cage. It’s like there’s a tiger inside my chest and it can’t wait to get out and enjoy life and do what I do best and what make…

Seven International Soups to Help Fight the Effects of Age

With these healthy soups, your spoon becomes a powerful tool in your antiaging arsenal.

Seven Keys to a Good Death

Some years ago, I helped tend to a friend of mine who was dying of cancer. Near the end of his life, he had reached a place of equanimity around dying. But instead of honoring his…

Sheldon Resnick on Improving Brain Function through Cardio

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Signal Your Body to Stay Young

Up until recently, there has been an expectation about what aging looks like. The idea that we must lose function and mobility as we age was taken lying down.A growing number of ag…

Simply Love

Paul turns 65 and reflects on eight things he has learned in his life.

Spiritual Wills & Legacy Projects

A legacy project or spiritual will allows you to pass on your values to loved ones and record what you prized in life. There’s value in the process as well as the outcome.