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Started by Deb, October 24, 2016, 03:43:07 PM
Quote from: DebWhat if age is nothing but a mind-set?
Quote from: DebWhile she doesn't understand my interest in the Seth stuff or other things and thinks the 'creating your own reality' is a lot of hooey, she does listen and tries to understand where I'm coming from.
Quote from: SenaDeb, if your friend does not even understand your interest in Seth, it is not surprising that she finds her age a problem. There is quite likely an underlying fear of death there.
Quote from: MonicaI find greying hair and loss of skin pigment with 'age' a confusing matter. I wonder whether that is a not-so-natural occurrence even though it is culturally expected?
Quote from: SenaQuote from: DebWhat if age is nothing but a mind-set?Deb, I am 67 and happy being this age. Reading books like the Seth books have helped me to have this attitude. I did not read the article in detail, but it appears to describe the plodding work of psychologists - Good luck to them. By contrast, Seth questions the nature of physical reality. As Lynda Madden Dahl interprets it, physical reality is re-created millions of times a second. The body I have now is not the body I had microseconds ago.
Quote from: DebYou go girl, I'm with you! Two more Seth quotes on aging. "Meaningful work is important at any age. You cannot content the aged entirely with hobbies any more than you can the young, but meaningful work means work that also has the exuberance of play, and it is that playful quality that contains within itself great propensities of a healing and creative nature." Dreams, Evolution Vol. 1, session 902I also found this article on the effects of early retirement. "As creatures you are born young and grow older. Yet the animals, as creatures, are not as limited in their experience in that regard. They have no beliefs in old age that automatically shut down their abilities; so left alone, while they do physically die as all creatures must in those terms, they do not deteriorate in the same way." NoPR Session 656I guess I answered my own question: I think age is mostly a mindset.
Quote from: Batfan007But at the same time, age for me is really mental age, and the physical deterioration of your bodies (inevitable) can be slowed down by anti-oxidants, low levels of stress, looking after ourselves etc, or accelerated into physical/biological aging by mistreating out bodies etc.
Quote from: MariannaQuote from: Batfan007But at the same time, age for me is really mental age, and the physical deterioration of your bodies (inevitable) can be slowed down by anti-oxidants, low levels of stress, looking after ourselves etc, or accelerated into physical/biological aging by mistreating out bodies etc.Even before I came across Seth info, I started unconsciously creating for myself not hectic, low stress environment, with very reasonable or no deadlines. And now it appears that it is the best variant and does a whole bunch of good in a lot of areas! I thought it was just me . I noticed that tough deadlines and 'I need it for yesterday' just does not sit right with me. I have benefited from this set up greatly - and my health especially. Thanks for the book link. Is it worth buying or is it just basically Seth info?
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