When this site went live the articles from previous times were all jumbled together and I was struck by my enthusiasm of how much the alkalinity work we had done had changed my health. Lost 4o Pounds? All back now. Felt stronger? Those were the days. That was it – those were the days and… Continue reading April 23rd, Going Alkaline
Whether or not a person celebrates Easter, it is true for most, that spring is a time to reconnect with our bodies and to push back on the sluggish aspects of our lives. Two ways in which this plays out for me are the focus of these next two blogs: 1) living with HOPE (and… Continue reading Re-Energizing: Spring 2017 – Thoughts on life filled with HOPE
I set myself to be who I amMy spirit would not have allowed anything else,I had to push, t say what I feel t be true and always…
‘Tis the gift to be simple, ’tis the gift to be free‘Tis the gift to come down where we ought to be,And when we find ourselves in the place just right,‘Twill be in the valley of love and delight.
What did I do? What I always do – went to the “books” and looked up what others were thinking, feeling and coping with the new world we live in and our increased potential for longevity. My 60th year was great and life continues to grow as my partner, Margie, and I build a “high… Continue reading Age Should Never Define Us!
Where are your dreams taking you? Its always good to have your eyes on the horizon your shoot for.
This is part 2 of the Physical class on how to feel 10 years younger. 3 more hints here.
This video was done for a class at Actons Leisure Centre in Kinsale. For the second session on how to feel 10 years younger we did a series of 6 experiments – then ended with our mantra (as per Deepak Chopra, 2001) “Everyday in everyway I am reversing my biological age. My biostat point is… Continue reading 10 Years Younger: 6 Physical Tips Part I
I’m still reading about life over 60, encouraged actually by Jane Fonda. Now Jane Fonda is just older enough than I am, more the age of my sisters, that I never particularly connected with her as a celebrity or star. I picked up her book, Prime Time: Love, Health, Sex, Fitness, Friendship not because of… Continue reading What is Reality? Jane Fonda and Life over 60
As I continue to read Mary Catherine Bateson’s book, Composing a Further Light: the Age of Active Wisdom,and reflect upon her words as they relate to my discontent at turning 60, I am also reminded of the work of William Bridges. In this book, Transitions, he posited a three step model to change: first we… Continue reading Identity Crisis And Musing on the Words of Mary Catherine Bateson