October 24, 2005

John W. Cullen, Andrew Weil

Centering & Disidentification Exercise by John W. Cullen

Take the time to center yourself and focus in. We will do this basic psychosynthesis exercise. Quiet yourself and sit in a comfortable position. Close your eyes. You are going to disidentify, stepping back from the various parts of yourself in order to get to the center--the personal self--the observer that is beyond any of your individual parts. This self is the integrative factor that coordinates all aspects of the personality. So just step away from the parts starting with the body. 5:17 PM 1 comments
Andrew Weil on Healthy Aging

Andrew Weil in his new book Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Physical and Spiritual Well-Being, has good advice about managing the aging process. Yes, aging can bring frailty and suffering, but it can also bring depth and richness of experience, complexity of being, serenity, wisdom, and its own kind of power and grace. The goal is to adapt to the changes that time brings and to arrive in old age with minimal deficits and discomforts -- in technical terms, to compress morbidity. posted by Surinder Deol Sunday, October 23, 2005 7:24 AM

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