I met a man who was an engineer and benefited from his thinking mind his entire adult life. He was now experiencing a chronic fear of death in his retirement. Beyond his conditioned mind, which he identified with exists the inner resources needed to deal with his challenge. The fear of death was a problem, but his inner wisdom could deal with it if he was able to let go of his past. Are you able to let go of your past? Learn simple techniques that gives you that ability.
When awareness stops on thinking we don’t activate the Wisdom of our Body. The beauty of challenges is that they force us to go beyond ourselves to deal with them. Those who avoid meeting challenges at that depth may find comfort in their conditioning, but will seldom grow. To meet the challenge of aging; you have to grow.
A person with a well developed intellect tends to be able to afford external pleasures because they had a good job. They found pleasure outside of themselves consistently but that created habits that don’t serve them as seniors. They need habits that direct them inside so they can connect to the Wisdom of their Body.
In retirement, to deal with health problems and to effectively deal with change requires the ability to tap inner resources. The main obstacle to connect is how we were conditioned as a child. To meet our challenges we need the Wisdom of the Body and a conscious connection can be developed at any time in your life.
As seniors they may need to recondition their internal habits so they connect to their inner wisdom instead of old thinking habits.
Are you comfortable exploring the reality beyond your thoughts? If not; learn to consciously condition habits that connect you to the Wisdom of your body
That wisdom can do everything ego can do, but meets your new challenges. Go to http:lifeskillsinc.com for a free e-book that gives you a connection to powerful inner resources. People in a health crisis do it, so why wait to be forced; do it just for a quality of life. Join a Tele-seminar & learn it from your home.
(c) Life Skills Institute 2008