Aging begins at birth. In the beginning, aging means achieving sweet little milestones, that show we are growing up, and learning. We move through the early years of life with longing and excitement for the next new thing that will happen to us. Our flexible and pliant little minds are so open and ready to grow. We are not jaded and bored, rather, we are ready for all of the excitement and adventure we can get.
Then, as time passes, we start to stiffen up and lose some of the earlier zest that made life so interesting. Some of us fall into rigid patterns that keep us in a comfort zone that can eventually stagnate us and keep us from growing. Getting old and getting stuck in feeling and being old is easy. It’s comfortable and it has nothing to do with time, and everything to do with mindset. You can be old at 18 and young and 90 depending on the path you choose.
There is no better time than the present to assess where you are in the landscape of aging and choosing how you want it all to go down. There are so many things you can do to stay young at heart, exercise, learning, socializing and yes, meditating. Scientists have found that as little as 15 minute a day of quiet time or meditating keeps the brain up to 25 years younger. So yeah, you can just sit there and grow younger. The human mind is truly a thing of wonder.
At Take Five Meditation, we love and adore the youthful spirit you bring to our space and community. We are also very happy to help you grow and cultivate your growing young with each sit you take. So come on in and take a time out with us. Once a day keeps you young and gay. We look forward to your next visit to the studio.
With Youthful, Enthusiastic Love,
PS You can read more about meditation and growing young here.
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Take Five Meditation
1803 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
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