Tips For Ageless Living

Date Posted:20 July 2014 

What if the consciousness in your body has the ability to repair and maintain the health of your cells indefinitely? Modern research is exploring ‘how’ aging happens with some fascinating research coming out about the ability of DNA to repair itself

Ayurveda explains that we age because we see others aging and this expectation within consciousness then guides the various transformations and repair mechanisms within the cell and body as a whole

Wow, could that be true? 
Certainly some people look younger than their years… and people who practise Transcendental Meditation (a mental technique for strengthening the mind-body connection with consciousness) have been shown by researcher Dr Keith Wallace to become significantly younger biologically compared to their chronological age (12–27 years younger!)

Ageless Health and Vitality
So here are 7 tips to harness this powerful field of consciousness to support youthful health and vitality, no matter your age

  • Stay connected!
    Nourish and maintain your connection with the underlying intelligence, or consciousness, at the core of your mind and body with regular meditation.
  • Know your mind-body type and current needs
    a.  Have a personal consultation with a consultant trained to identify your mind-body type, who can prepare a balancing programme for you. Find a consultant near you
    b.  Free on-line assessment
    Learn about your mind body type and which dietary, lifestyle and exercise choices are best for you - Complete the free All about Me assessment Or get a quick snapshot of your current imbalance of Vata, Pitta or Kapha by using our simple Assess Your Mind Body Balance
  • Ensure optimal nourishment and reduce impurities
    Take Digest Tone 1 tablet prior meals 3 times a day.
  • Get adequate sleep 7.5–9 hours per night
    If you have difficulty going to sleep or staying asleep, take a look at some sleep assist options here
  • Connect with others
    Being part of a loving community is important for being youthful and well. A groundbreaking study of some 7,000 people in California, USA, showed that those with the fewest friends, family, community, and religious connections were three times more likely to die over the 9 years in which the study was conducted.Furthermore, researchers who monitored 276 people between the ages of 18 and 55 found that those who had six or more connections with people, were four times better than others at fighting off viruses and colds.

Wishing you the bliss of balance

Linda Sinden
Maharishi Ayurveda Practitioner

Get Balance Team

Linda Sinden has been a practising Maharishi Ayurveda Consultant since 1990 and is a regular contributor to our weekly Insights. She has a practice in Auckland, New Zealand and also provides phone or Skype sessions for those who need assistance, but don’t have a consultant in their vicinity. She can be reached via lindasinden@orbislife.co.nz  Skype linda.sinden or mobile +64 212237525