People all over the world nowadays think that meditation is better than painful surgeries and expensive creams. Do you know that if you practice ageless meditation you feel and look fifteen to twenty years younger? Regular meditation not only improves your health but also increases your longevity. This prevents your brain deterioration as well.
This free and natural way is swiftly rising as an effective and influential alternative to the billion dollar anti-aging industries and treatments, with studies and experts disclosing that the effects rise above feeling peaceful and calm for a few moments. Women who meditate regularly just for a few years often say, ‘I have much more vitality, stamina, energy, and flexibility than ever I had. My mind is now sharper and clearer and my body is stronger.’
The popular belief is that youth ends at 35 and middle age starts right after that. Your age shouldn’t discourage you, and you need to remember this: your good thoughts and young spirit are ageless – the best is yet to come! The middle age period is only a state of mind. You can continue doing the same things you did before. Sometimes, you will have some bad thoughts, it’s normal. You may think that you don’t have enough time for yourself, but it is all in your head. The truth is, you can finally be the real you!
How do your New Year’s Resolutions look like? Have you checked your goals for this year? Are you on the right path, are you closer to reaching them? If not, this article might help you regain some control over your goals for 2018. Or if you didn’t even set any goal this year – because you did it in the past, then you didn’t accomplish them, so you have quitted. Find below a suggestion on how to reset your goals now.
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You might have set some resolutions for the New Year, at least once. It is some sort of cultural habit in modern times. But sometimes those resolutions fail. Studies have showed that Generation X (aged 35-54) find it more difficult to achieve their New Years’ Resolution than any other age group. And they are more likely to have broken their goals within the first three months than other age groups. Why? And how to avoid this trap of setting resolutions and staying there?