“Biological age does not correspond to chronological age….To get the most out of life, you must be able to stand back & be yourself….Love is the most powerful & potent medicine. It heals but also renews.”
Author, Deepak Chopra cited as one if the Top 100 heroes and icons of the century by Time magazine (June 1999).
A good life is defined to me by the number of moments you have and being able to cherish it after.
Call it a journey of the sensories. Where the good things in life is built up based on the support group you have created be it partner, friend or family. The ability to enjoy the good things in life together. To build up, support and maintain the good vibes.
Belief & encouragement
Good food & laughter
Spontaneity & curiousity
There will always be a thin line between enjoyment and over indulgence. It is not the amount of comfort one has achieved and be able to enjoy but perhaps the very personal inside journey of being able to savor it on your own, building it.
People are very important to me. Not for the sake of social dependency, but the very fact that each individual represents different personas. Therefore creating a collision of expressive climates that spurs me on.
Having the linguistic capabilities to express as an individual, to probe and question. That outlet I consider special for emotional output and sharing, irregardless of medium.
Finding the realm in your mind, that peace of mind. To feel. Listen better to yourself.
Excerpt from the book – CHANGE YOUR LIFE
1. Have your attention on the timeless, the eternal, the infinite.
2. Get your ego out of the way
3. Be natural, relinquish the need to hide constantly behind a social mask.
4. Surrender to the mystery of the universe.
5. Have a sense of communion with spirit or divinity.
6. Be defenseless, relinquishing the need to defend your point of view.