How to age in reverse

Are you aging in reverse? Here’s how to.

“. . . Our bodies don’t let us down as we get older, it’s our minds that accept the labels of aging. Freeing ourselves from that state of mind can turn back the clock.”–Ellen Langer, The Young Ones, BBC


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Are you afraid of getting old? Do you think that your vitality, appeal, and ability are stripped away as you age?

They are not.

Spiritual sages and Ivy League researchers agree aging is largely a state of mind. What you think about it becomes true for you.

In a world that’s inundating you with negative messages about aging, it’s up to you to free yourself from harmful beliefs and habits that make you age much faster than is natural.

In this podcast, I’ll share the truth about aging and teach you how to age in reverse. It’s time to get your sexy, vital, vibrant, creative, productive, world-changing self on!

You’ll learn:

-what Yogananda revealed about aging and your soul

-how to turn back your biological thermostat

-the three keys to growing younger and living longer

-the shocking impact mental state has on people genetically prone to dementia

-how to protect and reprogram your mind’s renewing powers


Alan D. Castel, Better with Age: The Psychology of Successful Aging

Ellen Langer, Counterclockwise: Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility

Marlene Cimons, Cliches About Only Being As Old As You Feel Are Starting To Have Scientific Backing

Deepak Chopra, Grow Younger, Live Longer: 10 Steps to Reverse Aging

Stuart Wolpert, UCLA: Researcher Explains The Psychology Of Successful Aging

Paramahamsa Yogananda, Journey to Self Realization

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Could you spare 3 weeks–just 21 days–to refrain
from negative self-judgment and criticism?

Free challenge:

Thank you!

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