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Devaki Sokaris

Live the life your soul wants

The wisdom in aging with acceptance

What is it really? Well it’s certainly not face lifts and regular trips to the clinic for Botox. When we were younger we did not look like our skin was pulled, frozen faced or like someone had given us a fat lip. Seriously!

Now that I’ve had had fun with cosmetic intervention, let’s get serious.

Acceptance is the key to the many changes we go though in our lives and our bodies are no exceptions. As we age we will be presented with limitations that effect the way we get on with being here and living our best potential.

Our health may decline in various ways, our body feels like it is defying us, and to top it off we don’t feel we have enough time left to do all the things that have suddenly inspired us.

Is it possible to accept the limitations life presents to us as we age no matter what our culture says? I believe and have no doubt we can.

We can view getting older looking at the benefits of aging with grace and acceptance. If we have made good use of the mileage we have travelled there is likely to be a good chunk of insight and wisdom obtained in that journey.

Our bodies may be aging but the connection to source and life within us still exists as strong. When you are young you can more wrapped up in your issues when being older has allowed one to notice more to be grateful for.

To age with grace embraces wisdom, patience, gratitude, kindness and humour. This can be obtained through mediation practice, self-awareness and working on purifying the emotions and mind.

When we live life as our true self we adapt to the changes and see them as time to focus on being productive in what’s highly relevant in living with purpose.

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