The mission of the Integral Aging Institute is to expand our knowledge and focus our energies on living and working holistically, developing mind, body, and spirit. By continually exploring and practicing this integrated, developmental approach to aging, we enhance our well-being and serve as positive models for younger generations. On a practical level, integral aging includes learning and application of techniques to enhance lifework and later-life planning, breathwork, physical and mental exercise, meditation, and brain-based modalities.
We can run around in circles trying to be successful in our work and personal lives, but if we want to be "human beings," rather than "human doings," then we need to slow down and reflect upon what is really important to us. Life is too short and frustrating or too long and boring for us to ignore our unconscious yearnings.
Sally Gelardin, campus.digication.com...
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