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  •  “The world is awakening to a powerful truth: Women and girls aren’t the problem; they’re the solution.”

  •  “If we lived in a culture that valued women's autonomy and in which men and women practiced cooperative birth control, the abortion issue would be moot.”

  •  “Your beliefs and thoughts are wired into your biology. They become your cells, tissues, and organs. There’s no supplement, no diet, no medicine, and no exercise regimen that can compare with the power of your thoughts and beliefs. That’s the very first place you need to look when anything goes wrong with your body.”

  • “According to Chinese and ancient Ayurvedic medicine, at age 60, women end their householder life and begin to develop their souls. Our fertility stops being about having children and starts being about what we create for ourselves that benefits us and the people around us.”

  • “We are all hungry for genuine connection and caring, and we will not get this unless we find our Soul's tribe. If we don't find this, we'll kill ourselves, either by finding an addiction to mask the pain or by ignoring what we need to stay healthy.”

  • “Be open to the fact that Spirit answers prayers three ways: “Yes!” and “Not now” and “No, because I love you too much.”

  •  “longitudinal study of people over age 75, conducted over a period of 21 years by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, looked at whether activities from playing cards to swimming to doing housework affected cognitive ability. Almost none of the physical activities had any effect on dementia rates except for one: partner dancing, which lowered the risk by 76 percent. No other activity came anywhere near being as effective at protecting people from cognitive decline!3”

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  •  “Courage necessary to make radical and life-giving changes in your mind and body that will allow you to flourish on all levels.”
  •  “I want you to know that it is pleasure, not pain, that is your birthright.”

  •   “Our bodies love us so much that they will do anything necessary to bring us to a place in which we recognize and release our unlovingness toward ourselves that’s causing us deep heartache. The message of illness and pain may be “It’s time to bring healing love into your energy field. You’ve been in emotional pain long enough. Let me turn up the volume by creating physical pain so you’ll pay attention and take care of your heart.”

  •   “Courage necessary to make radical and life-giving changes in your mind and body that will allow you to flourish on all levels.”

  •  “hard-wired to seek love, joy, fulfillment—and health. Though we’ve too often been talked out of our desires as children,”

  •  “Your authentic, true self doesn’t lie to you, mislead you, or take you away from your power source.” 

  •  “The secret to thriving is the knowledge that we are never simply victims of our bodies. It’s very reassuring to know that we all have within us the ability to heal from anything and go on to live joy-filled lives.”

  • “Your thoughts and beliefs are the single most important indicator of your state of health. That is amazingly good” 

  •  “become the physical embodiment of your soul so that you discover the woman you were always meant to be.”

  •   “becoming an ageless goddess means letting go of the fear that you aren’t smart enough, educated enough, or intuitive enough to make the right decisions for yourself.”

  •  “Somewhere deep inside many of us is an apology for our very existence. As Anne Wilson Schaef writes, “The original sin of being born female is not redeemable by works.”3 No”

  • “the most fundamental and radical of these changes is learning how to love and accept your precious body right now. It is, after all, the temple that houses your soul.”

  • §   “The world at large is finally waking up to the fact that we can no longer ignore the victims of intimate violence and the link between intimate violence and international violence, including terrorism.”

  • “Consider the following: More than 40 percent of women in the United States have likely been the victim of violence, including childhood sexual abuse (almost 18 percent), physical assault (more than 19 percent), rape (more than 20 percent), and intimate partner violence (almost 35 percent).4 Some 6 percent of all pregnant women experienced violence during their pregnancies as well.5 Despite the widespread violence against women, less than 10 percent of primary care physicians normally screen for domestic violence during routine office visits.6 Yet if the violence is not addressed, it”

  •   “Age is just a number, and agelessness means not buying into the idea that a number determines everything from your state of health to your attractiveness to your value.”

  • §   “In Celtic cultures, the young maiden was seen as the flower; the mother, the fruit; the elder woman, the seed. The seed is the part that contains the knowledge and potential of all the other parts within it.” ― Christiane Northrup, Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom: Creating Physical And Emotional Health And Healing

  •   “Another example of how connected we all are, and are meant to be, is the story of the “elephant whisperer,” the late Lawrence Anthony. He was a conservationist who saved the lives of countless elephants”

  •  “with a woman’s life expectancy at eighty-four years, it is reasonable to expect that she will not only live thirty to forty years beyond menopause, but be vibrant, sharp, and influential as well. The menopause you will experience is not your mother’s (or grandmother’s) menopause.”

  • §   “[A]ny ecstatic experience can be healing not just for you but for others. Therapy is good to help you think differently and break patterns of pessimistic thinking or negative self-talk. But we have to be joyful, dance, and bring pleasure into our lives deliberately.”

  • §“the hermetic philosophy of the harmony between man and nature contained in the phrase “As above, so below.”

  • “Dispenza says, wisdom is simply memory with the emotional charge removed.”  “I believe that we make soul contracts with ourselves and other souls before incarnating into our human bodies.” 

  •  “Spirit or Source is our true Beloved, who will always accept, forgive, and love us.” “Your thoughts and beliefs are the single most important indicator of your state of health.”

  • “If I’m passionate about something, I always know that I’m meant to do it. Excitement about something always means that you’re aligned with who you really are!”

  •  “You can actually improve your health by spending more time in nature and getting in touch with the earth and sky.”

  •  “thought held long enough and repeated enough becomes a belief.”

  •  “The essence of everything you will learn in these pages comes down to this: To live an easy life, you have to align with the Divine part of yourself. In fact, you have to let it lead your life. This is not the same as waiting for some kind of Divine force outside of you to come swooping in to rescue you from your life. That’s not how it works. You have to make an effort to make changes. But when you align your personal will with Divine will, then you can move mountains. Much”

  • §   “If your heart’s not in it, why are you in it?”

  • §   “Anthropologist Richard Grossinger, Ph.D., puts it this way: “Guess what? God created beings not to act in a morality play but to experience what is unfathomable, to elicit what can become, to descend into the darkness of creation and reveal it to him [or her], to mourn and celebrate enigma and possibility. The universe is a whirling dervish, not a hanging judge in robes.”

  •  “Holding our breath or breathing shallowly always stops us from feeling. And to heal anything, we have to feel it. So breathe mindfully whenever possible. I have the word breathe posted in strategic places throughout my home and office.”

  •  “she is now dedicating her life to helping women truly flourish by learning how to enhance all that can go right with their bodies. Dr. Northrup is a leading proponent of medicine that acknowledges the unity of mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Internationally known for her empowering approach to women’s health and”

  •  “Seventy-five percent of people over 65 are on medications, and on average, they’re taking five different drugs.”

  •  “Instead of celebrating our cyclic nature as a positive aspect of our female being, up until very recently we’ve been taught that we shouldn’t acknowledge our periods at all, lest we neglect the needs of our spouses and children. Consider this excerpt from a 1963 insert inside a tampon box: WHEN YOU’RE A WIFE Don’t take advantage of your husband. That’s an old rule of good marriage behavior that’s just as sensible now as it ever was. Of course, you’ll not try to take advantage, but sometimes ways of taking advantage aren’t obvious. You wouldn’t connect it with menstruation, for instance. Yet, if you neglect the simple rules that make menstruation a normal time of month, and retire for a few days each month, as though you were ill, you’re taking advantage of your husband’s good nature. He married a full-time wife, not a part-time one. So you should be active, peppy, and cheerful every day.27”

  •   “And in the brain, neurons that fire together quite literally wire together.”

  •   “All space is sacred space when you remember that God is within you.”

  •  “Moderators are able to enjoy a small bowl of ice cream and leave it at that. Abstainers find that one bowl of ice cream inevitably leads to finishing off the carton, and one cookie is never enough. Abstainers tend to do best when they abstain from all sugar for five or six days per week, leaving a day or two for eating whatever they want. Are you a moderator or an abstainer?”

  •   “If you think about problems instead of solutions and opportunities, your problems expand.”

  •   “rid myself of what was no longer serving me. I stood up for myself and my own worth. I declared that I deserved to be treated better, and that had to start in the only place I have any control over: how I treat myself. The fact that you are entitled to your hurt, grief, and defensiveness doesn’t mean it’s working for you.”

  •  “that fire together, wire together—so if you create a habit of releasing emotions, your brain will actually rewire itself for optimism and forgiveness.”

  •   “A 2003 report by a division of the Cyprus government recently reported that more than 2,000 women a year, particularly those arriving from Eastern Europe and the former Soviet republics hoping for a better life, end up forced into prostitution and trafficked to other European and Arab countries.18 A United Nations report estimates that in Asia alone, about a million children work in the sex trade and are kept in slavery-like conditions (such as being locked in brothels and beaten if they are uncooperative, not to mention being undernourished and sedated with drugs”

  •   “Put on the music and dance now. Your unrestricted, luscious, rich joy serves not only you but the planet. So move those lower chakras, open your heart, and let your life force express itself like the most succulent, juicy fruit, the most redolent and colorful flower, or the loudest and most raucous song. After that, make a commitment to getting rid of all the old emotional toxins that have become stuck inside you so you can live freely and agelessly.”

  •  “All of us are given a certain amount of crap to compost. Get it out of you so that you can mix it into rich soil and create something new. Learn from it, write a poem expressing it, and dance or cry it out of you to heal yourself. Create something better from the crap so that it doesn’t define your life or make you sick. And”

  • “According to Chinese and ancient Ayurvedic medicine, at age 60, women end their householder life and begin to develop their souls."

    Christiane Northrup

  • “We become programmed with a set of upper limits for what we believe we deserve in life. That includes how healthy, how prosperous, and how well loved we can expect to be. These beliefs operate in our subconscious, under the radar of our everyday consciousness. But they unerringly attract to us experiences that reinforce what we already believe.”

  • “I don’t let someone else’s idea about what “40,” or “50,” or “60,” or any other number means inform how I see myself.”  

  • “Growing older is an opportunity for you to increase your value and competence as the neural connections in your hippocampus and throughout your brain increase, weaving into your brain and body the wisdom of a life well lived, which allows you to stop living out of fear of disappointing others and being imperfect. Ageless living is courageous living. It means being undistracted by the petty dramas of life because you have enough experience to know what’s not worth worrying about and what ought to be your priorities.”

  • “Centenarians are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population (increasing at the rate of 75,000 people per year).”

  • “Throwing the leg of lamb out the window may have been Aunt Carol's outward expression of the process going on within her soul: the reclaiming of herself. Perhaps it was her way of saying how tired she was of waiting on her family, of signaling to them that she was past the cook/chauffeur/dishwasher stage of life. For many women, if not most, part of this reclamation process includes getting in touch with anger and, perhaps, blowing up at loved ones for the first time.”

  • “Ageless living is courageous living. It means being undistracted by the petty dramas of life because you have enough experience to know what’s not worth worrying about and what ought to be your priorities.”

  • “Paramahansa  Yogananda said, “Everyone has self-limiting idiosyncrasies. They were not put into your nature by God, but were created by you. These are what you must change—by remembering that these habits, peculiar to your nature, are nothing but manifestations of your own thoughts.”

  • Women over 50 were the first adopters of e-readers, changing the face of book publishing, and they continue to be the number-one group of book buyers.”

  • “you can glow with vitality if you see yourself as an expression of the Divine and a being through which the Divine Beloved operates.”

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