From the moment we are born until the minute we leave the earth, we are constantly changing. Change is the one thing we all experience together throughout our lives. The most common forms of change often hit closest to our fundamental needs such as relationships, residence, location, work and money. Because of this, it can be easy to see change as a negative and something to be avoided.
We are opening this topic because knowing your relationship to change can predict your relationship to aging. When we see change as a negative, we also see any outcomes or results of that change as negative. This inhibits our ability to imagine beyond what we think is possible, limits our openness and therefore our possibilities.
When you think about change, how do you feel? Is it something you are open to, something you’d prefer to avoid, or do you fall somewhere in the middle?
This week, we encourage you to notice your reaction to the idea of change and see where and how that reaction predicts your willingness to engage with change.
At Defy Aging Solutions, we accept that change happens. We use this truth to our advantage by creating positive change through our commitment to move better, feel better and have more energy.
Sometimes making new year's resolutions can feel a bit like Groundhog Day. We’ve been here before. We know what we need to do. We know more than ever how to do it and it doesn’t always happen. You’ll learn more about this repetitive process in January’s first newsletter so make sure to check out “the snap-back effect”.
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