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According to Ayurveda and Yoga

According to Ayurveda and Yoga

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March 24th 2015:Ayurveda, Yoga and Aging

Aging is generally defined by those who are not old. From the perspective of Voiceamerica host Ann Holaday, an old person, that definition is mostly wrong. We begin to age as soon as we are born, but the spiritual self which determines our view of the world, remains the same throughout life. The physical body, the mind, the view we have of ourselves and the perception which others have of us, are what change. Loneliness, isolation and lack of purpose are the biggest issues which modern elderly face since families are spread apart, everyone is working, home-life and neighborhoods disappearing.

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Ann Holaday

Ann Holaday, an ayurvedic professional whose passion is to tell the world about the amazing powers of ayurveda and yoga. She was born, brought up and educated in Britain and now lives in Washington State. She has three grownup children and two grandsons. Her career was in radiation therapy where she was an educator, manager and practitioner. She is the author of “The Mountain Never Cries,” and a teacher of English as a Second Language. She has been married twice, widowed twice and since the death of her second husband has traveled the world. She has lived in Puerto Rico, New Zealand, India, Britain and US. Ayurveda found her in India when she was captured by the timeless knowledge of life. S
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