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Aging: You fight it alone, you fight it always!

23 Sep

Aging: You fight it alone, you fight it always!

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. If you believe you feel and look as you desire, you need not read any further. Why bother and waste your time. But if you are like most of us and want to care for yourself better, read on.

 

Here is what you need to know in order to see the change you want to become. Remember, you are your only change agent.

 

Awareness: Have you ever tried using a GPS? We bet you have. No matter where you started from, or no matter where you want to go to, the most critical thing which guides you is your current location. Therefore, no matter where you have been or where you are going, unless you know were you are at, at any given point of time, it is impossible to lead yourself to your desired destination. And it is this awareness that is one of the most critical factors to a wholesome life; a wholesome feeling of beauty, inside and out.
 
Tools: Once you have zeroed in on what your life and beauty goals are, you want to make sure you have the right tools in place to get you there. For example, if your goals are to revive your skin, it is important you use Yogical kind of beauty products for your skin and hair. The longer you wait, the harder it is for you to achieve desired results. And like it or not, it is often a compromise you make with yourself. We say you deserve better. You need not settle for anything less than you deserve. So give yourself the best tools.
 
Put Yourself First: You may be a parent, a grandparent or someone who simply draws joy in caring for others more than caring for yourself. While there is much joy in selflessness, remember, the world around you is only as good as you. The better you are, the better you can make this world, longer. You must therefore make yourself the centre of your universe.
 
Eat, Sleep, Exercise, Laugh, Live: Make sure you eat well and eliminate anything that hasn’t been organically grown or produced; Sleep 7-8 hours; Do Yoga or any other exercise; Laugh a lot — tell jokes and ask your friends to tell you jokes; Live every waking up moment for when you sleep, you will sleep well.

 

We believe taking care of yourself is simple, repairing what has been left to disrepair possible, but it must begin immediately because the clock is ticking and beyond a certain point, irreversible. Wishing you the best of Yogical at all time!

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