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The Three Secrets of Aging Paperback – July 16, 2012
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- Publisher : O-Books (July 16, 2012)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 151 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1780990405
- ISBN-13 : 978-1780990408
- Item Weight : 1.47 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.43 x 0.32 x 8.46 inches
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“The Three Secrets of Aging” never shies away from describing the pain, anguish and fear that often accompany the aging process; in fact, the author insists that we not delude ourselves with some idea that we can avoid aging or delay death indefinitely through some foolish combination of self-deception and New Age techniques. This book looks the painful reality of aging and death squarely in the eye… and in doing so, invites us to the discovery that aging can be a precious opportunity to allow the ‘me,’ the personal identity we’ve spent decades developing, to dissolve, so that the pure Consciousness which is our true nature can be fully revealed. As the author puts it, “I discovered that getting old was Enlightenment in slow motion!” He shares the understanding that the aging process has the potential to lead us all into the revelation of a radiant Divine Presence in the midst of our normal daily lives. And it gives us the opportunity to share our new found wisdom with others and bring the already omnipresent Heaven into full manifestation here and now on earth.
~Ram Das Batchelder, author of “Rising in Love: My Wild and Crazy Ride to Here and Now, with Amma, the Hugging Saint”
Robinson first shares his own intense story of aging and his confrontation with the desire to die and then goes on to share three secrets of aging. These secrets inspire the reader to embrace elderhood as a powerful initiation, as something to look forward to, as a life-stage with its own unique and wonderous gifts.
Though framed within the context of aging, really, these secrets are the secrets of all ages...or maybe more suitably, the ageless because "getting old", like living, is "enlightenment is slow motion" for those with the eyes to perceive it as such.
What a great read-aloud this would be for loved ones!