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You Can’t Change Your Body’s Age, But You Can Become Ageless

Everyone grows older and eventually dies; it’s just the natural way of life. How a person deals with aging is a whole other story and entirely up to the person. Your brain does have an incredible power to make you ageless.

If you have the right mindset, you can make it so you hardly notice you’ve aged at all. In this short post, I’m going to provide you with everything you need to start putting yourself in the ageless mindset.


How Can a Positive Mindset Make You Ageless?

Of course,I don’t mean that it can literally make you ageless, but it can certainly make you feel as if you are! One of the biggest complaints amongst those over the age of 50 is the feeling of deterioration, decline, and the feeling of being unwanted or not useful.  It is an experience that many feel when it comes to the inevitability of aging.

Your mindset is a big part in how you cope with that and, also, how you can work to combat it. If you keep your mind focused on the positive things your age has brought you (like wisdom, understanding, and the ability to better help others), and work diligently to maintain good physical health, you won’t notice your aging as much.

Plus, it will greatly improve your overall outlook on life, as well as your physical quality of life.


Ignore the Culture Surrounding You

Every day, older people are pushed to the side in favor of the younger generations. Those who are older than 30, tend to frequently lie about their age, trying to make it seem like they’re part of the favored, younger group.

Our culture greatly values youth and it is promoted as the optimal stage in life.

In order to get past this and actually start living with an ageless mindset, you have to do your best to tune it out. Stop denying your aging and own it; that’s what will truly make you ageless.


Love Your Body and Own Your Age

The only way to ensure you keep having the ageless mindset is to continue to love your body and remind yourself that you are getting better with age. There’s no such thing as perfection for humanity; we make mistakes, learn, and grow throughout our lives.

Remember that this “ideal” body images promoted in television and movies are either fabricated, unrealistic, or unattainable for 99% of the population.  You can’t use this as a goal or a comparable standard.

That doesn’t mean you need to let yourself go either.  Good physical health is vital to and ageless mindset.

An important part of keeping yourself in the ageless mindset is loving and appreciating your body for what it does for you and how far it has gotten you. Every day that you’re alive, you learn something new and adapt to changes around you.

A good first step in keeping an ageless mindset is loving your body for all its many years and experiences and appreciating it.



Never Say ‘Never’

The number one thing that will knock you off your track towards an ageless mindset is negativity. We psych ourselves by telling ourselves that we’re too old to do something, too set in our ways to learn something, and even that we’re simply too old to be of value.

These thoughts are toxic and highly dangerous to the positive outlook you’re trying to maintain. You are capable of doing anything you put your mind to.  Granted, may take you a little extra effort to get there, but if you make the effort, you can accomplish it.

Never listen when that negative voice inside your head tells you anything negative about your abilities, your worth, or your age.


How you deal with aging is entirely up to you.  You can be in denial about the fact that you’re getting older by lying about your age and dying your hair, or you can embrace your age for all the wonderful things it has brought you.  Move forward with a positive mindset that will have you feeling ageless.

    1 Response to "Being Ageless Starts In Your Mind"

    • Linda Latt

      Love it ! Oh to be thirty again. But I am still working to be all I can be.

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