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Eat an anti-inflammatory diet. Use dietary supplements wisely to support the body's defenses and natural healing power. Use preventive medicine intelligently: Get regular physical activity throughout life.

Get adequate rest and sleep. Learn and practice methods of stress protection. Exercise your mind as well as your body. Maintain social and intellectual connections as you go through life. Be flexible in mind and body: Think about and try to discover for yourself the benefits of aging. Do not deny the reality of aging or put energy into trying to stop it.

Use the experience of aging as a stimulus for spiritual awakening and growth. Keep an ongoing record of the lessons you learn, the wisdom you gain, and the values you hold. At critical points in your life, read this over, add to it, revise it, and share it with people you care about. A growing openness to experience — they move away from defensiveness and have no need for subception a perceptual defense that involves unconsciously applying strategies to prevent a troubling stimulus from entering consciousness.

An increasingly existential lifestyle — living each moment fully — not distorting the moment to fit personality or self-concept but allowing personality and self-concept to emanate from the experience. This results in excitement, daring, adaptability, tolerance, spontaneity, and a lack of rigidity and suggests a foundation of trust.

To open one's spirit to what is going on now, and discover in that present process whatever structure it appears to have. Increasing organismic trust — they trust their own judgment and their ability to choose behavior that is appropriate for each moment.

They do not rely on existing codes and social norms but trust that as they are open to experiences they will be able to trust their own sense of right and wrong. Freedom of choice — not being shackled by the restrictions that influence an incongruent individual, they are able to make a wider range of choices more fluently.

They believe that they play a role in determining their own behavior and so feel responsible for their own behavior. Creativity — it follows that they will feel more free to be creative. They will also be more creative in the way they adapt to their own circumstances without feeling a need to conform. Reliability and constructiveness — they can be trusted to act constructively.

An individual who is open to all their needs will be able to maintain a balance between them. Even aggressive needs will be matched and balanced by intrinsic goodness in congruent individuals. A rich full life — the life of the fully functioning individual as rich, full and exciting and suggests that they experience joy and pain, love and heartbreak, fear and courage more intensely.

It involves the stretching and growing of becoming more and more of one's potentialities. It involves the courage to be. It means launching oneself fully into the stream of life. Energize through safe, results-oriented exercise. Promote proper posture, spinal strength with flexibility, and body awareness. Implement sound eating practices for life.

Embrace life obstacles with self-awareness, reflection, imagination and creativity. Cultivate and calm the body-mind connection everyday. Surround yourself with trusted friends and family. Be kind to the Earth. Let change begin now, with you. Heart of the Human Spirit: Transform life through your heart, where true strength resides.

And once you have built that bigger, funnier, happier universe of thought, build a bigger and better one, for next month. Put ideas together rationally and arrive at the right judgment even in the absence of obvious evidence or proof. Decide, plan, and execute a course of action in a patient, persistent, and disciplined manner.

Recognize the changes and be flexible in adapting to them. Observe and perceive things with a sense of humor instead of outrage, indignation, and anger.

Let go of useless and counterproductive thoughts, desires, and ambitions instead of being preoccupied with them. Relax and meditate or rest. Resist temptation and coercion. They promote a simultaneous development of our various faculties.

They generally require mentors, rather than a single guru. They require a strong and developing autonomy. They are facilitated by personal traits that promote creativity in general.

Though they encourage individual autonomy, they require surrender at times to transformative agencies beyond ordinary functioning. They require patience and the love of practice for its own sake. They utilize inherited all-at-once responses, or psychosomatic compliance for high-level change. They utilize the manifold changes catalyzed by images and altered states.

They enlist more that one mediation to achieve particular outcomes. They surpass limits by negotiation rather than force. They depend upon improvisation.

They utilized images of unity. They require and facilitate conscious transitions between different states of consciousness. They depend on a developing awareness that transcends psychological and somatic functioning. They orient all our capacities and somatic processes toward the extraordinary life arising in us. Refrain from needless competitiveness, from contriving for self-advantage and from subjugating others.

When accepting authority over others know also that you accept responsibility for their wellbeing. Value true friendship and fulfill your obligations rather than striving with egotistical motive. Seek liberation from the negative passions of hatred, envy, greed and rage, and especially from delusion, deceit and sensory desire. Learn to let go of that which cannot be owned or which is destroyed by grasping. Seek the courage to be; defend yourself and your convictions.

Accept transience, the inevitable and the irrevocable. Know that change exists in everything. Negate the barriers to your awakening. Discover the positive in the negative and seek a meaningful purpose in what you do.

Be just and honorable. Take pride in what you do rather than being proud of what you have accomplished. Having humility and respect, give thanks to those from whom you learn or who have otherwise helped you. Act in harmony with your fellow beings, with nature and with inanimate objects. Know that a thing or an action which may seem of little value to oneself may be a priceless treasure to another. Help those who are suffering or disadvantaged and as you yourself become awakened help those who seek to make real their own potential.

Know that there is no shame in questioning. Be diligent in your practice and on hearing the music of the absolute do not be so foolish as to try to sing its song. Remember to renew the source in order to retain good health. Seek neither brilliance nor the void; just think deeply and work hard. When still, be as the mountain. When in movement be as the dragon riding the wind. Be aware at all times like the tiger, which only seems to sleep and at all times let the mind be like running water.

When you are required to act remember that right motive is essential to right action, just as right thought is essential to right words.

Beware of creating burdens for yourself or others to carry. Know that you are not the center of the universe but learn to put the universe at your center by accepting the instant of your being. Seek security within yourself rather than in others. Know that even great worldly wealth and the accumulation of material things are of little worth compared with the priceless treasures: Allow yourself to be so that your life may become a time of blossoming.

Practical Spirituality for an Impractical World , Elementary School Students Values Education. My office was in the Maywood Middle School, serving public school students in the 6th to 8th grades, ages 11 to Teachers and staff tried our best to create a safe, positive and productive educational environment. We had signs and posters, and used daily verbal reminders about the kind of social and learning environment we wanted students to create and support.

States that were pushing to have the Hebrew Jewish Ten Commandments of Moses placed on posters in every public elementary school K-8 classroom. In our public school, we emphasized core values every day: Responsibility, Integrity, Safety and Courtesy. Here are examples from three posters in our library and classrooms: Seven Precepts of Merlin: Labor Diligently to acquire knowledge, for it is power. When in authority, decide reasonably, for thine authority may cease.

Bear with fortitude the ills of life, remembering that no mortal sorrow is perpetual. Love virtue - for it bringeth peace. Abhor vice - for it bringeth evil upon all.

Obey those in authority in all just things, that virtue may be exalted. Cultivate the social virtues, so shalt thou be beloved by all men. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and the ignorant; they too have their story.

Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.

Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass. Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth.

Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness. Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul.

With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Strive to be happy. Max Ehrmann — , a poet and lawyer from Terre Haute, Indiana. Ten Principles for Living "1. Never obey anyone's command unless it is coming from within you also. There is no God other than life itself. Truth is within you, do not search for it elsewhere. To become a nothingness is the door to truth.

Nothingness itself is the means, the goal and attainment. Life is now and here. Do not swim — float. Die each moment so that you can be new each moment. That which is, is. A detailed management plan for your present resources. Have a detailed plan for the use of your time. A consistent plan for the gathering of knowledge. Constant association with people who have a common interest in progress, success, ideas, and philosophy.

A consistent plan for developing all your skills. A consistent plan for figuring ways to live uniquely. Examine life, engage life with vengeance; always search for new pleasures and new destines to reach with your mind. Worry only about the things that are in your control , the things that can be influenced and changed by your actions, not about the things that are beyond your capacity to direct or alter.

Treasure Friendship, the reciprocal attachment that fills the need for affiliation. Friendship cannot be acquired in the market place, but must be nurtured and treasured in relations imbued with trust and amity. Avoid shallow and transient pleasures. Keep your life simple. Seek calming pleasures that contribute to peace of mind. True pleasure is disciplined and restrained. Resist any external force that might delimit thought and action; stop deceiving yourself, believing only what is personally useful and convenient; complete liberty necessitates a struggle within, a battle to subdue negative psychological and spiritual forces that preclude a healthy existence; self mastery requires ruthless cador.

Live life in harmony and balance. Even good things, pursued or attained without moderation, can become a source of misery and suffering. Be a Responsible Human Being. Approach yourself with honesty and thoroughness; maintain a kind of spiritual hygiene; stop the blame-shifting for your errors and shortcomings. Prosperity by itself, is not a cure-all against an ill-led life, and may be a source of dangerous foolishness. Money is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for the good life, for happiness and wisdom.

Evildoing is a dangerous habit, a kind of reflex too quickly resorted to and too easily justified that has a lasting and damaging effect upon the quest for the good life. Harming others claims two victims—the receiver of the harm, and the victimizer, the one who does harm. Kindness towards others tends to be rewarded. Kindness to others is a good habit that supports and reinforces the quest for the good life.

Helping others bestows a sense of satisfaction that has two beneficiaries—the beneficiary, the receiver of the help, and the benefactor, the one who provides the help. Living one day at a time, Enjoying one moment at a time, accepting hardship as a pathway to peace.

The Alphabet of Spiritual Literacy. Reading the Sacred in Everyday Life , Principles for Living in Balance "1.

Mellowness of mind 2. A healthy, balanced life 3. An unobstructed, undefeated spirit 4. Loving people and rendering service 5. Unifying the body and mind 6. The rich emotion of enjoying simple relationships and things 7. Frequent self-examination of one's personal and public life 8. Avoidance of obsession or extravagance 9. Show great respect for your fellow beings.

Give assistance and kindness wherever needed. Be truthful and honest at all times. Do what you know to be right. Look after the well-being of mind and body. Treat the Earth and all the dwell thereon with respect. Take full responsibility for your actions.

Dedicate a share of your efforts to the greater good. Work together for the benefit of all mankind. Learn from Nature - Every tree, every animal, every stone has a lesson to teach. Respect Your Ancestors and Ancestry - All people have indigenous roots, and no culture has a monopoly on wisdom.

Get Plenty of Exercise - Stand and move with dignity, and breathe slowly. Seven Keys to Health and Happiness , Ground Rules for Living "1. Accept Full Responsibility for Your Life. Handle What Does Not Work. Let Go of Resentment. Find a Dream to Go For. To have a chance to learn and grow, to be skillful in your profession or craft, practicing the percepts and loving speech — this is the greatest happiness.

To be able to serve and support your parents, to cherish your own family, to have a vocation that brings you joy — this is the greatest happiness. To live honestly, generous in giving, to offer support to relatives and friends, living a life of blameless conduct — this is the greatest happiness. To be humble and polite in manner, to be grateful and content with a simple life, not missing the occasion to learn the Dharma — this is the greatest happiness.

To persevere and be open to change, to have regular contact with monks and nuns, and to fully participate in Dharma discussions — this is the greatest happiness.

To live in the world with your heart undisturbed by the world, with all sorrows ended, dwelling in peace — this is the greatest happiness.

For he or she who accomplishes this, unvanquished wherever she goes, always he is safe and happy — happiness lives within oneself. The inherent worth and dignity of every person. Justice, equity and compassion in human relations. Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations. A free and responsible search for truth and meaning. The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.

The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all. Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Physician to the U. Naturalness and Simplicity Rely on the natural state. Be yourself, your true unaltered self.

Everything we need is within the natural mind - innately whole and complete. Authenticity, Non-contrivance, Non-fabrication There is nirvanic peace in things left just as they are. Striving and struggle is extra. Leave it as it is and rest the weary heart and mind.

See through everything, be through everything; and remain free, luminous and complete. Openness and Oneness Stay open-minded and inclusive. Pure presence is a state of nonjudgmental, non-interfering choiceless awareness or panoramic attention to the "is-ness" and "now-ness" of all things.

Be open to your experience. Let go and let things fall into place as they will. Perhaps wherever they fall is the right place.

Awareness and Wisdom Present awareness knows and sees what is, as it is. Innate wakefulness is wise and effective in its own brand of insight and discernment combined with uncommon common sense. Spontaneous Energy Flow With freedom and decontraction, inexhaustible uninhibited energy is released, surging forth, bubbling up from within.

When we let go and loosen our tight-fisted grasping, or repetitive holding patterns, we are buoyed up and become one with the flow. This is the natural flow, the sacred zone masters describe.

You can access it at will. Characteristics of the More Fully-Functioning Individual. A balanced wholeness of perspective that centers around the idea of achieving a complete experience of life. A balanced wholeness of resolve in which I deliberately move away from what is toxic and move toward that which is nourishing. A balanced wholeness of the manner, content, and intent of my speech. A balanced wholeness of life-affirming moral conduct.

A balanced wholeness of a profession that affirms life and does not obstruct or negate it. A balanced wholeness of life-affirming spiritual activity. A balanced wholeness of mindful awareness and alertness as tools for profound living. A balanced wholeness of concentrated bodymind skills as tools for fully awakening my Buddha Nature.

The practice of giving love without expectations. To seeking true knowledge of ourselves and of the meaning of existence. Practicing reflection to understand the mistakes we made in life and to release ourselves from attachment that causes suffering. To develop ourselves so that we can help guide others and to become useful in the world - to, ultimately, evolve spiritually. The Feminine Face of God: Nine Heart Paths to Healing and Abundance , Eat not to dullness; drink not to elevation.

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Certain changes in the value system. Toward a Psychology of Being. Subtlety, Experience the Power of Gentleness 4. Variation, Enjoy Abundant Possibilities 5.

Enthusiasm, Turn the Small into the Great 7. Imagination and Dreams, Create Your Life 9. Connect to Others, socialize, maintain friendships. Connection to Your Body: Do It Now 6. Don't Expect Heaven on Earth. Seven Strategies for Positive Aging 1. You can find meaning in old age. You're never to old to learn. You can use the past to cultivate wisdom. You can strengthen life-span relationships. You can promote growth through giving and receiving help. You can forgive yourself and others. You can possess a grateful attitude.

Seven Perennial Spiritual Practices: Concentrate and calm your mind. Awaken your spiritual vision: Express spirit in action: Twelve Gateways to Personal Growth.

Completing the Circle of Life". The Twelve Gateways to Personal Growth , Love and Warmth 2. Appreciation and Gratitude 3. Excitement and Passion 5. Deep rest, restful awareness, and restful sleep. Lovingly nurturing you body through healthy food. Using nutritional complements wisely. Eliminating toxins from you life. Cultivating flexibility and creativity in consciousness. Love and loving relationships. Maintaining a youthful mind. Grow Younger, Live Longer: Ten Steps to Reverse Aging.

Wisdom - Good judgment, the ability to perceive people and situations correctly, deliberate about and decide on the correct response. Piety - Correct observance of ritual and social traditions; the maintenance of the agreements both personal and societal , we humans have with the Gods and Spirits. Keep the Old Ways, through ceremony and duty. Vision - The ability to broaden one's perspective to have a greater understanding of our place and role in the cosmos, relating to the past, present and future.

Courage - The ability to act appropriately in the face of danger. Integrity - Honor; being trustworthy to oneself and to others, involving oath-keeping, honesty, fairness, respect, self-confidence. Perseverance - Drive; the motivation to pursue goals even when that pursuit becomes difficult. Hospitality - Acting as both a gracious host and an appreciative guest, involving benevolence, friendliness, humor, and the honoring of "a gift for a gift.

Moderation - Cultivating one's appetites so that one is neither a slave to them nor driven to ill health mental or physical , through excess or deficiency. Fertility - Bounty of mind, body and spirit, involving creativity, production of objects, food, works of art, etc. The Good Life Website: Dhammapada Sutra by The Buddha. Propriety, reverence, courtesy, ritual or the ideal standard of conduct. Goodness, benevolence; recognition of value and concern for others, no matter their rank or class.

The idea of the true gentleman who lives according to the highest ethical standards. The gentleman displays five virtues: Increase our objectivity and eliminate confusing facts and inferences 2. Break any habit with which we habitually put ourselves at risk 3.

Get rid of agendas that conflict with our higher priorities 4. Replace self-defeating demands and damnation with realistic preferences and appraisals 5. Accept ourselves and others as the fallible human beings we actually are. Harper, A Guide to Rational Living , , , p. All forms are interconnected, constantly change, and continuously arise from and return to primordial Source.

Commit yourself completely to liberation in this lifetime. Relax and surrender to life. Cultivate union with universal energy. Go with the universal flow. Rest in the radiance of your open heart. Active compassion arises naturally out of unconditioned love.

Cutting through to clarity, luminosity, and spaciousness. Pure Source awareness is - remain in recognition. Serve as a warrior of the open heart and liberated spirit. Milton, Sky Above, Earth Below , Notwithstanding numerous cautions and caveats, this suggestion of universality hints that in addition to trying to broaden the scope of psychological research to include mental wellness, the leaders of the positive psychology movement are challenging moral relativism and suggesting that we are "evolutionarily predisposed" toward certain virtues, that virtue has a biological basis.

Affirm life; Do not kill. Be giving; Do not steal. Honor the body; Do not misuse sexuality. Manifest truth; Do not lie. Proceed clearly; Do not cloud the mind. See the perfection; Do not speak of others errors and faults. Realize self and other as one; Do not elevate the self and blame others. Give generously; do not be withholding. Actualize harmony; Do not be angry. Experience the intimacy of things; Do not defile the Eight Treasures.

The Five Precepts of Mahayana Buddhism. Awaken intuition and rejuvenate yourself. Find a nurturing spiritual path. Design an energy-aware approach to diet, fitness and health. Generate positive emotional energy to counter negativity. Develop a heart-centered sexuality. Open yourself to the flow of inspiration and creativity. Celebrate the sacredness of laughter, pampering, and the replenishment of retreat.

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Use the experience of aging as a stimulus for spiritual awakening and growth. Keep an ongoing record of the lessons you learn, the wisdom you gain, and the values you hold. At critical points in your life, read this over, add to it, revise it, and share it with people you care about.

Energize through safe, results-oriented exercise. Promote proper posture, spinal strength with flexibility, and body awareness.

Implement sound eating practices for life. Embrace life obstacles with self-awareness, reflection, imagination and creativity. Cultivate and calm the body-mind connection everyday. Surround yourself with trusted friends and family.

Be kind to the Earth. Let change begin now, with you. Heart of the Human Spirit: Transform life through your heart, where true strength resides. Put ideas together rationally and arrive at the right judgment even in the absence of obvious evidence or proof. Decide, plan, and execute a course of action in a patient, persistent, and disciplined manner. Recognize the changes and be flexible in adapting to them.

Observe and perceive things with a sense of humor instead of outrage, indignation, and anger. Let go of useless and counterproductive thoughts, desires, and ambitions instead of being preoccupied with them. Relax and meditate or rest. Resist temptation and coercion. They promote a simultaneous development of our various faculties. They generally require mentors, rather than a single guru.

They require a strong and developing autonomy. They are facilitated by personal traits that promote creativity in general. Though they encourage individual autonomy, they require surrender at times to transformative agencies beyond ordinary functioning.

They require patience and the love of practice for its own sake. They utilize inherited all-at-once responses, or psychosomatic compliance for high-level change. They utilize the manifold changes catalyzed by images and altered states. They enlist more that one mediation to achieve particular outcomes. They surpass limits by negotiation rather than force. They depend upon improvisation. They utilized images of unity. They require and facilitate conscious transitions between different states of consciousness.

They depend on a developing awareness that transcends psychological and somatic functioning. They orient all our capacities and somatic processes toward the extraordinary life arising in us. Refrain from needless competitiveness, from contriving for self-advantage and from subjugating others. When accepting authority over others know also that you accept responsibility for their wellbeing. Value true friendship and fulfill your obligations rather than striving with egotistical motive.

Seek liberation from the negative passions of hatred, envy, greed and rage, and especially from delusion, deceit and sensory desire. Learn to let go of that which cannot be owned or which is destroyed by grasping.

Seek the courage to be; defend yourself and your convictions. Accept transience, the inevitable and the irrevocable. Know that change exists in everything. Negate the barriers to your awakening. Discover the positive in the negative and seek a meaningful purpose in what you do. Be just and honorable. Take pride in what you do rather than being proud of what you have accomplished.

Having humility and respect, give thanks to those from whom you learn or who have otherwise helped you. Act in harmony with your fellow beings, with nature and with inanimate objects. Know that a thing or an action which may seem of little value to oneself may be a priceless treasure to another.

Help those who are suffering or disadvantaged and as you yourself become awakened help those who seek to make real their own potential. Know that there is no shame in questioning. Be diligent in your practice and on hearing the music of the absolute do not be so foolish as to try to sing its song. Remember to renew the source in order to retain good health.

Seek neither brilliance nor the void; just think deeply and work hard. When still, be as the mountain. When in movement be as the dragon riding the wind. Be aware at all times like the tiger, which only seems to sleep and at all times let the mind be like running water. When you are required to act remember that right motive is essential to right action, just as right thought is essential to right words. Beware of creating burdens for yourself or others to carry.

Know that you are not the center of the universe but learn to put the universe at your center by accepting the instant of your being. Seek security within yourself rather than in others. Know that even great worldly wealth and the accumulation of material things are of little worth compared with the priceless treasures: Allow yourself to be so that your life may become a time of blossoming.

Seven Precepts of Merlin: Labor Diligently to acquire knowledge, for it is power. When in authority, decide reasonably, for thine authority may cease. Bear with fortitude the ills of life, remembering that no mortal sorrow is perpetual. Love virtue - for it bringeth peace. Abhor vice - for it bringeth evil upon all. Obey those in authority in all just things, that virtue may be exalted. Cultivate the social virtues, so shalt thou be beloved by all men. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons.

Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and the ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexations to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.

Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time. Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass.

Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness.

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