20 Jun Webinar – Grateful Aging: Embracing Our Wisdom Years
Understanding and managing the process of aging is a central issue in modern society. This discussion overviews a naturalistic model of aging and transformation. We will identify a set of steps to promote well-being and shift the fear of aging into inspiration for living well.
We will identify a set of steps to promote well-being and to shift the fear of aging into inspiration for living well. The nine steps to Grateful Aging include:
- answer the call to transformation,
- cultivate curiosity,
- formalize a Grateful Aging practice,
- set intention for Grateful Aging,
- pay attention to the gifts of aging,
- build Grateful Aging habits,
- find guidance,
- move to acceptance,
- transform self and society.
Educational programs are described for elderly patients and for the healthcare professionals who serve them. The Grateful Aging Program is designed to expand awareness of healthy, mindful, and meaningful aging; promote individual and social well-being; and facilitate a supportive atmosphere for personal enrichment and shared learning.
Marilyn Schlitz, Ph.D., MBA, MA is an acclaimed social scientist, award-winning author, and master teacher. She has conducted clinical, laboratory, and field-based research into consciousness, transformation, and healing. Read more about Marilyn here.
To obtain program information or to request one of a limited number of scholarships contact:
Education Coordinator Rosemary Cox, email@example.com