Looking Younger As We Age

There is a fine line here, Dear Hearts. The fine line is represented by our beliefs. Some believe, some don’t. For those who believe will come many changes. The changes will be represented upon their faces, their hands, their bodies. In fact, Dear Hearts, the whole body will evidence age dropping away.

Our dearest, Carolyn, has been grappling with this concept for some time. Hers has been a hard journey, Dear Hearts, in that she will be the first to evidence such happenings within a short space of time, so-called.

Yes, dearest, we are planning many changes for you, indeed. Are you not witnessing change occurring, dearest?

Yes I am.

And are you pleased with the changes, dearest?

Yes, I am pleased.

Yes, dearest?

Lately, the past few weeks, I am feeling a spring in my step that I’ve not had since before the illness in 2013. As a woman in her sixties, this is surprising me. Some, at our dance socials, are remarking how very well I look; some even remarking I look younger than I did.

Are you saying, dearest, the evidence is before you?

Yes, I have to admit this. My body is getting quite strong; and my overall appearance is certainly changing with fewer lines, and a healthy glow is becoming apparent.

You are happy with the result, dearest?

Yes, I have to say I am quite happy.

And this, dearest, will continue…. During your conversation with our Dear Heart, Veronica, certain advice was given. Yes?

Yes; you advised that if we wanted to look younger we would need to eat healthily; i.e., no junk food; we would need to do some exercise (dance seems to be sufficient, at this stage, for me) and we would need to look after our beauty regime; i.e., clean, moisturise and pamper ourselves all over.

All over, dearest?

Yes. I commented that, during my morning skin routine lately, I had found myself rubbing moisturiser into the back of my heels and also in and around my finger nails. I mentioned this because it has only been lately that I find myself more invested in, what I would have considered, pampering myself. I do want to look after myself more than I’ve ever wanted to. I believe I have a responsibility to myself to do the best I can. This includes the food I eat, the clothes I wear, the pampering of my outer layer, (my skin). In fact, in all manner of ways I want the best for me.

Are you saying, dearest, this was not always your intent?

Yes, I believe that is what I am saying. I haven’t always given myself the attention I deserve, so to speak. I haven’t always placed myself first, in this sense. Now I have this overriding need to firstly invest in myself, in all ways, then to go on to whatever the day holds.

Indeed, dearest, we know this is true for you. And would you suggest this for others?

Yes, I would suggest this for all. I am gaining such a profound caring for myself, which does not negate others; not at all. The old adage: You can’t give away what you haven’t got, springs to mind. Indeed, I am feeling so loved and cherished by me, it is making me feel somewhat humbled.

You would say it is like a mother looking after her babe?

No, I wouldn’t say that. It is more like an adult looking after itself.

© 2016 Carolyn Page – ABC of Spirit Talk/Light Workers of the World 


5 Comments Add yours

  1. I am witness to Carolyn’s (Mum’s) ‘turning back of the clock’. I’ve seen her skin rejuvenate, watched as her eyes have become youthful again and seen the energy that was once gone flow once more.
    This journey requires commitment and practice but the benefits…..
    I’m in, I’m there, bring it on… #1 believer

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    1. Carolyn Page says:

      Thank You, Sweet Heart; that is lovely of you to say….. Love, love, love You…! ❤


  2. Resa says:

    I had to think about this post for a day. Aging has been on my mind for a few years now. It’s been on my body for longer.
    One day I was getting ready to go out. I thought my nylons were bagging at the knee, so I did the upwards smoothing technique. Turns out I wasn’t wearing nylons.
    I’m very happy for you, Carolyn & do take what has been said here to heart. This is why I enjoy taking photos of street art. It takes a lot of walking to find it & record it. Usually 2 hours at a time, but often I have walked for 3 even 4 hours. It’s fabulous exercise.
    Still, I’ve a long way to walk.

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    1. Carolyn Page says:

      Resa, to say I’ve been a little hesitant to write emphatically about the changes occurring for me physically is not to understate my position. However, I can now state, quite emphatically, that I appear and feel myself to be looking and feeling/moving in a manner that a woman of my age ought not to (logically) look and feel, particularly after the debilitating illness I’ve suffered. My whole body is becoming tauter; face included. Were I to be exercising I probably could understand the changes a little more, however, I’m not; apart from a social dance once (rarely twice per week lately).
      The C.C. advised this would occur, not just for me, but for all those whose desire is to perfect themselves ~ remembering we are talking about perfection; i.e., becoming calm, ridding oneself of fear, anger, past grievances, etc. Also eating healthily, whether that be as a vegan, vegetarian, meat eater (like myself at present/organic as possible) or whatever is appropriate for the individual. Ridding junk food from the diet. By that is meant eliminating sugar in particular (without sweating the small stuff, of course).
      So here I am finding myself in a space I’ve not known before. As Veronica said above ~ she is watching the clock winding backwards for me… I’m still a little surprised that this is actually happening, though, it is happening, and I’m loving it! 🙂


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