How is it that some people retire at the mandated, government-regulated retirement age, while others seem to grow younger and retirement is not even an option for them?
Does retaining your youthfulness have to do with science, or is there something else - some magic elixir?
Ralph Maliphant tells his story and brings science together with spirit in a fascinating journey of discovery.
Ralph trained as a massage therapist at the Maitri Foundation at age 68 in 2003-2004, and completed an advanced year of training to learn the skills of Dynamic Bodywork.
He started training in the Rosen Method in 2009 and qualified as an intern in 2012, which means he is licensed to work on the public.
At age 83 getting ready to qualify as a full Rosen Method practitioner.
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Here is a link to the recorded show on Youtube.
I have recently discovered meditation and have been meditating for twenty minutes daily for the past two months. I have already experienced some wonderful benefits, for example an increase in my confidence and realizing that I was going to do something wrong before I did it.
I have tried very hard to reach the deep meditative stage where I can directly connect with God and get answers to my questions. At the moment I am going through a lot of changes in terms of my career, and I am really worried about making wrong decisions. I feel that no matter how hard I try to connect to God to get help with these decisions, He is just not there.
What is the process for connecting to God? I am worried that I have selected the wrong career and want God's opinion before it is too late.
I have been told by two different mediums and a spiritual healer that I am able to do what they do. I have always felt that I am here for more than what I do now, and I want to do more. I now have so many questions, but I am struggling to find the answers. This is frustrating because I don't want my gift to go to waste because I am not doing the right things.