Enjoying your elderhood

The term elder is used with various meanings: I’m using it to invite you to connect with the mature wisdom in yourself, and in our ancestors. Traditional tribal cultures, such as the Native Americans, Celts, and Bedouin, had great wisdom, including the role of the...
Creative Ageing: a conversation with Alan Heeks

Creative Ageing: a conversation with Alan Heeks

Saturday January 12, 2019: 2:15 – 4:30pm At the Chapel in the Garden, Bridport If you’re over 50, 60, or 70, you may find that getting older has blessings and losses, insights and uncertainties. This is a chance to share your hopes, fears and questions in a...
Even the old are prejudiced about ageing!

Even the old are prejudiced about ageing!

How to grow through the fear and bias Most of us have prejudices, and most of us have them around old age, whatever age we are!  It’s been shocking for me, as an expert on creative ageing, to admit this is true of me. I realise that one simplistic way that I...
Born to be wild: fresh adventures

Born to be wild: fresh adventures

Everyday life these days can be uncertain and unsettling for anyone, and getting older may just seem to make that worse. It may feel tempting to settle into your rut, retreat into safety. In fact, you’re likely to be more happy and resilient if you open up to fresh...
Mysteries of elderhood: effects of ageing

Mysteries of elderhood: effects of ageing

Alan Heeks shares his development through the life stages When I turned sixty in 2008, I set a clear intent of moving into elderhood, growing beyond my prevailing warrior-hero approach to life. Ten years on, I can report good progress on my development through the...

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