As the kick off of the Kaiut Event in Toronto last night Francisco spoke about aging, which is relevant to all of us no matter our age. While we may not think about it when we are 25 or even 35 we are all aging every day. Our genetics, lifestyle and karma will all affect how we age. So too will the way we move day to day, day in day out.
In this teacher training we have people of a variety of ages. I would guess that the group spans 5 decades. Which is pretty amazing. And yet the group is not what it seems. We assume that those that are older have less mobility in their bodies and those that are younger have more. Not true. It was interesting to see that age means nothing. Some of the younger attendees had more restriction in their joints and more intense sensation, some of the older attendees had less.
So what does nature have in store for us as we age? Nothing and everything. Because we can all impact how we will age through how we move. But we need to be patient. Think about it. The only time nature moves quickly it is not a good thing. Nature acting fast is hurricanes and earthquakes. Nature moving slowly is a tree growing or a flower blooming. It is so slow you can't even see it but it is happening just the same.
To change how we will age, to reduce the blockages and restrictions in our bodies, will take time and dedication. We are flowers blooming.