Psyche and Emotions

energy | Longevity LIVE

It is commonly believed that we lose energy as we grow older but I conclude that the level of energy one has in life is not so much connected to age, as it is to state of mind. Naturally, when someone is coming to the end of their life and

life | Longevity LIVE

It’s a whole new life with a new start. I use to sit at work and dream about working from home and being my own boss. I use to dream about being happy and living life on my own terms. The universe has ways of making things happen, sometimes it’s

money | Longevity LIVE

Our relationship with money fascinates me. I have come to understand that our relationship with our finances reflects the relationship we have with ourselves. We don’t only use wealth for financial purposes – we express ourselves through it; we use it to communicate. Money says anything we want it to: it articulates our desires,

labyrinth | Longevity LIVE

“The point of a maze is to find its centre. The point of a labyrinth is to find your centre” This year marks the 10th annual World Labyrinth Day on 5 May 2018. People all over the world in over 20 countries will globally “Walk as One at One”. Thus a

failure | Longevity LIVE

Failure is inevitable in life. By learning to focus on valuing who you are, not what you do, you can let go of negativity and approach yourself in a more positive way. Failure is a common experience that affects all age groups, from childhood though to old age. The rise

ECT | Longevity LIVE

Commonly used to treat mental disorders such as severe depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and catatonia (characterized by lack of movement, fast or strange movements, lack of speech, and other symptoms), Electro Convulsive Therapy (ECT) can be an effective and safe procedure. It is practiced worldwide as well as in the

super-mom | Longevity LIVE

Question from an anonymous reader with Super-Mom Syndrome: “I’m a working mother with three children under the age of 12. Although I have a good support structure, I still find myself exhausted most days, and dropping balls – either at home or at work. My career is important to me,

Demartini | Longevity LIVE

Dr John Demartini is a human behavior specialist, educator, international best-selling author and founder of the Demartini Institute. Here he gives his expert advice for a reader on the topic of her imminent marriage and fidelity. An anonymous reader asks: I am about to get married, and although I’m not

health | Longevity LIVE

Annelise de Jager is passionate about effecting positive change in the lives of others. She founded the incredibly successful South African fundraising project, Casual Day, which raised R173 million under her leadership. She has founded and is currently developing Tekkie Tax, a project which has brought together 16 reputable welfare

dementia | Longevity Live

This is my story of my mother’s dementia. My mother, Joyce, was an energetic and creative person living a busy and fulfilling life. She visited the elderly, made costumes for all of my stage productions, was a skillful baker and an exceptional cake decorator. She enjoyed gardening, reading and crosswords.