Has the Age of Aquarius dawned and passed?
Is the New Age still about hippies and drugs?
Not any more.
I was there when it dawned in the ’60s and ’70s.
And the New Age of Aquarius still has over 2,000 to go.
So we’re still living at the dawning of a new age.
I want to update everything I know and everything I’ve learned about that astrological revolution.
It’s my first post in new ideas, and old ideas updated, in New Age thinking.
My New Age thinking.
I was a child of the New Age, the Age of Aquarius, going back 60 years.
And we got some of it wrong.
Now in 2022 I want to get it right.
Or more right.
Let’s start with doing something about our age.
CAN WE SLOW DOWN GROWING OLD AND STAYING HEALTHY?
It’s called ‘entropy’.
What is entropy?
Entropy explains the rise and fall of everything.
From The Roman Empire to you and me.
If you like, it’s a Law of the Universe.
It’s the Second Law of Thermodynamics in physics.
Everything rises and falls, ashes to ashes, have you noticed.
But does it need to?
How does it steal our age?
It’s my first updated revised down-to-earth ‘New Age’ concept.
WHY DOES EVERYTHING NEED TO RISE AND FALL?
Why does everything that has been created need to fall into disarray?
Including you and me.
That’s a good question.
And the answer is: entropy.
“Entropy is a scientific concept as well as a measurable physical property that is most commonly associated with a state of disorder, randomness, or uncertainty.” (Wikipedia)
Rise and fall, ashes to ashes, ageing.
It’s a physical thing.
But then, there’s another quality that isn’t subject to entropy.
The mind only ages when our physical self tells it that we age.
The legacy of the Roman Empire is surely mind stuff, its art, its thought, its spirit.
Its ruins are only the physical part.
Its soul remains.
MAYBE THAT’S THE SECRET OF LONGEVITY.
For our mind to tell our body not to age.
Not the other way around.
Let’s stop believing that we grow old when our mind is forever young.
Have your mind tell your body it’s not old.
Instead of our body telling us, you’re old.
KEEP THINKING YOUNG.