Spiritual Fitness & The Power of Enlightenment

 In Alzheimer's Care, Alzheimer's Research, General, KK Meditation, Meditation, Stress Management, Yoga for Alzheimer's

What is enlightenment? Spiritually, enlightenment is synonymous with self-realization and living in touch with your true and best self.

This is one of the topics that will be discussed at the 30th Anniversary Alzheimer’s Prevention Conference in Scottsdale on September 30th and October 1st.

If you’re interested in exploring your spiritual side, I urge you to attend.

Our 4th Pillar of Alzheimer’s Prevention, Spiritual Fitness, comprises practices such as regular meditation, religious service attendance, service to others, and the search for the sacred within. Many people are spiritual but not necessarily religious.

The key point is that people who develop Spiritual Fitness have less cognitive decline and better health.

The 7 evolutionary components of Spiritual Fitness are:

1. Patience: You relax and allow the hand of the Universe to work for and through you.
2. Awareness: You develop and maintain the awareness of your connection to the Infinite source of all creation.
3. Compassion: Or living with love is a strength. Self-compassion is critically important.
4. Surrender: To your spirit or soul and living in that space.
5. Service: Choosing to help others without the thought of reward for yourself.
6. Universal love: Where you see the One in all and as The Beatles sang at the end of Abbey Road, “And in the end the love you take is equal to the love
you make.”

7. Peace of Mind: The reward we gain when we live a life dedicated to Spiritual Fitness. Peace of mind is a great blessing.

Many of our speakers at the Conference on September 30th and October 1st will be leading you toward your evolution into Spiritual Fitness and enlightenment. Especially noted best-selling authors, Professor Andrew Newberg, M.D and Dale Atkins, Ph.D.

Discover them all here and make sure you attend ARPF’s 30 Years of Alzheimer’s Prevention Conference.

It will absolutely change your life.

Yours in Brain Health,

Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D.
President / Medical Director

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