LOVE TIP – Sunday June 3rd, 2012 

Hello dear Folks

Here is a real treat of  3 SUPER i-n-s-p-i-r-i-n-g women! All elders! These amazing women have both ‘life in their years‘ as well as ‘years in their life’!

How wonderful it is that there are just soooooooooooo many amazing people inspiring us to be all that we can be!!

What stands out for me so much with these remarkable women is that each one of them is M-O-V-I-N-G….Essential to living life fully….And moving is one of the most important thing to do when we feel stuck…..

Peggy McAlpine at amazing 104-years-old is

The Oldest Female to Paraglide Tandem

She reclaimed the World Record as the World’s Oldest Paraglider title in Cyprus in April. This was her second attempt to claim the title!! For more info read here….. What a De-Light she is…A Living Monument.


My Friend MAIA

Julia Warr, artist and film maker, shot this next film in Fire Island, New York, [4min. 23 sec] and captures Maia Helles, a Russian ballet dancer at 95 who remains independent, healthy and as fit as a forty year old.

Maia exudes a feeling of ease, serenity and beauty….. Says Maia, “My secret for long life is simplicity and work and enjoyment”

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Film by Julia Warr and Music by Lola Perrin


86-year old Johanna Quaas demonstration on FX – “Turnier Der Meister” Cottbus 2012


Wow! Nothing is impossible, thinks I… 🙂 ……..Such remarkable ladies – and having so much fun!!

A really important point I do want to include here is that exercise can be as good as, or better than, antidepressants for treating depression. Many clinical trials show that people with major depression who regularly exercise get better at the same rate as they do with antidepressants. Check out this link. A good topic for another post! But quite simply, if you or someone you care about is depressed start an exercise/movement program…..

Remember to use the wonderful strategy of micro-MOVE-ments…...created by the lovely SARK and start with tiny, tiny little steps….


I thought this was great and couldn’t resist adding it:  Pablo Casals [1876 – 1973], probably the greatest cellist ever, when asked why he continued to practice the cello three hours a day replied [then aged 93], “I’m beginning to notice some improvement…”


I’ve been hunting for and gathering together these videos for a while now and only just found the last one a few days ago. Posting them now seems especially relevant as we were called to return early from our visit to Melbourne on Friday as my brother Malcolm is in the final stages of a two year struggle with cancer and is possibly close to death. Dying and death certainly puts Life into a different perspective!……..

Please shower my brother with LOVE-ing healing energy and blessings and hold an INTENTION for him to experience that which is for his highest good…..I visualize him wrapped in feelings of peacefulness, calm, tranquility and above all LOVE……Thank you in advance for your intentions/prayers and all that you are doing to promote healing.

I offer an invitation for you to do a reckoning of what you have been putting off…….where the life in your years is lacking…. Abe Lincoln’s quote “It’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years!” is very powerful.

Question for you: What have you been putting off that needs your attention now♥ What are you waiting for the future to do♥

MIRRORING TOPIC: Share with someone the impact of the above. MIRROR each other for a minimum of 5 minutes about one thing you are going to start experimenting with to bring more life in your years…..

Happy Sunday!………May you be enjoying ‘the life in your years!’ LOVE, Susie.

truly wonderful♥ ………