TAA042- Cultural Evolution Through The Eyes Of An Elder

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Lee Deeply respects the wisdom and perspectives of the elders in our culture. The changes they have seen in their lifetime often provide useful insights about what lies at the heart of many of our current events. In this episode, Lee has the opportunity to speak with 94-year-old elder – Priscilla. They discuss the culture and society as it was and how it has evolved to the characteristics around us today.
Priscilla points to many cultural factors such as:
★ the elimination of Sunday Blue laws,
★ the introduction of factories,
★ World war 2 and the Vietnam War, and
★ the rise of social media as a cultural influence.
She also muses on the many pursuits she has engaged in during her time – piano, painting, Tai-chi. Her ability to speed-read helps her to stay cognitively sharp and up-to-date on current events.

Join Lee in this intriguing conversation with an engaging elder to see where your insights will fall.

“Social Media – It changed everything. Everyone knows everything at the drop of a hat.” – Priscilla

A few of the questions and topics you will learn about  in this episode

  • Life before social media and antibiotics
  • How towns evolved into cities
  • The immigration of factory workers
  • The damage of social media
  • Brief mentions of our current politics
  • Painting as a creative outlet
  • The beauty of Tai-Chi
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TAA041: Can My Feet Support Me As Well As My Hands Have?

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Join Lee as he continues to share his insights and experiences in handling the challenges of aging. In this episode, he shares the difficulties of going blind in one eye. Aging forces us to accept who we are becoming. The question is: How are we dealing with those challenges? Are we sidelined by them, or do we choose to see these as opportunities to learn more about ourselves and the possibilities that our inevitable aging bring? Lee goes into his personal history in facing medical trauma, knowing that the master is not the one who has the best circumstance, but one who makes the best from any circumstance. Lee firmly believes that you cannot have bad without good. They are flip sides of the same coin. As he promised, Lee allows his listeners and Insider’s Club members to follow along with his aging journey as he explores these somber adventures with acute glaucoma and blindness in his right eye.

“The Aging Academy teaches that growing older has a legitimate reason and purpose in our culture, and in all cultures.” – Lee Mowatt

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One of the primary testing tools of  opthalmologists is the Visual Field Test which measures how wide of an area each eye can see when you focus on a central point. It helps create a detailed map of where you can and can’t see in your field of vision. The following links give more information on this testing tool.

After receiving the news that I had suffered significant vision loss in my right eye, and realizing the importance of preserving all the vision I possibly could in my left eye, my doctors told me, in no uncertain terms, that I had to stop being upside down. I wanted to commemorate the accomplishments of the past 15 or so years of doing handstands and headstands around this great country of ours. I offer this video to memorialize the “Hand-Prints” I have left behind as part of my journey before I begin the next part … On my feet.

 

TAA040: Who You WERE vs. Who You ARE – How our thinking changes as we age

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Lee is back, this time to explore how our thoughts evolve with us. More specifically, this episode discusses the human value system and how it typically changes with the years. Human values are the virtues that guide us to take into account the human element when we interact with other human beings. They determine how we feel and treat others on a small and large scale. These values help us to determine what is right or wrong in our lives. Lee has observed that our values (e.g. Achievement, Hedonism, Security, Conformity, Tradition, Power, etc.) changes as we age. He offers 4 introspective questions (See below in the timestamps section) whose answers reveal who you were, as well as whom you have become in relation to your values. He also shares his own answers to these questions to show the changes that have occurred in his thinking over the past 25 years. Listen and join Lee in a powerful tool to help you forgive your past and chart a brighter future.

“But most of us, not all, leave our youthful thinking behind in the same way and for the same reason, we leave speedos and bikinis behind. They just don’t fit our values anymore.” Lee Mowatt


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  • The definition of human values – 7:00
  • The Source of and Purpose of our Human Values – 11:20
  • The 4 F’s of Life – 12:49
  • Why our values change during our lives 14:14
  • The 4 questions at the heart of this exploration – 16:14
  • Question #1 – Which person do you like better – 20:26
  • Question #2 – what means less now than it did before – 26:47
  • Question #3 – What means more than it did before – 31:04
    • Thoughts on Solitude – 32:53
    • Thoughts on happiness vs. contentment – 34:55
    • The development of wisdom – 38:38
    • Thoughts on right vs. wrong – 43:40
  • Question #4 – Advice to my younger self – 44:41

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TAA039: Exploring Medical Marijuana with Dr. Rachna Patel

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Lee’s guest for this episode is Dr. Rachna Patel, whose practice has given her the reputation of being the Medical Marijuana Expert. Together, they bring this controversial topic into the light to answer many common questions (and a few uncommon ones). The conversation is packed with information such as – Medical vs. Recreational; the medical conditions that can be directly addressed with these treatments; who should avoid medical marijuana; Big Pharma’s role, plus much more.

“Cannabis affects both Dopamine and Seratonin levels – Two chemicals that are critical in our emotional well-being. – Dr. Rachna Patel

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  • Recreational vs. Medicinal Cannabis (07:21)
  • Health conditions that respond well to cannabis treatments (20:19)
    • e.g. Insomnia, chronic pain, anxiety, inflammation, etc.
  • Treatment possibilities for Parkinson’s and Cancer (34:29)
  • Those who should avoid medical cannabis (41:01)
  • Big Pharma and cannabis (43:29)

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The topic of Medical Marijuana (MM) has exploded over the past 2 years. Educational resources are plentiful on both sides of this debate. If you are interested in learning more about MM, you can start with the list of resources on this page. But a simple google search will turn up a wealth of reading to keep you busy for days.

Consider the following list as just a door opener for your explorations:

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Thanks for checking out the show-notes page for this episode. Each podcast episode has its own dedicated show-notes page where we give you more details, pointers, and markers to continue your personal exploration into the topic that the podcast delved into.

These show-notes pages are periodically updated to include additional links and resources that I may have stumbled across in my aging journey, or that others have recommended to me. So feel free to revisit this page every month to see what may be new for this episode’s topic.

I am always thrilled to hear from my listeners, so please leave your stories, questions, recommendations, or suggestions below.

Until next time:

Grow Older WIthout Ever Growing Old

IGA037: Aging Differences: Men vs. Women: Who Wins??

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This episode digs into many topics (tangents??) as Lee takes a journey into exploring the different ways men and women age. He goes into detail about why these gender differences may exist and/or what may be causing them. Lee builds a solid case for his ending conclusion that women have to bare a greater burden in how our culture has depicted aging. Along the way to these conclusions, Lee talks about how “Placebos” have been used to influence our thinking, and the trickery of statistics, both of which provide intriguing side notes that contribute to a deeper understanding. This is definitely one for those who may be more intellectually inclined. But even if you find this level of detail boring, there are enough chuckles here to make it worth your while.

“Women have stronger societal pressures to resist and hide the signs of their aging than men do. So it is no wonder men seem to have an easier time dealing with the signs of aging than women.” Lee Mowatt

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • What are Lee’s four F’s of Life?
  • The trickery of Statistic and why stats should never be trusted.
  • What is “Cultural Placebo”?
  • Why learning about gender differences in aging is useful.

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IGA035: End-Of-Life Plans -A Roadmap for Loved-Ones To Carry On

Summary:

When someone passes away, their loved ones most often go on a scavenger hunt to pull together the pieces of the deceased life to form a proper legacy, to resolve all matters of the estate, and to put all affairs at rest and at peace. We have a sense of duty to make the burdens of our passing as easy as can be on those we leave behind. And End-Of-Life (EOL) planning is very important in relieving these kinds of burdens. Lee speaks with Jonathan Braddock, who authored a book on the subject with a catchy title – “Click here when I die”. Jon also runs a website that gives individuals an avenue to create and manage EOL planning. This conversation opens the mind on how we can continue to love our loved ones after our demise.

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • Why there are billions of unclaimed dollars for life insurance policies.
  • What does End-Of-Life Planning mean? What does it do?
  • What is included in End-Of-Life Planning?
  • How to write your own obituary.
  • Where to keep documents that will be needed after you are gone.

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IGA034: Re-creating Senior Living With Technology Innovations

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We now live in a world where technology has become essential in the management of our lives. Despite the negative effects, technology has brought so many new capabilities and benefits. However, we can see pitifully few of these benefits when it comes to Senior living and senior care. Whether we are talking about independent living communities, assisted living facilities, traditional nursing homes, or memory care units, the tools, and solutions that could be used to further the convenience and capability of older citizens have remained essentially untapped. The senior living options show little evidence of the technological advances that surround us in our normal environments. Lee discusses this situation with Lisa Cini who has been working hard for more than 20 years to study how technology improve the lives of our parents and grandparents (and ourselves). Lisa has authored two books on the topic and provides excellent food for thought in this intriguing conversation.

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • The 2 primary reasons people go into senior care facilities
  • How technology can be brought into the senior housing market for significant impact on convenience and care.
  • Several interesting and insightful examples of today’s technology which could improve senior living and senior care facilities.
    • Data mining
    • House sensors
    • Medication assistance
    • health monitoring devices

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IGA033: Inter-Generational Learning – Finding Teachers in Strange Places

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This episode delves into the concepts of Inter-Generational Learning (IGL). Inter-Generational Learning (IGL) is the oldest form of learning dating back to when the old taught the young how to create pictures on cave walls. Lee has recently had two intense experiences showing the immense value of IGL for both young and old. The telling of these experiences provides an educational and entertaining view of how Lee is “mixing it up” with the younger generations and what he (and they) are learning from the interactions. He starts off with his recent trip to Lake Placid, NY, where he meets up with an entirely different culture. The episode finishes with his considerations and ultimate signing up to be a member of a new gym where “kids” are training parkour skills. This episode will have you chuckling a bit, but more importantly, Lee hopes to inspire your own inter-generational experiences.

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This episode explores :

  • What younger people can teach us about getting older.
  • How to learn about getting older from the young.
  • Lee’s personal experiences engaging much younger people in his pursuit to understand life and aging.

Audio File Timestamps:

  • Lake Placid, NY trip descriptions – 6:14
  • Pivotal Parkour descriptions – 24:15
  • Winding Down (Reminders, Announcements) – 34:06

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  • Pictures from Lake Placid, NY Trip (2017) (click picture to enlarge)
  • Pivotal Parkour Website
  • If you are older than 50, you should have learned NOT to do this stuff. Kids are made of rubber. You are NOT.

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IGA032: Introducing the Aging Academy

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The challenges of aging is something most of us are not yet familiar with. But we will all face these challenges. And who will teach us how to see and approach these difficulties (or pleasures) of getting older. This episode introduces “the Aging Academy” where Lee offers to become a “pioneer for aging” by exposing his personal challenges that affect him as the years mount up. Lee, like everyone else, is getting older. Increasing stress, shifting priorities, aching bones, and changing social patterns all have their impact, and Lee wants to share with you, through the Aging Academy, how he is (or is not) dealing with these issues in his life. Lee talks about his anticipation and expectation for the Aging Academy project to be a source of specific information on tackling common problems of aging in our culture.

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What You Will Learn About In This Episode:

  • — The brief history of the “Inner Game of Aging” projects
  • — What is the “Aging Academy” effort and why it is being launched
  • — How the “Aging Academy” information can benefit you as you age.
  • — How to gain access and follow the  “Aging Academy” information

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IGA031: The Cost Of Ageism – Clouding up Beautiful Sunsets

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No matter who we are or what group we belong to, we are all growing older. All of us must prepare in some way to optimize the later years of our life. Rising to the status of a wise old Elder is something we all should aspire to. This is a revered position in many cultures. Cultural ageism takes away this aspiration and robs us of the wisdom that is contained in so many of our elders. This episode sparks our own internal exploration to discover our personal relationship with Ageism. Learning the many faces of ageism can save our older years from falling into its trap.

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  • What is ageism
  • Where does ageism come from
  • Why we need to address this problem
  • How we might tackle this problem in ourselves and in our culture

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  • Research Articles
    • http://www.livescience.com/34825-older-adults-happiness-negative-emotions.html,
    • http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/10/scientific-proof-that-the_n_5110179.htm,
    • http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/story?id=4688191
    • http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12150226
    • http://www.stat.columbia.edu/~gelman/research/unpublished/cohort_voting_20140605.pdf
    • http://www.people-press.org/2014/06/26/the-political-typology-beyond-red-vs-blue/
    • http://richardleider.com/inner-kill-the-art-of-dying-without-knowing-it/
    • http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/21/new-old-age_n_5365199.html

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