Sage-ing While Age-ing

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    IGNOU M.Com Study Material, IGNOU Books, Free Download she has experienced so far Surrounded by books, pictures, and the artifacts of a life well lived, Shirley is able to recognize the profound power of synchronicity at work around her, discovering the invisible threads that stitch together the seemingly random events of her days, adding meaning even to the mundane Having grown older, she is increasingly concerned with the potential pitfalls of modern medicine She shares personal insights into nutrition, acupuncture, homeopathy, and alternative medicine Practical and bracing, here is advice for anyone looking to expand his or her understanding of health and well being Moving beyond the physical, Shirley explores what has always interested her most those things that are unseen What is consciousness What is the purpose of our lives Are we alone in the universe And perhaps the greatest mystery of all, what happens to us after death Filled with her trademark wit and candor, this is a fascinating, inspiring book that will delight and captivateShirley s legions of fans and fellow travelers everywhere."/>
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About the Author: Shirley MacLaine

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10 thoughts on “Sage-ing While Age-ing

  1. Wendy says:

    I love Shirley Maclaine I think she s delightfully outrageous, a real individual, and a phenomenal actress ever see Turning Point I have always found her books to be entertaining But this one is different.As I mature I can really appreciate a good ramble I enjoy a glimpse into the workings of the mind, the skips and jumps they make in their thought process, the associations That s why I enjoyed this book It s a bit of a soap box rant on extraterrestrials So if you re not interested i I love Shirley Maclaine I think she s delightfully outrageous, a real individual, and a phenomenal actress ever see Turning Point I have always found her books to be entertaining But this one is different.As I mature I can really appreciate a good ramble I enjoy a glimpse into the workings of the mind, the skips and jumps they make in their thought process, the associations That s why I enjoyed this book It s a bit of a soap box rant on extraterrestrials So if you re not interested in that subject but, geez, life on other planets who wouldn t be you won t like this book It s not the adventure that Camino was It s not a tale it s a reflection My guess is that young readers will find it a bit confusing, while those of us who are beginning to reflect on our lives, our passions, and our unanswered questions will find it intriguing

  2. Dave says:

    Putting this on my religion shelf might seem odd, but MacLaine has amassed and, at least partially, documented a huge quantity of facts about alien visitors to the earth and how these visitors and their visits and activities correspond to events and stories in the bible, as well as the mythology of other non christian cultures She builds a very plausible case for our religions and cultures having been strongly influenced by aliens.

  3. Iona Stewart says:

    Shirley Maclaine wrote this book while in the midst of moving into a new residence overlooking Santa Fe in New Mexico, and reverts to the theme of settling into the house at the start of each chapter This acts as her grounding so to speak, although the house is perched high in the mountains.She covers many topics in the book her life and famous friends, advice for healthy living, her past life in Atlantis, UFO sightings and information, philosophical and spiritual reflections on the origins o Shirley Maclaine wrote this book while in the midst of moving into a new residence overlooking Santa Fe in New Mexico, and reverts to the theme of settling into the house at the start of each chapter This acts as her grounding so to speak, although the house is perched high in the mountains.She covers many topics in the book her life and famous friends, advice for healthy living, her past life in Atlantis, UFO sightings and information, philosophical and spiritual reflections on the origins of life and historical evidence of visitors from the skies, the so called star people, dating rom past ages These star people were called gods due to their being greatlyadvanced than the earth dwellers, and it turns out that the Old Testament God Jehovah , may actually not have been a god but a star person Jehovah was a jealous, vengeful god, unlike the loving God that dwells within us all referred to by Jesus in the New Testament The first chapters are extremely readable, while the chapter on UFOs, which is packed with information, is somewhat long winded There is however no doubt about the veracity of this information The author is seemingly friends with all the top people in the world, including former presidents and other heads of state, and even the physicist Stephen Hawking She has thus had access to otherwise secret or withheld information.As indicated in the title, the author seems to get wiser and wiser as she ages This is not surprising, since she is continuously seeking information and asking questions, as well as pursuing her spiritual development.Moreover she never hesitates to say what she thinks or believes in, no matter what this is This is one of her most admirable qualities.She concludes the book by drawing our attention to the approaching final year of transformation, the end of a cycle of 25,000 years, including other cycles, according to the Mayan calender This year is 2012, when our new consciousness will be born.I strongly recommend this fascinating book to all those seeking the truth

  4. Rick Ludwig says:

    I think Shirley MacLaine is a fascinating individual and a very good writer, especially when she is describing personal experiences In this one, unfortunately she spent most of the book talking about the experiences of others that she feels support her far from mainstream beliefs I love her openness to new ways of thinking and viewing the world and always respect her honesty But she is far less compelling when she is trying to support her perceptions of life with references to what she percei I think Shirley MacLaine is a fascinating individual and a very good writer, especially when she is describing personal experiences In this one, unfortunately she spent most of the book talking about the experiences of others that she feels support her far from mainstream beliefs I love her openness to new ways of thinking and viewing the world and always respect her honesty But she is far less compelling when she is trying to support her perceptions of life with references to what she perceives other people to believe I miss the Shirley of her first three books That Shirley described, vividly, her own fascinating experiences and allowed you to take them or leave them, without feeling a need to provide supporting references I love Shirley the open minded observer and seeker I am less taken with the pseudo scholar, who s supporting evidence causes me to question what I was willing to accept as a first hand account.Like the earlier Shirley, I am willing to keep an open mind about things beyond my understanding and enjoy learning where other people s experiences have led them So I will continue to read books that challenge mainstream thought processes as well as those that challenge alternative thought processes

  5. Lucy says:

    My Age ing Father gave me this book over a year ago where it sat on my shelf, un read and avoided Finally I reluctantly decided to read it after all, some of his questionable recommendations in the past have been better than initially anticipated However this book was not in that category I forced myself through the first few painful chapters before finally deciding to have mercy on myself and quit Maclaine writes in a disordered fashion, skipping from one unrelated topic to the next, leavin My Age ing Father gave me this book over a year ago where it sat on my shelf, un read and avoided Finally I reluctantly decided to read it after all, some of his questionable recommendations in the past have been better than initially anticipated However this book was not in that category I forced myself through the first few painful chapters before finally deciding to have mercy on myself and quit Maclaine writes in a disordered fashion, skipping from one unrelated topic to the next, leaving you wondering where the topic, or story line is It is as though she sat down and typed every random thought and memory that came into her head and then published the book without revision or editing Her writing lacks grace and depth, and I wouldn t recommend putting yourself through it Sorry Dad

  6. Gloria Stoddart says:

    I am genuinely intrigued with Shirley MacLaine and have read quite a few of her books Sage ing While Age ing had me interested in parts and overwhelmed in other topics I felt that I was able to relate to her concept of synchronicity having felt myself that I have been in a certain situation before it occurred As far as aliens, UFOs and other visitors from outer space I have difficulty accepting these notions It was interesting to hear about the seven chakras because I do believe in the hea I am genuinely intrigued with Shirley MacLaine and have read quite a few of her books Sage ing While Age ing had me interested in parts and overwhelmed in other topics I felt that I was able to relate to her concept of synchronicity having felt myself that I have been in a certain situation before it occurred As far as aliens, UFOs and other visitors from outer space I have difficulty accepting these notions It was interesting to hear about the seven chakras because I do believe in the healing powers within ourselves Overall I did gain some interesting perspectives but there were parts where I felt she was too far out on a limb

  7. Beth says:

    As usual Shirley seems a little out there but her take on things like UFOs and aliens which have interested me since my middle school years, make for fun reading if nothing else She definitely believes in conspiracy theories and government coverups She is completely dismissive of the current media and their mission to only reveal what the government deems the country is ready to accept Sometimes I agree with and sometimes not but it is an entertaining read anyway.

  8. Frankie says:

    Very interesting lady She has lived a FULL life She briefly writes about her life in Hollywood and working with several famous actors The majority of the chapters are about her beliefs in Atlantis, UFOs, reincarnation and the new age that we are headed into She gets a little carried away with names and facts to support her beliefs However, it is a very interesting read and I am looking forward to reading someof her penmanship.

  9. Alice says:

    I love trying to figure this celebrity out by reading her books In spite of everything I think she d be an interesting neighbor At least she s an original.

  10. Sharon says:

    Open minded and unique are her experiences, thought provoking