Mindfulness Living in the Moment

Life unfolds in the present. But so often, we let the present slip away, allowing time to rush past unobserved and unseized, and squandering the precious seconds of our lives as we worry about the future and ruminate about what’s past. 

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“We’re living in a world that contributes in a major way to mental fragmentation, disintegration, distraction, decoherence,” says Buddhist scholar B. Alan Wallace. 

Mindfulness Living in the Moment

We’re always doing something, and we allow little time to practice stillness and calm.

When we’re at work, we fantasize about being on vacation; on vacation, we worry about the work piling up on our desks. We dwell on intrusive memories of the past or fret about what may or may not happen in the future

We don’t appreciate the living present because our “monkey minds,” as Buddhists call them, vault from thought to thought like monkeys swinging from tree to tree.

1 comment:

  1. Sitting in traffic, on a train with earbuds, waiting in line, collecting our stuff at the end of the day. There is a way to spark wonder and gratitude when you are in this rut. There is a way to re-ignite that playful curiosity of newness – and it begins with choosing to see things differently.