The moment of now in a different light, lite.

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“In this moment, right now” rang hollow for me. It is sort of abstract, a general concept. My mind was not motivated to change.

 

Remember the mind reacts best to specific, immediate, concrete and simple ideas!

 

 

Observing my senses, paints a specific landscape for me.   I understand the moment of now, when it describes what my eyes see, my ears hear, my skin feels, my nose smells and my mouth tastes.

 

 

Our senses only know this moment, thought is the vehicle that transports us into the past and future.

 

 

Another sense emerges as a force when we learn to observe our senses, intuition.   Intuition is a tremendous present moment skill.

 

 

A unique guide  or a connection to our true self  or maybe our Authentic Self?

 

 

Practice seeing everything before your eyes without adding a story, any story.

 

 

Life will transform if only for brief moments.

 

 

Every journey starts with a first step.

 

 

Observing the senses is an accumulative practice.

 

 

So practice, practice, practice, observe, then rest.
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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Laurie on January 6, 2018 at 6:29 pm

    This sounds so easy however it takes a lot of serious practice

  2. Anything new is awkward, unfamiliar and uncomfortable.

    Our ego wants to be good or an expert right away.

    Our habitual patterns of today’s connectivity makes being empty of thought or spending time in the now difficult.

    When the mind accepts being present as habit, it becomes much easier.

    Takes practice practice practice

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