Living in the Moment: Donít dwell on the past or worry about the future. Simply BE in the present with mindfulness meditations by Anna Black
3 Osho Quotes on Living in the Moment from FAME, FORTUNE, and AMBITION - Quotes from Books
These Books on Mindfulness Will Help You Practice Being Present
Practicing mindfulness means living in the moment ó here and now ó and being aware of your feelings, body, surroundings, and experiences. It can help you decompress, reflect, or clear your mind. Some activities used to help people achieve mindfulness are meditation, yoga, tai chi, and qigong. Mindfulness can be an especially valuable technique in our fast-paced society, in which many people deal with stress, anxiety, and depression. Mindfulness is all about slowing down, being aware of your feelings and thought process, and really being present in the moment.
While their origins lie in ancient teachings and practices from Taoist China and Buddhist India, it seems that more and more people are becoming interested in the concept of living in the present momentóa tall order in this fast-paced and technology-driven world. If mindfulness seems like an intimidating or unfamiliar idea, the best place to start your journey to peace and happiness is with a book. A quick scan of Amazon will present you with hundreds of pieces of literature on the subject, from how-to guides to academic texts. We sifted through the myriad literature on the topic to find the very best reads, written by profound teachers and practitioners for beginners to pros and everyone in between. If you're ready to embark on a mission to find your zen, crack open one of these books on mindfulness.
Books can help us relax, recharge, and enjoy the smaller moments in life. Wired in more ways than one, the thought of disconnecting strikes fear in the hearts of most. We are addicted to speed ó online, in life, and even in our dreams.
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The more that you learn, the more places you'll go" - Dr. I was in disbelief. It's like saying you don't want to be healthy, so you don't exercise. Or that you don't want to impact the world, so you have no goals or vision. If people read with a passion like the most wise and successful people I know, do, our society, on average, would be far more than it is today. If people read books, they'd accept who they are and live to their best, instead of projecting their shadows onto others. And we wouldn't be living in a world where hating our jobs is okay, where unhealthy relationships are acceptable, and where goal-setting and having a vision only happens on the first of the year.