Living in the present moment whenever we want is healthy not only for the mind, but also for the body. It recharges our batteries. It brings joy and deep relaxation. It allows us to see a wider perspective on whatever is happening. It helps reduce the grasping at me, me, me. It opens the heart to concern for others. With a little nudge, it even opens doors to understanding that nothing is real as is appears. Everything is relative and changing.
Along with training the mind to be aware in the present moment comes training the mind and heart to be more compassionate. Deconstructing the ego utilizing the Buddhist wisdom leads to humility. “Us and them” […]
When the heat comes we move like a slug. When the long winter nights come we can’t get out of bed. When there is argument around us we feel uncomfortable. When the lights don’t turn […]