Be present and conscious of life as you live it.
Living mindfully means living with moment-to-moment awareness.
Do you ever feel like life is just passing by, and you are waiting for something to happen? Like you are preparing for something later.
But today isn’t preparation for tomorrow.
Today is the main event.
“Smile, breathe and go slowly.”
~ Thich Nhat Hanh, Zen Buddhist monk
Mindfulness allows us to be consciously present in every moment of our lives.
It teaches us to be focused, brave, kind, and grateful.
Let us examine some of the ways in which mindfulness helps you live a more vibrant life.
Gives you the tools to change your life.
Mindfulness gives you the tools that make you more prepared to deal with the stresses that will inevitably come your way.
It will give you the tool that help you overcome the fear of failure and fear of discomfort that’s holding you back, that’s keeping you from making positive changes in your life.
These tools will help you launch your new blog, start a business, write a book, put out your first music album online, find your purpose in life, become the person you’ve always wanted to be.
Accept People & Life As They Are.
When you stop trying to change a loved one, and accepted them for who they are, you are able to just be with them and enjoy your time with them.
This acceptance has the same effect for anything you do — accept a co-worker, a child, a spouse, but also accept a “bad” situation, an unpleasant feeling, an annoying sound.
When we stop trying to fight the way things are, when we accept what is, we are much more at peace.
It allows you to accept discomfort.
The fear of discomfort is huge — it causes people to be stuck in their old bad habits, to not start the business they want to start, to be stuck in a job they don’t really like, because we tend to stick to the known and comfortable rather than try something unknown and uncomfortable.
It’s why many people don’t eat vegetables or exercise, why they eat junk, why they don’t start something new.
But we can be OK with discomfort, with practice. Start with things that are a little uncomfortable, and keep expanding your comfort zone.
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