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Category Archives: inspirational wisdom
A great mantra reminding us to put our full attention into the present moment because life is here and life is now.
“Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.”
“Are you so busy getting to the future that the present is reduced to a means of getting there? Stress is caused by being ‘here’ but wanting to be ‘there,’ or being in the present but wanting to be in the future. It’s a split that tears you apart inside. To create and live with such an inner split is insane. The fact that everyone else is doing it doesn’t make it any less insane. If you have to, you can move fast, work fast, or even run, without projecting yourself into the future and without resenting the present. As you move, work, run – do it totally. Enjoy the flow of energy, the high energy of that moment. Now you are no longer stressed, no longer splitting yourself in two. Just moving, running, working – and enjoying it. Or you can drop the whole thing and sit on a park bench. But when you do, watch your mind. It may say ‘You should be working. You are wasting time.’ Observe the mind, smile at it.”
-Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now, pg 84
“Nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected, unplanned by me.”
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“Life’s disappointments may be preparation for something even more significant in our lives. And, this belief has the best chance of coming true when you make a demonstrated commitment to learn and grow from your present day circumstances…Is there something going on in your life right now that may be preparing you for what’s next? Think about it. What if your current challenge is a call to action – the kind of action that will prepare you for the next phase of your life? What are you being invited to learn? What qualities of character are trying to be strengthened or developed? Where do you need to take more responsibility in your life?”
-Selection from Cheryl Richardson‘s Week 39 Newsletter