Present, Grounded and Balanced

During these interesting times, I find it increasingly important to be Present. Practicing mindfulness and being in the moment is always a great morning exercise to ensure you are ready to set your intentions for the day. Echkart Tolle suggests that you practice being present by becoming aware of your body and its responses or feelings. This means you can’t be in the “past”, thinking about past events or responses you could have, should have or would have, because then you aren’t aware and can’t be fully present. You also can’t be worrying about the future, financial worries, or what you will be “doing” because once again, you cannot be present and fully aware. Continue reading