Live in this moment, as if right now is all there really is, no yesterday, and no tomorrow. Living fully present is completely surrendering to the now, and not just to use this moment as a means to an end.
It comes as a relief to me that I don't have to have all of the answers to the worlds problems, or try and control the outcomes of things, how people act or feel in anyway. Judging what we are doing, how we are doing, where we are and where we are heading is quite frankly exhausting.
Simply by dropping the agenda comes as a welcome tactic to completely focus on showing up In the here and now.
After all isn't life just a series of events that string together and end up forming the beautiful, magical and totally unscripted version of yourself? Why do we feel we need to intercept this plan, figure it out and make it mean something bigger?
Release the idea of right now as being only a point in a linear line from past to future, and begin to use your presence to trust that this moment in your life is enough for now and to ultimately take you into the future the best way you can.
Feeling the need to control situations and other people is extremely stressful. It is frustrating, and pointless, since we have absolutely no control over what others feel or think. That is a reflection of them, not us.
Letting go of the control factor in our lives is freeing and the best thing we can do for ourselves, and for those around us.
Taking the best of who we are, what we do, where we are doing it and why life has placed you here is a pretty good bet that you will have enough to offer up yourself a great life.
In Peace and Health,