Live in the moment

Right now is the only time we ever really have, and most of us take so much of it for granted.

It’s easy to lose yourself in tomorrow’s responsibilities or in yesterday’s mistakes, but when we do we lose the bridge that connect us to life—this moment happening right now.

No matter where you are or what you’re doing, you can always take a second, feel the air entering and exiting your body after a long breath, and just try to be there without any need to do something.

We can’t reasonably live our entire lives like this, but to keep this in mind and use this simple exercise can help you clear the noise in your head and gain some clarity on what’s important and what you should be spending your time on.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed, I promise you’ll feel a bit better

 

                                                                                                                               Rich Guaman