12 February 2018 – Surrender to What Is

“Always say ‘yes’ to the present moment… Surrender to what is. Say ‘yes’ to life – and see how life starts suddenly to start working for you rather than against you.”

Eckhart Tolle

Too often we get wrapped up in what was or could be instead of enjoying what is.

We run so fast and work so hard that sometimes we don’t even stop think about the present.

We’re  constantly thinking about what we need to do in order to succeed… what we could’ve done better… where we would be if

Let those thoughts and fears leave your mind if for no longer than at least 5 minutes. Take time to yourself to just feel you in the present moment.

Are you outside? Can you hear the birds chirping? Can you smell the fresh air? Can you feel the warmth of the sunshine?

Are you at home? Can you hear the dishwasher running? Can you smell the fresh cut flowers in the vase on the counter? Can you feel the soft beating of the water from the shower head?

Are you in the car? Can you hear the radio playing your favorite song? Can you smell that new car smell after having your car detailed? Can you feel the car accelerate each time you lower your foot on the pedal?

Are you at the office? Can you hear the footsteps of coworkers running around? Can you smell the freshly made coffee in the kitchen? Can you feel the smooth texture of the desk surface?

Take the next 5 minutes or so to think about yourself, and where you’re at right now in this moment. Don’t let your mind wander to what happened yesterday, or what you need to accomplish in the next hour. Simply stop, take a deep meditative breath, and reflect on this moment.

Surrender to what is so that you can enjoy what will come.

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