What happens if I accept the present moment as it is?
The present moment is always a present.
It’s a gift – if we accept it.
It’s always rich if we don’t check out of it.
If we abandon it for the sake of gaining something later, we will lose the “greatest of gains.”
In the final analysis, it all boils down to relinquishing control.
When I let go of my idea of what my future should be like, I start seeing what I have in the present.
The moment I stop needing, I ALREADY have. And more will be given.
How do you accept present reality?
If I accept the present moment as my highest reward, it turns into a celebration – I will find joy in what I am doing right now.
And then, suddenly, my eyes open, and I see more things to celebrate.
A bright star hanging over my window in the silver glow of the full moon.
The great audiobook I am listening to.
An interesting project I am enjoying.
My son saying to me this morning: “Hey, Dad, haven’t seen you for ages.”
Someone on Facebook thanking me for an answer I shared.
The parsley seeds I planted outside that sprouted!
A Harry Potter binge-watch party I am planning to have with my sons next Friday.
There’s more and more to celebrate.
Is there a feeling of abundance in my emotional reality at the moment? If so, I will see it with my physical eyes too. It will become a reality in my visible world.
Is there a feeling of lack and discontent in my emotional reality at the moment? If so, I will see it with my physical eyes too. My visible world will be defined by lack.Continue reading “What Does It Mean to Accept the Present Moment as It Is?”