Mindfulness: Present Moment Awareness

Living happily in the present moment simply requires one to be gratefully aware that one already has sufficient reason to be happy. In this present moment at least (if not finally) one has no desire for more of anything, the hunger of old has been extinguished. The peaceful waters of a stream or lake can provide an ideal setting to practice mindfulness.

Peaceful waters provide an ideal setting to practice mindfulness

Don't allow the past to spoil the beauty of the present moment  -  https://blog.lifestyleplus.net/happiness/life-lessons.html

Present-Moment Awareness Buffers the Effects of Daily Stress - Mindful
https://www.mindful.org/present-moment-awareness-buffers-effects-daily-stress/
Mar 15, 2017 - New research shows that present-moment awareness, a key feature of mindfulness, increases stress resilience and well-being.

Five Steps to Mindfulness - Mindful
https://www.mindful.org/five-steps-to-mindfulness/
Aug 23, 2010 - You are not there in the present moment, living your life deeply. That is .... 3) Third Mindfulness Exercise: Awareness of Your Body. The third ...


How to Practice the Art of Being Present - Mindful
https://www.mindful.org/practice-art-being-present/
Nov 11, 2016 - Mindfulness is available to us in every moment, not just the special or ... alone to bring our awareness into whatever we're doing in the moment.


Mindfulness: Finding Joy in the Present Moment
https://www.enthusiasticbuddhist.com/mindfulness-finding-joy-in-the-present-moment/
Aug 15, 2013 - One way to experience present moment awareness is to just become aware of what is happening right now. Try this brief mindfulness exercise, ...

 

What is Mindfulness - Present Moment Awareness - Mindfulness at Work
(http://mindfulnessatwork.ie/what-is-mindfulness-present-moment-awareness/)

 https://www.pocketmindfulness.com/live-in-the-present-moment/  ...  How to Escape Being a Victim of Time & Truly Live in the Present Moment

 

Mindfulness: Recognizing awareness ~ Ajahn Sumedho (http://themeditationcircle.com/archives/category/mindfulness)  Ajahn Sumedho is the senior Western representative of the Thai forest tradition of Theravada Buddhism.