…as we learn to stop and see in a habitual and sustained way, our eyes are opened to the countless treasures that lie right here within our reach, which can fill our hearts with untold joy and deep peace. – Ruben Habito
Is it really true? Does it pay to always be here and now? Our human minds don’t buy this logic. The truth is that the treasure to be found here and now can only be realized when we genuinely learn how to be fully present. Being fully present means that we’re just being, and experiencing what’s going on. It means that we’re not creating thoughts about what’s going on.
And when we do this and get good at it then nothing but a blissful peace is the initial result. More eventually unfolds which includes amazing creativity and an all-encompassing sense of oneness…