The best way to prepare for the future is to take care of the present.
March Week 4: Being Present - The First Skill
Overview And Objectives
This week we will take a look at being present:
- what does it mean in terms of processing energy
- how does it affect how we use resources
- what does it mean to be open and can we do that as a sensitive person and to what degree?
Being Present And Connecting With Innocence
Being present is a much-touted idea for spiritual reasons but also for others. It is a great way to get out of our heads so that we can listen to what is going on around us. Being present is s doorway to receiving. It is important for developing the ability to co-create. In this video, we discuss ways to enlarge our capacity for presence and innocence.
“Beauty of style and harmony and grace and good rhythm depend on simplicity.”
Presence And Grounding: How Do We Do It?
What Does It Mean To Be Present And Grounded? What Do We Need To Know?
Introduction To Ayurveda
Sensitive people are known for their empathy. It is an important ability that helps relationships but it also helps our problem-solving abilities.
Connecting The Dots
Questions, ideas, and insights to stimulate your thinking and to help integrate this week's information into your life.
If you are co-creating you can only be in the present because that is where all creating takes place.
Co-creating means you are always in your center. When you are centered you allow the past, present, and future to speak to you and you move forward with whatever the next step is for you in your activities.
Co-creating is a great way to avoid the use of force by allowing your agenda to be set by the unfolding of life - by whatever next step needs to be taken.