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Living in this moment means being happy without any reason, because you are choosing to go inward instead of pointing out all the external flaws of yourself and others. READ MORE FROM DAINA LYNN > The Fine Art of Ending the Justification Game > How to Use Pain and Discomfort to Your Advantage. The Fine Art of Living in This Moment This whole “life” thing is rather interesting. From the people we meet, to when we meet them, to the things we lose and when we lose them life is anything but predictable. I have had my share of love, and I have lost a lot of things and people I had hoped I’d never lose.

Description. Introducing. The Art Of Living In The Moment. A lot of people think that they are in full control of their lives. They think that as long as they’re making the right amount of money, live in the right part of town or otherwise enjoy the right kind of lifestyle that they are doing pretty well. Eventbrite Heal Mantras presents The Art Of Living In The Moment Saturday, June 27, 2020 | Saturday, June 26, 2021 Find event and ticket information.

You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. -Henry David Thoreau. The Art Of Living In The Moment FE Sales Video Most people have forgotten the present moment. Living a life of confidence and competence thanks to the power of integrity takes time, focus and energy.

What matters is you are willing to tap the power of the eternal now and the eternal present to remake your reality. Living in the present seems obvious, and though it should be, it’s actually the exception. Why? Because truly being present is more than physically being in a certain place; it implies being connected with our essence, which is beautiful and undisturbed.Unfortunately, that inner peace is perturbed, sometimes violently, by our thoughts and emotions, which take us away from the present moment. The Art of Living in the Moment.

Ever feel like the coronavirus has put you in an alternate reality? Sometimes I feel like I’m living in the Twilight Zone. It’s natural to want to get back to our “original reality” and trade-in the new normal for the old. Sri Sri has brought yoga, meditation and practical wisdom to millions of people in over 150 countries. “Whenever you are in love and feel joyous, your mind is in the present. That is when you achieve yoga.

The art of living lies in being in the present moment.”. Happiness is an art When you have learnt to enjoy life, you learn the art of living.. See more ideas about Art of living, Life, In this moment.

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In this vision there is only the simple harmony of everyday being, beautifully captured by Andre´ Gide when he described how in his still-life paintings Jean-Baptiste-Sime´on Chardin depicted ‘‘la vie silencieuse des objets’’—the silent life of objects.

“Philosophers without Gods: Meditations on Atheism and the Secular Life” by Louise M. Antony
from Philosophers without Gods: Meditations on Atheism and the Secular Life
by Louise M. Antony
Oxford University Press, 2007

It is this chain of life, of objects made by artists, that I believe to be the artist’s confidante and consolation within the quiet isolation that is the space created by art’s incongruity to life; we live always with the absence of an immediate and easily available resolution of that incongruity.

“Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists' Writings” by Kristine Stiles, Peter Selz, Selz
from Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings
by Kristine Stiles, Peter Selz, Selz
University of California Press, 1996

The present is always going to seem unsatisfying because life itself is unsatisfying—that’s why Gauguin goes back and forth between Paris and Tahiti, searching.1

“The Clock Mirage: Our Myth of Measured Time” by Joseph Mazur
from The Clock Mirage: Our Myth of Measured Time
by Joseph Mazur
Yale University Press, 2020

Yet in these ordinary moments of life, the imagination is going about its business: measuring different futures, cooking up semiconscious fantasies, stoking the fires of anticipation, longing for different goods, homes, and lives, savoring the pleasures of fantasy.

“On Paradise Drive: How We Live Now (And Always Have) in the Future Tense” by David Brooks
from On Paradise Drive: How We Live Now (And Always Have) in the Future Tense
by David Brooks
Simon & Schuster, 2004

More philosophical explorations of happiness, consolation, and the good life are undertaken by Alain de Botton in The consolations of philosophy (London: Hamish Hamilton 2000) and Status anxiety (London: Hamish Hamilton 2004).

“Happiness: The Science Behind Your Smile” by Daniel Nettle
from Happiness: The Science Behind Your Smile
by Daniel Nettle
OUP Oxford, 2005

As Calvino describes, even the most monotonous life feels the force of the future.

“Hope in a Secular Age: Deconstruction, Negative Theology and the Future of Faith” by David Newheiser
from Hope in a Secular Age: Deconstruction, Negative Theology and the Future of Faith
by David Newheiser
Cambridge University Press, 2019

Yes, Art, living on the same street as Life but in a different room; Art, which offers relief from life without actually relieving one of living, and which is as monotonous as life itself but in a different way.

“The Book of Disquiet” by Fernando Pessoa, William Boyd, Margaret Jull Costa
from The Book of Disquiet
by Fernando Pessoa, William Boyd, Margaret Jull Costa
Profile, 2010

This is that consolation des arts which is the key­note of Gautier’s poetry, the secret of modern life foreshadowed—as indeed what in our century is not?—by Goethe.

“The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde: Novel, Short Stories, Poetry, Essays and Plays” by Oscar Wilde, General Press
from The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde: Novel, Short Stories, Poetry, Essays and Plays
by Oscar Wilde, General Press
General Press, 2016

As a spiritual venture it reaches beyond irony to celebrate the gift of human creativity—”This perfect moment of bafflement” to which the artist, the poet, dedicates a life: “Our days all pass waiting its return.”

“The Robert Frost Encyclopedia” by Nancy Lewis Tuten, John Zubizarreta
from The Robert Frost Encyclopedia
by Nancy Lewis Tuten, John Zubizarreta
Greenwood Press, 2001

But the nostalgia and the yearning have not gone away, and the hope of blissful reunion, now relegated to the unconscious, is therefore projected onto some future point in this life, when the “right” partner arrives, or the “right” job manifests, or when everything somehow magically becomes “all right.”

“The Astrological Neptune and the Quest for Redemption” by Liz Greene
from The Astrological Neptune and the Quest for Redemption
by Liz Greene
Red Wheel Weiser, 2000

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  • “At its heart, the idea of being authentic means figuring out who you are, accepting yourself, and being true to yourself”
    -Arin Murphy-Hiscock

    For me, I love the simple things and moments when I can work with nature. That’s where I find authenticity in my life and where I go to spend my time when I free from other responsibilities

  • hey, i just wanted to say that i really appreciate your videos. this one in particular has truly reignited my old love of scratching (using exacto sets to create patterns in scratchboard). it’s almost like paper cutting! when i saw you doing your paper cutting, i realized how much i missed doing my etches, and now, for less than $20 on amazon alongside your inspiration in mind, i am rekindling myself and my enthusiasm for the small things in life and taking the time to do the things i love.

    i live in tennessee and have only just recently refound wicca for my path. i had delved into it a bit as a young teen but……well we live in the bible belt, $#!+ happened that forced me to drop it. thank you soooo so much for doing what you do, for being such a wonderful influence for the new on their paths, you are a light in this world. i don’t know if this is a thing, but i definitely believe your “totem plant/tree”(?) is the willow tree. if you desire to teach and guide, girl, your spirit was meant for it and i along with most everyone else here is here for it. whenever you are feeling lost, please think of this and us, and i hope we help guide you back in turn, just as you do for us.

  • Everyone in the comments talking about “I think this is how we’re meant to live” are making me cry�� I thought I was weird for wanting just the simple things in life. Watching this video soothes my mind so much I’m literally so relaxed right now. I hate all the college pressure on me and the way I’m “supposed” to live out the rest of my life according to my family and societal expectations! I just want nature, food and good vibes like these.. also her outfit caught my attention so simple yet so beautiful ����

  • you should go vegan, think it really suits your lifestyle <3 the egg and dairy industy isn't as animal and nature friendly as they want you to think it is...

  • I am one with your intention in my own little part of the world. THANK YOU for braving social media and bringing this peaceful perspective on an authentic life. Wish i found you a lot sooner! Huge hugs and kisses to the wind from NE Washington.

  • Oh how ive missed you sister! Thank you for your blessed being, beautiful wisdom and gentle precious heart. May God be with you.

  • Earlier I was too anxious
    Now I am too depressed not knowing for what is the purpose of my I
    Know I just need to live in present than I will find out the puspose

  • im gonna dieugh i want to so BAD live like a cottagecore aesthetic and surrounded by nature and maybe a little river or a stream near my house and just life in a simple way �� ugh my heart i don’t know how to put in words my sudden attraction to cottagecore

  • because one can only live in the moment, the last conscious moment is determinative to conclude what life is…..all the last moments of other people I’ve witnessed where full of suffer and grief, therefore life is suffering and grief……

  • Yeah its pretty crazy how you’d think most girls would love this lifestyle but according to my ex she didn’t seem to like the idea of being liberated and free in nature, so I’m just soloing life now, good luck with yours. Really sweet vid.

  • Its indeed A.R.T.
    That little blessing enabling who ever you are, to put up that smile upon lips of million A.U.T.H.E.N.T.I.C admirers.

  • Dream of Life… ich wünschte das könnte ich mir auch leisten… weg von der Gesellschaft, nur für uns sein, kleines Mimihäuschen und viel Natur und im Einklang leben…

  • What a beautiful video. This resonates with me deeply. To infuse our energy into every moment of life. That is the beauty! Your energy comes through so clearly; powerful, clear, loving. I’m excited to see what’s next in your journey

  • Happiness is only one emotion. It’s impossible to be happy all the time and you’re WRONG and MISGUIDED thinking you should be. I’m tired of gurus promising ‘how to be happy’ and making money out of the sheep that pay them. I’m happy now that I don’t have to listen to this!

  • I cried middle in the video,it feels unexpressable,how in different parts of world people exist,which share same,but same,wishes and feelings as you do, thank you <3

  • You can’t truly live in the present if you don’t know the truth of life. This is a simple truth that you can check for yourself.

    It all begins with the truth. The truth is key. To know it, Google: TruthContest

  • Wild Flowers are beautiful when they are in the woods, if you pick one or two for your hair, it’s amazing but why are you plucked so many flowers for creating Mandala art? The patels will be dry after one day, Better they will dry in the woods

  • this really grounded me. i feel like I’ve been so caught up in the ways of life that I always forget to slow down sometimes. even if I only do a few things throughout the day, i should go about them in a passionate and kind manner. thank you:)

  • To everyone here thinking we should all pick flowers and wander in forests for a living: who is going to provide you with medical treatment when in need? You are all delusional. When people start dying because everyone is living this lifestyle, you would quickly change your mind. Sure, it might be pretty to look at as an escape from everyday life. But when you say that we all should live like this and every problem on earth will be solved, you come from a place of absolute privilege.

  • Wow, you’re so inspiring!
    This shows how beautiful it is to live simple life with nature ♡
    I really do hope that when I get older I will find enough time for nature and things that I love to do. ♡

  • Thank you for being courageous and generous enough to share such a personal glimpse into your life and the sort of moments that bring you peace and happiness. I imagine it took work to film and edit it and pick the music and hopefully that was fun too. It’s a great reminder to allow time for our intentional hobbies, to connect with nature, use our hands and brains, and let meals be special. I’ve also found a lot of peace through cooking, projects, nature, beautifying, and slow, detailed projects. Just today I loved making an overnight chia oats with fruit and a sweet potato avocado pepper herbed tofu scramble. And gently waded with my little disabled dog in the river. Mundane stuff like dishes and taking the trash and recycling out can feel so good. There’s something very primal and universal and survival-based about things like gathering, cooking, making, caretaking, caregiving, beautifying, being outside. It’s like the opposite energy of dying. Recently I worked as a caregiver and it reminded me many people can’t do all those things so all the more reason to be grateful when we can.

  • There is peace and spiritual happiness in solitude. Find time to work on your inner self. Follow your dreams and your path even if the world disapproves. Always choose to be happy, you always have a choice. ❤️

  • This is the American Liziqi. This is my everyday. Loving that others can appreciate the beauty in their own environment and flourish in the expression of it. ❤
    Check out Liziqi on YouTube also. She’s divine.

  • I’m taking whatever steps I can to eventually live this life. We can never get there if we don’t act. I’d love to hear how everyone is working towards their more authentic life-maybe we can learn from each other! ⚘����������

  • Hello dear, as your Video started I found a new way for healing and to help clients to transform there problems/issues. Your way of life is mine too. I feel home by seeing where you live. Feel loved and seen you angle ♥.

  • You can eat those flowers? Didn’t know that. It’s nice that she can live that way. Love the soothing voice. I think living like that calms you down.

  • I wish I could live authentically and happy and raise 4 kids at one time… until then, inspirational youtube videos will serve as my help.

  • When I win the lottery I can afford to live in peace and contentment like this. Otherwise who would raise my 4 children through to university if I don’t work a 12 hour shift a day all week

  • “What is real are feelings and feeling attain a nexus only in the moment. Only in the moment. So, you know.. explore the edges, keep your logical razors sharp, trust nothing that you haven’t verified for yourself and my faith is that the universe will take you in and share with you its meaning and its intent and its conclusion.”

  • “The final act of liberation will be an act of understanding.” Terence

    this “scales” upwards perfectly to Gil Scot Heron’s reasoning behind the phrase “the revolution will not be televised” ->

    it’s an acoustic, musical “attunement” metaphor.

  • “Belief is toxic, all belief, do not believe in anything… live in the presence of the felt fact of immediate experience. Everything beyond that is conjecture…”

  • Cult of Curiosity! ��

    Anybody here whos listening everyday:

    Also: Jordan Peterson
    Alan Watts
    U.G. Krishnamurti

    And learning and going into own big dreams and working for it??? ������

  • When I hear Terence speak, I see that I have a profound missunderstanding of the universe! The more I learn, the more I come to realize that I do not know. Those who don’t understand, don’t understand that they don’t understand. (<-see it’s even clumsy to try to describe it with language, )

  • “The reason for looking at all these things, for looking at the hallucinogens, and the alchemy, and the mythology and all this, is because these are the materials present at hand for an assault on the citadel of true being.”