Past events haunt all of us, and the future weighs heavy. Our "what ifs", "maybes", and "not good enoughs" paralyze us and prevent us from enjoying what we have right in front of us - the beauty of a sunset, accolades for a successful project, the smell of freshly baked bread, or a good friend. We accept our past as who we are, and yet we would all like to break out of that mold and truly enjoy life for what it is.
How to Live in the Present Moment, Version 2.0 will gently guide you through breaking the shackles of your debilitating thought patterns of the past and future and give you the tools to live in the present moment. The methods I describe will lead you through the unknown jungle of self-doubt, and I will show you how you can forgive yourself and those around you so that you can move on to become who you truly are now, not who you were yesterday. I discuss how you can meaningfully plan for your future without getting bogged down in trying to predict what might happen. So take my hand, and let's stroll down the path of self-discovery and celebrate the true and happy new you - the you who has been waiting patiently in the wings to discover how to live in the present moment and thus discover true happiness. It is time to break out of your self-imposed jail sentence to experience freedom of your body and mind using the power of the present moment!
What members say
Am I listening to the right book!?
I had to stop halfway through to make sure I was listening to the correct book. It has nothing to do with living in the moment. if anything he spent the entire first half of the book asking us to consider the past and giving random life advice that I am fairly certain he is not qualified to give.
This book was not organized, not inspirational and not at all on topic with the title it was given.
If you are a fan of Eckhart Tolle you will be even more disappointed by this book.
In the spirit of living in the moment, I am putting this book behind me and I suggest you not waste your time or your audible credit.