Being present in the moment is also called mindfulness. It’s a term that every self-help expert uses these days, sometimes without further explanation.
To be mindful means to be present and stop going into autopilot mode. You were so busy when you flew out the door this morning that you missed that your rose bush has new buds on it.If you can miss a spring rose awakening from a long winter’s nap, then how much more have you let escape your attention.
Mindfulness teaches you to focus on the world around you and to live in the present. Therapists often use this technique in dialectal therapy for those who suffer from severe anxiety as it helps them find grounding.Berkley University describes it as being aware of the things going on around you.Read more on powerofpositivity.com