Lessons learned about now

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
Being present in the moment is your key to being joyful,
judicious, and just
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Did you know how you feel about now is related to how you
feel about your lessons learned about now?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about now.
Now is time to…

…be you
…get into your body, and out of your head
…pay attention to your breathing

              Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your now.

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