How Now Ways to Celebrate the Present Moment From the Buddha to Ram Dass sages have extolled the benefits of living in the now But what exactly does that mean and importantly how s it done In How Now Raphael Cushnir demystifies the concept o

  • Title: How Now: 100 Ways to Celebrate the Present Moment
  • Author: Raphael Cushnir Howard Cushnir Pornchai Mittongtare
  • ISBN: 9780811848619
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the Buddha to Ram Dass, sages have extolled the benefits of living in the now But what exactly does that mean and, importantly, how s it done In How Now, Raphael Cushnir demystifies the concept of living in the present moment and offers 100 easy, specific practices designed to bring awareness to our thoughts and actions Readers participate in inspiring, lifeFrom the Buddha to Ram Dass, sages have extolled the benefits of living in the now But what exactly does that mean and, importantly, how s it done In How Now, Raphael Cushnir demystifies the concept of living in the present moment and offers 100 easy, specific practices designed to bring awareness to our thoughts and actions Readers participate in inspiring, life affirming activities, ranging from redefining friendships to forging forgiveness, or even revisiting such simple childhood pleasures as blowing bubbles Evocative color photography lends further inspiration as Cushnir, a popular contributor to O, The Oprah Magazine, offers practical and appealing encouragment for creating a joyful here and now.

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    One thought on “How Now: 100 Ways to Celebrate the Present Moment”

    1. I did not read the book in its entirety but it is fun to thumb through this and look at ideas for being "in the moment". Many of them I feel are obvious, but there is always room for a new thought. For example: spin and crawl are two good ones!

    2. I recently looked thru this book at a local gift shoppe One of those books that's not a necessity, but it's a book I want to own one day.

    3. This book was on the shelf in a cabin in the woods near Yosemite. Every day, I read a page and carried a lesson with me. It was written beautifully.

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