The concept of ‘living in the now’ or ‘being in the present’ has its roots in Eastern philosophies, but has gained popularity in mainstream western thinking in recent years because of the writings of people such as Eckhart Tolle, Jon Kabat-zinn and many others.
The increasing popularity of the concept – also referred to as ‘mindfulness’ – has quickly promoted its status from an esoteric concept to an abundantly used ‘power-phrase’ in the area of ‘self-help’. Many people are still confused by the concept and don’t fully understand it. So what does ‘living in the now’ actually mean and why and how should introduce it into our lives?
Article as it appeared in Wellness magazine. By Natasha Liviero
Managing moderate amounts of stress is a normal part of daily life. It’s when stress becomes relentless that dangers creep in.
Article as it appeared in the Vrouekeur magazine. By Tanya de Venter (Translated into English)
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