resting in presence

Living is remarkably simple when we stay in our direct experience of each moment. The mind has said we must get busy – there is something to be done -and then we can be happy. The simple truth is that joy isn’t something we get; it is our natural state of being – and all that is required is to be fully and authenticly present in this moment. Too simple? That’s why it’s easy to miss it. We’ve been taught to strive; to become ; to try. Instead – just notice what is here now and fall into radical trust.

~ Nicole Bennett.


About the heart of silence

Private counseling practice embracing the principles of Non-Duality, The Work of Bryon Katie, and Hakomi Body-Centered Psychotherapy. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
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2 Responses to resting in presence

  1. Dan Mikosz says:

    Beautifully put.

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