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Jeff- Thanks so much for your post. I think you are so right, but I guess this would lead me to my next question. How do I stay in the moment of NOW? How do I let all these thoughts of past and future deteriorate?
Is this something I can do with this idea of gratitude? Can I have my desire to be to move into an eternal conscious state of now? Then learn to appreciate each and every time I feel I am in this moment of Now.
Today I went snowboarding and I have to admit although I do not enjoy myself on the mountain as much as I once did, the feeling of exhaustion I am feeling right now feels really good and that might be enough of a reason to continue.
In any case at one point I did register to myself just to get into the NOW, feel the mountain, feel the breeze, feel everything. Be a witness to my own life in a way. Ok, this moment felt really good (at least in comparison to some others I had) This moment was fleeting however.
I guess the first step is to appreciate this one moment of nowness that I did recognize and feel and I do.
I would certainly, most definitely like to feel a hell of a lot more nowness though. Hey Universe keep the nowness coming!!!!