Look at a cat. Waking up – stretching out – ready for yet another day. A day, in which everyhing is about being in the present and see what happens. Eating – playing – hunting – enjoying life – purring – hissing – being itself on all levels at all time. The funny thing about the cat is that even though it is complete in the present at all times, it is always alert. Ready to react to all dangers and temptations of life.
Look at the little child. Curiously, it wakes up – ready for yet another day. A day, in which everything is about being in the present and see what happens. Trying to cross new borders, playing, enjoying life – being itself on all levels at all time.
When did we let go of the little child, who was capable of being completely in the present? Maybe the now was not always fantastic – but then the next now was great – and and the next – and the next. But we didn’t even think about this at all – because here we were – right here – right now. We didn’t care about what would happen in a moment. That didn’t matter to us at all.
Until when some day it did. We started having expectations to the next now. And when not doing that – we were annoyed about the past.
Allow yourself to spend your Easter holidays on staying in the present like the cat and the child.
Stay in your present – in your now. Feel – how allowing yourself to stay in the present is making a difference on your togetherness with other living beings. And just keep on staying in your NOW!
Have some fantastic Easter holidays – Life is waiting for you!