Blog Posts - Being In The Present Moment



Peaceful Thoughts

By Marvin Luzum Speaking for myself I find that being in a state where my mind is at peace is oftentimes very elusive. I can’t help it that I am human and being that, I respond to the internal pressures, some innate, but most learned, that I mu...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 21, 2011

The present moment

By Rebecca Traver “The present moment and what has been created in the universe has everything in it that you need: everything you need to learn, everything you need to see, everything you actually need to do, which may be nothing at all. Even...

Conditionally Powerful

By Rebecca Traver “The conditions in the world do not take away your freedom. You may give conditions in the world power over your happiness by fearing them, but they do not have any power you do not offer up to them. Prudence is one thing; cat...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 21, 2011

If you’re just a little twisted, …

By Janice Hylton Life, that is. I mean, really, you can’t make this stuff up. Lately, I’ve been thinking about a story a friend told me. She is a health worker in the Caribbean. A while back, while visiting a poor island nation, she was...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Sep 22, 2010

Navigating the Journey Into Authenticity

By Rebecca Traver Like many of you, I’ve been putting a lot of time and attention into working on cultivating emotional awareness and on my fears & issues. I recently came across this teaching from Spotted Eagle and thought it could be use...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Sep 17, 2010

The Perfection Of What Is

By Janice Hylton A compassionate body/breath practitioner said to me today that she felt the common definition of “perfection” was very constrained. I had been a recipient of her work as we shared some observations and questions about the...

It’s called the Slip’n’Slide

By Colleen McCarthy-Evans An Rx for all you Mermaids and Would-be Mermaids When that old fear grabs hold Of your heart and your joints Here’s the prescription you need And it won’t hurt a bit You’ll slip out of your fears And slide back into ea...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jul 28, 2010

It Takes Time

By Meg Coyle Irsay Like all relationships it takes time to build, and it takes time to dismantle resentment. It takes time to learn just how denial works and it takes time to learn to correct it. It takes what It takes to learn how to learn to see th...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 29, 2010

What Is Fear?

By Jennie Marlow Question: Help me with the word fear. For me, the word has come to mean awe. Or a verb, an arrow pointing me to the unknown, a place of resistance sometimes, and a trusting that an opening will occur. Fear is a painful emotion caused...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 23, 2010

Letting Go After a Loss

By Jennie Marlow Question: I’m having a hard time getting over a break-up. She’s moving on and I’m still hurting over it. I gave my power away in this relationship big time. It’s a pattern I have had with previous relationship...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 18, 2010

The Perfection of What Is

By Janice Hylton A compassionate body/breath practitioner said to me today that she felt the common definition of “perfection” was very constrained. I had been a recipient of her work as we shared some observations and questions about the...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 21, 2010

Being

By Jennie Marlow Relax into your being? What’s that? As a work-a-holic doer, I must admit that being is something I tend to view the way I might an arcane subject like the derivatives market or string theory. It seems such a basic thing, to rest, r...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 20, 2010

The Supra Bowl

By Jennie Marlow No, I didn’t misspell it. And yes, it’s a very big game that largely goes unnoticed because it happens, not in a coliseum, but in the field of consciousness, within the arena of living the transformative life. It is surely human...

Relieving Stress with Authenticity

By Jennie Marlow “I know it’s a big, DUH!” said my friend. “There is almost no pain when I am being authentic to my own needs and feelings.” It was so well-put, I felt compelled to share it with a little commentary on why this is vital to l...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 31, 2010


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