I always found that being inspired is the best state to be in. Being inspired leads to inspired action and has some kind of magic to it. It seems to go directly to the point. It always seems to be right.
You are able to see things much more clearly. You are getting the right ideas, the right input. And you do good.
The state of being inspired means to be in connection with your spirit, your higher self. It “whispers” you your way.
But how can you not feel the connection to your spirit?
Being in harmony with your goal is a key in personal development. Because goal-setting alone is not enough. What I really mean with being in harmony is that you have to be the kind of person to whom the goals you set out feel naturally. This means that you have to “vibe” with the resulting reality you want. Learn how you can give up your resistance and help yourself to really get what you want.
If we really look at it closely we can see what a strong and liberating message "Carpe Diem" holds: life is now and life will always only be now. The present moment is really all there ever is to experience everything. So it is to us to take this responsibility for ourselves and seize it fully.
Our daily life is full of time. We are surrounded by time from getting up in the morning until checking the alarm clock in the evening. But being fully in the present moment is the key to spiritual awakening, or to say the least, to live a happier and more liberated life. What’s the difference between normal clock time and psychological time? How can we balance the fact that we have to use time so often and also stay more present?
The present moment is the only thing where there is no time. It is the point between past and future. It is always there and it is the only point we can access in time. Everything that ever happened and will ever happen can only happen in the present moment. It is impossible for anything to exist outside of it.
Do we become happy by fulfilling our deepest dreams and by being the best version of us we can? Or do we just have to awaken to our true self and see that all craving is ego-land and won’t make us happy in the end?
Writing a review about "The Power of Now" can be a difficult task, since you come in danger of adding concepts and interpretations to a book, that really tries to quiet the mind and let the reader experience. I want to encourage everybody, who has not yet get in contact with “The Power of Now” and with the teachings of Eckhart Tolle, to give it a real try.
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