Being in the Now and Then

These days much is said about “Being in the Now” and how valuable it is.

For some it is a profound valuable experience, but for others it is a disturbance, and an imposition that takes them away from themselves. Some like to be focused on creating a more positive future, and some like to just relax and be natural – whether that is in the now or the future, or even the past.

In the Diagram:

Dharma dynamics 9 spiritual paths

the paths in the bottom row are into being in the now. The paths in the top are into co-creating the future, and the paths in the middle are into being natural.

Which one do you prefer?

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