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The Art of Presencing



Presencing is a topic that's come up quite a bit lately. I see it as the act of being attuned to the current situation or the current moment. We always have a choice to be present or to be somewhere else.

 

We are where our thoughts are. It's as simple as that.

 

The Harvard Gazette published an article in 2010 entitled, "Wandering mind not a happy mind". The research found that "People spend 46.9 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they’re doing, and this mind-wandering typically makes them unhappy."

 

And the beauty is that we get to choose. We can be discerning about what we're focused on. Whether we're actually with our loved ones across the dinner table or whether we're thinking about something else (and therefore are actually experiencing whatever we're thinking about).

 

Being present opens up many new possibilities to:

  • Connect more deeply

  • Experience a loved one or friend in a whole new way

  • Know what to say or do in that moment

  • Appreciate life more

  • Feel greater happiness

 

This really hit home for me this week. We lost a beloved member of our extended family, suddenly, and far too soon. It's devastating. Thinking back to all the moments I had with her, I hope I was truly present. She was such a light and such a loving, kind, generous woman.


We never know how many days we have on earth. Matt Haig, in his brilliant and fun read, The Humans says we have about 30,000 - I've probably squandered too many of these, how about you?

 

So, we must make each day, and each moment, really count.


If you'd like to increase your ability to make each moment count by accelerating your awakening process in a loving container, I have an invitation for you.

 

It's an incredible opportunity to carve out sacred, present time for yourself and to receive divine activations that will enable you to embody your highest consciousness and live your greatest potential each day.

 

This 13-session Sophia Circle Journey™ begins April 1st and meets the 1st and 3rd Monday evenings of each month, virtually.

 

To learn more, visit this page and complete the Inquiry Form at the bottom (it takes less than 5 minutes.) Then we'll have a 20-minute exploratory call to see if this Sophia Circle Journey™ is the right next step for you.

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