How to Stop Thinking and Live in the Moment!

How do we stop thinking and live in the moment? We don’t have to look very far to realize that many people are trying to give us answers. These questions and answers provide a great starting place to explain what Sahaja Yoga meditation is and what makes a daily Sahaja Yoga practice special. In the next few articles we will look at this meditation in detail, but we’ll begin with a quick overview of four of the internet’s common answers to stop thinking.

Let’s take a look at the question first. How do you learn to stop thinking? Isn’t that just one more thing to think about? Can we even think about how not to think? Can we plan to avoid over-planning? How far can we get by worrying about how to stop worrying? Difficult questions for sure, and many people are looking for answers.

One thing is clear, to stop thinking we will need some different approaches to get around our mind’s usual habits. The current popularity of mindfulness and meditation might be part of something healthy, perhaps even something necessary for humankind’s progress, but there is just so much different information! To make things simpler and to save time, we surveyed the internet for the most common answers, tips and “life hacks” on the subject.

via How to Stop Thinking and Live in the Moment! Part One — Freemeditationtv

 

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3 thoughts on “How to Stop Thinking and Live in the Moment!

  1. Why do you want to ‘stop’ thinking? Mindfulness encourages to become aware that we are thinking, but not that we stop thinking. Sometimes in meditation there will be moments of “being”, but as soon as you realize it you’re thinking again. The goal of Vipassana meditation is to become equanimous -even keeled – aware of what is going on and not react. That is “living in the moment”!

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