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Title: Living in the Present Moment: How Good Can You Stand It?
Author: Timothy Aaron Whiston
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Living in the present moment is the key to leading an exciting, fulfilling, meaningful life. However the experience of right now is far too intense for many people, so they develop the self-defeating defense response of constantly living in the shadow of past and future fantasies.The unpleasant truth is we all have the tendency to hide our face from the now. It’s easier for us to dwell on past regrets and future anxieties; these experiences are safe, familiar, and unchallenging.A popular and revealing question often asked by personal development instructors and spiritual guides is: “How good can you stand it.

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