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A Moment in Time, a Moment in Thought

A Moment in Time, a Moment in Thought Cathleen L. Balfour

In the rhythm of our daily lives and the perceived busyness of the day, we forget to live in the moment. Most of you have heard how important it is to live in the now. Eckhart Tolle said, “Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have. Make the Now the primary focus of your life.”

I understand Eckhart’s concept is imperative for us to find balance in our lives and that we can easily take each moment for granted. When we realize that each moment has a hidden sacred gift, we can make the choice to think good or bad thoughts; whether from a place of love or fear, these thoughts define the moments that follow. These moments become the building blocks for what unfolds next.

Each thought we send out has a powerful energy field of consciousness. When we understand the world around us is matching our frequency, good or bad, it can motivate us to understand how our communication skills affect everything around us. Each thought is a response to our previous judgments and perceptions that were influenced by prior experiences.