How to Learn to Live in the Moment






Our individual lives can be maintained in a simplified manner when we start living our lives in the present situation. The secret of good health for both body and mind is not to stick to the past, be too concerned about the future, or ponder on your troubles; in fact, live in your present moment and lead a happy life sensibly.

With all the stressors life has to offer, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and anxious. Unfortunately, it’s a more common problem than not.  However, with a little focus and patience, lasting change is achievable. How? By learning a few practical skills, you can manage your emotions and ease your thoughts. Recognizing the present and seizing the moment, is just one of the many tools that help you find inner peace.

Carpe Diem

One must have heard about anxiety many times.  One of the most effective tactics is to “Live in the Now.”  This reminds of the phrase “Carpe Diem,” which means Seize the Day.

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Carpe diem (MissionSelf)

Carpe Diem is a Latin phrase. When you are suffering from anxiety, you cannot always trust your thoughts or emotions. You can do fact-checking.  But thoughts are thoughts and they can cause so much unnecessary suffering to those who have anxiety issues.

What is the root cause?

We do not fully know how people develop an anxiety disorder. It could be genetics, an environmental trigger, trauma, or several other possibilities or combinations of. But if you are suffering and your thoughts are disturbing, stressful, and overwhelming, we have good news for you. You do not need to figure out how you got so consumed by anxiety to recover.

Live every moment of your life (Quotefancy)

Your anxious mind can make up stories. If the story is a bad, fearful tale, your brain’s natural, protective, negative bias has been sensitized by anxiety and it immediately acts to release adrenaline. You are primed for fight or flight almost instantly. Except, there is no danger.  And, that is confusing and bewildering to the sufferer and causes more alarm with more adrenaline released.  The added adrenaline results in more symptoms of fight or flight (racing heart, light-headed, sweaty palms, etc.) allowing you to stick with the fearful thoughts in a tiresome and paralyzing loop of misery.

The trick is living in the present

This is where Carpe Diem comes in. One way to trick anxiety is to live in now and seize the day.  Anxiety is future-oriented. The now is now. The now is calmer and neutrally charged and within your control. Perhaps, you can see why mindfulness and meditation are so therapeutic for anxiety!

Live the best life possible (Live The Best Life Possible)

The techniques are simple and practical, but not necessarily easy.  However, with current, research-based information and a supportive team assisting you, the benefits are huge. Seize the day – live in the now, by welcoming fear as if it were your friend and watch it diffuse away as you transcend it. Carpe Diem, Lutefisk, and casseroles to all. So, stay calm and keep yourself energetic every single day! Share your comments with us on how you lead a healthy lifestyle!

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Sanghamitra Roychoudhary

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