Be happier,live in the moment
We need to live more in the moment. Living in the moment—also called mindfulness—is a state of active, open, intentional attention on the present. Instead of letting your life go by without living it, you awaken to experience.
Mindfulness reduces stress, boosts immune functioning, reduces chronic pain, lowers blood pressure, and helps patients cope with cancer. By alleviating stress, spending a few minutes a day actively focusing on living in the moment reduces the risk of heart disease. Mindfulness may even slow the progression of HIV.
Mindful people are happier, more exuberant, more empathetic, and more secure. They have higher self-esteem and are more accepting of their own weaknesses.
Mindfulness is at the root of Buddhism, Taoism, and many Native-American traditions, not to mention yoga.