The Power of Now

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Coldwell Banker

How we view time can influence how time impacts our lives and our business. For some time is a straight line, one foot infront of the other, one hour after another, and so on....For others time is a cumulative process, a gathering of experience, process, and years, which then generates who we are and how we are in the world.

Then there is a way of stepping outside of time, releasing from the confines of the linear line and the weight of gathering....This way is achieved through the practice of living in the Now.

A great resource for this process is the book - The Power of Now - by Eckart Tolle. Cover of Power of Now

If you find work/life to be pressured, not enough time in a day? Try this book.....

for NOW - Brad in Connecticut

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Brad this is a comment that I made on another blog, but I think that it is also appropriate here. "We need to learn from the past so that we do not repeat our mistakes, but the is what is before us and it is what we need to concentrate on."  Let's hope that all our now’s and tomorrows are positive ones.

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If I read this, will I have more time, or just think I have more time? Or will time really be a myth like in quantum physics, which says all time is NOW?
Dec 30, 2007 12:27 PM #2
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