Perhaps everyone has had an experience of being fully absorbed in the present moment, be it a conversation with a loved one, or watching a mesmerizing sunset, or savouring your fantastic food. You may remember and long to recreate that feeling of serenity, focus and losing yourself in something that you enjoy very much.

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Unfortunately, we tend to think that these experiences are one-of-a-kind and rare. Of course, each of them are worthy of being cherished, but you can recreate this state of mind as often as you’d like.

You can experiment with finding the cues that will bring your mind back to the present moment, and a great way to start is to see (and use) daily routine actions as your inner alarm clock/reminder to shift your attention back to the present.

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You can turn virtually any action or object into “reality alarm clock”: going up and down the stairs, standing in a Starbucks line, or actually bringing your car to a full halt upon seeing a stop sign.

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These three simple steps will help you develop the skill to be aware of the present moment instead of worrying about your past or your future, and train your neural muscle of attention.

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Take just a few minutes out of each day to bring yourself to a state of calm and wellness and balance your life using a combination of guided meditations and mindfulness techniques. The techniques are a simple, practical relaxation method for anyone.

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Step #1. Notice. At this stage, you develop a habit of bringing your attention to your current mental state every time you notice those cues. Don’t analyze them or see them through the like-don’t like lens. Just notice what’s going on in your mind.

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Step #2. Shift. Anchor your mind to a stable point of focus. Shift your attention to a noticeable sound or your current bodily sensations, focusing on your own breath wikk do the trick, too.

Step #3. Rewire. Finally, take some time to bask in this experience of being present after you’ve noticed the alarm-clock reminders and shifted your attention to reality anchors.

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Don’t expect that you’ll master the skill of being present in the moment right away and will be able to “be present” during your every waking hour. With practice, however, you will soon notice that these three practices have already had an impact on your life. You’ll become less prone to feeling stressed and anxious.

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The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!

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