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What is it Like to Be in the Now?

Updated: Jan 17, 2022

Are you ready to Awaken to the NOW?

To experience a new way of living that will help you to release old blockages that keep you from having what you desire?

Perhaps you are aware that all life takes place in the NOW, in the moment. You might have heard that living in the NOW is a path to greater understanding, even enlightenment. Whatever your beliefs, consider what it would be like to....

· Bring your awareness into the NOW

· Discover the benefits of living in the NOW

· Enjoy releasing old habits and patterns of behavior as you are in the NOW

· Use this awareness to experience the expanded reality in the NOW

Being in the Now is also a valuable key to create your dreams. Unfortunately, there are many obstacles standing in your way. Creating a mind that lives in the moment seems nearly impossible given that your brain is filled with your subconscious mind's constant thoughts, worries and fears.

When you discover how much your resistive, overly-protected subconscious mind is programmed negatively, you realize how vital it is to address this part of you so that you can end the self sabotage that it creates.

No, it isn't always easy to disconnect from your subconscious programming, but it is worth the effort.

So, how do I know what living in the NOW is like?

When I was 19 years old I experienced a shift in awareness that allowed an experience of connecting with Now consciousness.  

Being an typical young man I strongly felt the pull to just have a fun and normal relationships.  I was just starting my life in college which led to my first career as a geologist. 

Yet still there were moments when my inner awareness deepened and I began to both create a life as a working scientist and as an inner explorer into deeper spiritual truths. 

Over the years I was fortunate to have had the opportunity to learn from amazing teachers of the human experience.  One such teacher was J. Krishnamurti, with whom I was able to see in person in Ojai several times over these earlier years.  These moments helped to ignite the process of awakening that once again opened up to experiencing reality from this expanded awareness. 

This created within me an intense inner conflict.  I began to realize that my ego wanted nothing to do with that state of being and was terrified of relinquishing control to this unknown force.

Despite this inner conflict those moments of oneness were beyond anything I could have ever imagined and brought with it feelings of intense joy and inner freedom, as well as a sense of some deep, pervasive loving presence.

Eventually this conflict led me to question why these wonderful experiences didn't change my personality and eliminate my fears and inner resistance. 

After taking the time to travel around the world on a two year journey, I was determined to explore how to bring about this deeper transformation. 

As I pursued this question I was led to a small group of individuals who were  approaching spiritual issues by working on emotional growth and healing.  Being a typical guy I was reluctant to