Living in the Present

Many of us struggle with living in the present. It takes practice, especially at first but it does become easier.

Learning to enjoy the moment is the single most important step to finding happiness because it is always there… just have to be “present” to notice it.

When we are present, we find joy in the simplest things. A raindrop gracefully slipping off a leaf and landing in a pool of water, sending a gentle cascade of ripples outward. Take note of this, see the simple beauty in it and feel thankful .  You are “awake” in that moment to appreciate such exquisiteness, that is living in the present. In that brief passing of time, you are not thinking about what bills are due, or what to pick up at the grocery store for dinner, or who you were supposed to call. You are simply present and living in the moment.

In a world where we are supposedly more connected than ever, we could not be more disconnected from each other and from ourselves. We are fearful.

We grasp at fleeting happiness in a desperate attempt to fill the void. A quick glance at current events illustrates how truly disconnected we, as a society have become. Sadly, we are all searching for the same things; security, happiness and love. True happiness comes from within.   When we realize this, there is no fear of losing what cannot be lost.

Meditation, focused breath work, or any practice that centers us and calms our ever active minds is the foundation for living in the present.

Susan Falyar


Susan spent 12 years as a medic in the US Air Force before discovering a passion for massage therapy and it's healing benefits. She believes fully in the body's ability to heal itself if given proper nutrition, nurturing, meditation and balance. "I love working with women. We spend so much time caring for others in our lives, we often forget about taking care of ourselves. Helping someone relax, reset and recover in a session together, is the greatest gift to me."

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