So much has been written about being “present” and yet in this digital age we live in it becomes harder and harder to achieve. Sometimes life throws us a curveball that makes us consider this concept more carefully and sometimes we are just getting older and suddenly start to realize what really matters.
Thankfully I am one of the latter. Sure getting older has it’s challenges (aching knees anyone?) but it also brings delight and sadly too regret, but that forces us to think and act a little differently. When my kids were little I thought it would go on forever – the lack of sleep the endless making of food and the constant buying of supplies in-between my working week. Yet now as they are young adults suddenly it’s all a blur. Thank goodness for video and photos that show me I was actually there, I did do some good stuff for my kids and even better they tell me this too (although they also tell me when I yelled there was nothing they found more frightening – yes I was real, I reached breaking points, I yelled !)
What’s the point of all this? Well the point is we need to start making life less of a “blur” we need to take in each moment, enjoy each day and learn from each bad time. When we catch up with a friend for a coffee we need to switch our phone to airplane mode so we cannot be distracted by even a vibration, we need to arrange special time away with friends to get into a true and deep conversation (again turn off the phone please) and we need to suck up every moment – check out the colours of the trees in detail, take a spot on a rock at a lookout and breathe deeply. When someone spoils our day we need to think what we learned from that – what was that person or event meant to teach us ? When we yell at our kids we need to hug them later with equal vigour.
- Turn your phone to airplane mode for a period of time – you decide how long
- Practice “Mindful Meditation” – I find my mind is just too busy to just stop so I like this practice – you simply do something very simple like take a sip of water from a glass but observe every aspect of that action in detail : How does the glass feel against your lips ? What is the temperature of the water ? What is the thickness of the glass, how does the water feel as it goes down your throat and so on. Focus entirely – just a couple of minutes each day can make the world of difference to your mindset.
- Make time for making memories. Stop saying “let’s catch up” make a time in your diary, stick to it, and honour it with the commitment friendship deserves.
- Start a “Grateful” Diary. Write just one thing last thing at night/first thing in the morning you are grateful for on that day.
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