Learn to Live the Moment
It is a way of being and relating to our inner and outer experiences, of making contact with our senses, literally and metaphorically. At the same time, it is nothing more than a rediscovery or a memory of our innate capacity to be completely present in our lives, in contact with what surrounds us without filtering concepts, past experiences, sympathies and antipathies.
How Does It Work
As numerous scientific research shows, practice helps people to engage in caring for themselves, to adapt to life’s painful events and to alleviate the anxiety and stress manifested by physical, psychosomatic and psychiatric disorders.
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