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6 Ways to Go With the Flow and Stay in the Moment | Suzanne Kane
"Just be unattached as a child at play." – Gangaji How would it be to let go of all your concerns and fully participate in the moment? More specifically, how would you like to feel the joy of playtime, the rush of doing something wonderfully fun, discovering something new, or pushing yourself to explore unknown territory? Researchers will tell you – and parents as well – that children instinctively know how to do this. Yet all is not lost if such a natural gift is a distant memory. As adults, while we may have forgotten how, we can rekindle the ability to shake off troubles and concentrate fully on the present moment. In short, we can relearn how to go with the moment. Naturally, there are times when such spontaneity is not appropriate, including when the boss is clamoring for a report and you're nowhere near finished, or you've just received bad news that demands immediate action. You should not be unattached at such times. Still, you can be in the moment, dedicated, zeroed in on