Presence doesn’t necessarily mean still
Presence does not necessarily mean still. I think of Presence as an allowing of what is. It’s a letting in of ALL the senses, internal and external.
- You can be present to what you experience while you eat.
- You can be present to what you experience while you walk.
- You can be present while you work out, and in fact I recommend you do for added benefit.
- You can be present to your pain.
Mindfulness is a great synonym for Presence. I prefer Presence, because when I think of mindfulness it feels like there is a whole industry and tools and ways of doing it “right.” Presence doesn’t have that connotation for me. Plus, I often hear my clients who are mostly moms, say, “I just want to be more present.”
I love the idea that presence doesn’t always mean still, because I don’t always want to be still. And sometimes when I am too still for too long, it actually prevents me from being present. 🙂 Have you ever sat at your desk so long that your body aches for movement, preventing you from being able to focus? No? Just me?
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