Bring mindfulness to your day, it’s good for your well-being
Milton Carrero, Lehigh Valley Health: The present moment is ever present and yet elusive. Modern medicine is finding a variety of uses for mindfulness, but how can you incorporate it into your day to live life more fully?
I remember when Eckhart Tolle’s bestseller “The Power of Now,” surged into the global scene in the early 2000’s. I stared at the cover many times in the bookstore. I may have even held it, but I thought “why would I need a book to live in the present moment?” The idea seemed too obvious to be useful. I was wrong.