Are you in the moment? Are you living in the present and now? Listen in as Jason Linett responds to a student’s question on how to help clients be in the present and live mindfully from moment to moment. Stop deferring happiness, and start living in the now.
Here are the show notes for this session:
- Jason answers a student’s question on how to help a client become more present and mindful when dealing with their children.
- Jason shares a client’s experience of successfully quitting smoking and discovering how mindfulness tendencies helped create the results.
- How much of our lives do we find ourselves in auto pilot, in the old patterns, repeating the same experiences?
- What can you learn from personal trainers? Listen and find out.
- Jason emphasizes that scripts are training wheels. No need of scripts but only gathering information of the clients.
- Learn Eckhart Tolle quote you can fold into your life and your work.
- A thought will be immediately responded to with an action.
- By associating the clients to the future moments, these milestones will act as trigger points that pull them out of their old automatic response and into the present moments and thus producing change.
- Learn a technique (which might as well NOT be a technique) to easily remember names.
- Learn on how Jason uses ô€žthe subconscious routineô€Ÿ strategy as a deepener to build awareness inside the process.
- Discover methods to harness instantaneous change in your work.
- Learn how some people are completely out of their minds¦ and this is their strength!
Check out Eckhart Tolle’s book, “Practicing the Power of Now“
Set yourself a goal and work towards it. Be aware of where you want to go, but honor and give your fullest attention to the step that you are taking at this present moment. If you become obsessively focused on the goal, perhaps because you are seeking happiness, fulfillment, or a more complete sense of self in it, the now is no longer honored. It becomes reduced to a mere stepping stone to the future with no intrinsic value. Your life’s journey is no longer an adventure. Just an obsessive need to arrive, to attain, to make it. You no longer see or smell the flowers by the way side either. Nor are you aware of the beauty or the miracle of life that unfolds around you when you are present in the now.”