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Meeting The Moment

One of my favorite phrases is “meeting the moment.”

Do you know what it is?

Have you ever had the experience of meeting the moment?

Meeting the moment is more than being present. It is what you do when you are present like the rabbit in the image.

What Is Meeting The Moment?

What does it mean to meet the moment? It is:

  • a moment with no separation
  • a space
  • the past, present, and future
  • a place that includes all history and the unknown
  • a way of seeing that allows the current reality
  • a way of addressing what is important, not what we want or do not want
  • a way of letting what must happen arise from current conditions
  • a way of moving forward that does not impose an agenda
  • a way of proceeding that does not seek an escape.
  • natural
  • timeless
  • about what is
  • about all and nothing.

Being Present And Living The Moment

Being present and meeting the moment are not the same thing.

Being present is where you are when you are not living from your head. But then what?

There are no rules.

There is no one telling you what is important and what matters.

You are the custodian of the moment.

You are the steward of hearts, souls, and spirits.

There is no one to delegate to.

Being present puts you in cosmic space. It puts you in the place of potential.

Meeting the moment is what you decide to do with it.

One of the nice things about meeting the moment is that you realize that there is no one to clean up after you.

You are it.

Priorities When Meeting The Moment

When you are present and meeting the moment you do not have the same priorities that you might otherwise.

You are a custodian of the human spirit, of the well-being of all around you. Your agenda is not to maintain the status quo.

You have the opportunity to opt for healing choices because when you meet the moment you leave temporal considerations and have the ability to make different types of decisions.

You do not have to make predictable choices.

You are now in the land of imagination and surprise.

Your job is to meet the needs of the soul, not the ego.

Your job is to create deep satisfaction, not cheap thrills.

Your job is to remind us who we are.

Your job is to lift us from habit to inspiration.

You touch the fantastic in the ordinary.

Your job is to help others experience their souls and their soul’s hopes, wishes, and desires.

Your job is to create a different pathway from the fear world to the inspired world.

When you meet the moment you are manifesting the infinite, the nonmaterial in the material.

So you inspire.

About Maria Hill

Maria Hill is the founder of Sensitive Evolution and Sensitive Evolution Radio. She is the author of The Emerging Sensitive: A Guide For Finding Your Place In The World as well as numerous courses for sensitives including The Emerging Sensitive Course using frameworks to help sensitive people master their sensitivity and turn it into the asset it can be. They can be found here. She is a long time meditator, reiki master, a student of alternative health and Ayurveda. Maria is also an abstract painter whose portfolio can be found at Infinite Shape and also very interested in animal and human rights and the environment.

2 Comments

  1. Elizabeth Scala on March 22, 2013 at 10:33 am

    WOW,
    What a beautiful post, Maria. I wonder if your writing came from one of your moments. I felt energy in your words and was just stunned into silence. I do not even have a reaction for this comment to write- I just have to say it was beautiful. Thank you,
    Elizabeth



    • Maria on March 22, 2013 at 11:11 am

      Thanks so much, Elizabeth.

      Actually I have often felt alone in the world because so many people spend do much time positioning themselves that they do not meet the moment. I had used the phrase in my newsletter and one reader had remarked about it. I like the phrase because it has a wholeness to it. When we meet the moment we embrace everything and then have the potential to respond in a meaningful way. I think it makes life worthwhile.

      Maria