• Buddha Standard Time: Lama Surya Das presents "Mindful Moments" exercises and "Time Out" Meditations that demonstrate the wisdom Buddhism has to offer.
  • The Freedom of Being: Jan Frazier shares new insights on the important spiritual practice of being present.
  • Everything Is the Way: Elihu Genmyo Smith offers an astonishing collection of essays on the wisdom of Zen as it applies to being present in our everyday life.
  • Breathing through the Whole Body: Will Johnson suggests practical steps for being present by using meditation and the breath to fine tune the body.
  • The Now Effect: Elisha Goldstein provides fresh practical material and helpful insights on being present.
  • Right Here with You: Andrea Miller has put together a wide-ranging and cogent collection of essays on mindfulness and relationships.
  • How Now: Raphael Cushnir delivers quotations for every day of the year that focus on living in the present with peace and awareness.
  • The Tao of Now: Josh Baran delivers quotations for every day of the year that focus on living in the present with peace and awareness.
  • The Power of Now Meditation Deck: Eckhart Tolle shares 52 inspirational cards with ideas on living in the present moment.
  • Now! The Art of Being Truly Present: Jean Smith contains invocations and reflections designed to encourage being presence of spirit, mind, and conduct in relationships, and in the world.
  • You Have to Say Something: Dainin Katagiri, the first abbot of the Minnesota Zen Meditation Center, salutes zazen as a practice that can help individuals live in the present moment.
  • When You're Falling, Dive!: Cheri Huber salutes the healing power of being present as an antidote to a life of constant resistance to what is happening.
  • Visible Here and Now: Ayya Khema, a Theravadin Buddhist nun, helps us see that we can only find fulfillment in the present moment by not being attached to our fleeting desires for more.
  • The Essential Basho: Matsu Basho, a Japanese master of haiku and a pioneer of travel as pilgrimage, always brings himself fully to the present moment.
  • Coming to Our Senses: Jon Kabat-Zinn believes that mindfulness not only gives us a way to appreciate the present moment, it opens our senses and helps us cope with the dissatisfactions in our lives.
  • The Zen Commandments: Dean Sluyter includes noticing the moment in a collection of spiritual practices and propositions that support the universal lurch toward "a life of inner freedom."
  • Minyan: Rami M. Shapiro includes attention to the present moment as one of his ten principles for living a life of integrity.
  • Waist High in the World: Nancy Mairs, who has had MS for more than 20 years, has grown accustomed to living in the present moment since any one could be her last.
  • Attending the Dying: Megory Anderson has wise and helpful counsel for professional clergy or lay caregivers on how to be present with a dying person.
  • Driving to Nirvana: Clarice Bryan explores ways in which driving can give us practice in being present.
  • The Slow Down Diet: Marc David presents an eight-week program for changing the way we eat by not doing other things at the same time.
  • The Time Is Now: Daniel S. Wolk in a series of meditations on time seeks to open our eyes to the magic of the present moment.
  • Addicated to Hurry: Kirk Byron Jones describes practices for slowing down and savoring life's precious present moments.
  • Living Simply through the Day: Tilden Edwards encourages us see all of life as opportunities to practice the presence of God.

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