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How To Live In The Present Moment, Version 2.0 - Let Go Of The Past & Stop Worrying About The Future (Spiritual Books) (Volume 1) Paperback – July 26, 2015
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How to Live in the Present Moment, 2.0 is one of the most inspiring and beautifully written books in many years. Inside each chapter Morris uses his life experiences from surviving a plane crash and a coma for one month, to the death of both his parents before age 30. He goes into detail about how he let go of his dark past, stopped worrying about the future, and found perpetual happiness and peace of mind by living in the present moment. Inside each chapter, you'll find powerful stories of how Morris' and several of his students used the present moment to overcome life's challenges. --TB
This is one of the most transformative books I have ever read. It is filled with incredible stories that have inspired me to look at life through a new pair of lenses. One's entire life can change because of what is found in this book. --D. Robbins, Author
About the Author
Matt Morris is a life coach and an author. He is passionate about using events that have happened in his life to inspire and make a positive impact in the lives of others. Topics in his books include: Positivity, Living In the Present Moment, and goal setting - all of which he has used to completely transform his life.
A few of his life experiences include:
- Being in a plane crash at the age of 10 that killed his mother and left him in a coma for 1 month
- Having severe back problems as a teenager and instead of having surgery (as Dr.'s recommended), he healed himself with the power of the mind and exercise
- Getting over his fear of being judged as "different" and transforming into "one of the most socially-savvy people in the room" by focusing on his strengths instead of his weaknesses.
- Losing his father at the age of 30 and being able to cope with this reality
Despite all this, Matt is known for his optimistic attitude and keen ability to find the good out of every situation, despite how traumatic the event may seem.
Throughout his books, he goes into much more detail about how he's used each of these events to improve his life and make him a stronger person. He is on a mission to change the attitudes and pre-conceived negative beliefs of the world in order to make it a better place. He firmly believes that everything happens for a reason.
In his free time, Matt loves to read books based on self-improvement, psychology, marketing, health, fitness, and learning about various cultures.
If you have any questions, comments or feedback, you can contact Matt at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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I really resonated with the author in many ways (for example his journey from physical therapy to life coaching, as well as volunteering for a local community, my story is a bit similar) and I really admire his passion and honesty. Personally, I don’t like books written by “perfect gurus”, or over-certified experts who only throw some empty definitions and concepts. I prefer to receive valuable life lessons from people who admit they are fragile human beings looking for progress rather than faking perfection. Reading this book felt more like having an awesome and super energizing conversation with the author! I will read it again for sure. It felt really good and peaceful. This read has really inspired me to embrace mindfulness and I now feel more empowered on my journey to authenticity. Even though I am not new to mindfulness/meditation/healing and wellness, I got a lot from this book. I have been following Matt’s recommendations for only a week now, and I can feel the change. I even feel like my muscles are more relaxed and I am more focused. This is why I want to carry on…!
To sum up-> thank you Matt for such a well written and informative book. Very enlightening and I believe it can change people’s lives.
I loved all the great examples and ideas that were delivered. Just about all the advice and guidance was practical for me. I am even considering adding meditation to my morning routine because of the ideas Matt gave to me from reading the book.
For far to long I was afraid to let go of the past and after reading this I am committed to letting go and start living in the NOW. Matt has inspired me to appreciate the little things in my day to day life and stop worrying about things that you can't control.
Very happy he decided to write this book as it taught me some great lessons. It was very well written and I almost wanted more because I was really getting into it.
Will look and wait for more content by this author as I can't recommend him enough!
This book in particular is about how important it is to live in the present rather than dwelling so much about the past and worrying too much about the future. Probably easy to say if you’re single and carefree but for a father like me it is close to impossible not to worry about my family’s future all the time. What I like about the book’s format is instead of enumerating what you need to do like a cookbook it shares the stories of other people. I learned a great deal from reading the stories of Jack, Michael and Sarah to name a few. The author also shares his personal experiences as well. I shared this book with my wife and she was also touched by the lessons learned in this book. I’m sure you will too.
If you are someone who will be helped by reading story after story about people who learned to live only in the present, a mindful life, then this will help you. If you are looking for more information on mindful living you will hunger for another book. I was not inspired by this book.
I was provided an advance copy of this bood in order to provide an honest review.
Liked the author’s bucket idea to deal with past memories, the I love you game and the I’m in love with you variant and what he had to say about multi-tasking but the main thing I like about this book is the practical applications and the stories the author shared and the realization that the present moment, the now, is all there is.