Why does the present moment appear to be so short-lived?

Overcoming obstacles to being in the present

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The present moment isn’t chronological time in the sense of looking at a clock or a calendar.

The present moment happens when we break away from the world of interpretations we create in our minds.

When awareness is free from the past and the future, it becomes present.

Retreating from interpreting thoughts and experiences is a gradual process

Unless awareness separates from the mind, we cannot be in the present.

What gives the mind such power over our awareness that we cannot separate the two?

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