How to Have Fun – A Powerful Understanding

Today, we are going to be talking about how to have fun.

We are going to be talking about a POWERFUL realization that will inject some more fun into your life – true, blissful, joyous, and peaceful fun.

This relates to being present in the moment, being here in the here and now!

Being away from the illusion of the thoughts of what we think we need to be doing, what we think we should be doing right now, what we have not done yet, what we are late on, what other people are thinking, or what other people are doing – all that illusionary stuff.

Remember that we are in a world of dualism. If you are not present, you are absent. If you are not inside the moment, you are outside of it.

This video is about being present in the here and now with a simple process for injecting more presence into your life.

If you have not already learned about the power of being in the moment, I recommend the book “The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle, or you can check out some of my other video advices where I talk more about the presence and the moment and what that’s going to do for you and your life.

In this video, let’s jump right into the process.

Having Fun by Adding Presence in Your Life

Now, I‘ve got to thank one of my coaching clients Athea for this because I really came to this realization through our coaching.

The process I want to deliver to you today is about compartmentalizing your life. The thought process relates to something like doing a yoga class or going to a sports practice. These things are very MEDITATIVE and therapeutic.

After you get out of the gym or you get done with a sport, you feel REALLY good. You feel peaceful. You are not thinking about the homework you didn’t do, or the deadline that you are not meeting as quickly as you want to, or any other nonsense.

You were present for that activity for the last two hours as if you were doing a yoga class…

You are there, on the mat, PRESENT to your body, to the feelings and sensations, to the teacher’s instructions. You are too present to what is going on in the here and now to think about the illusionary stuff that stresses you out.

Let’s take that and apply it into our life in other ways.

When you are on the yoga mat, you are present to that class. You make a commitment to yourself.

“I am here for myself. I am here to do this for me. Everything else can wait. Everything else is on hold. I am here in the now.”

We can make that declaration with EVERYTHING that we do.

Imagine that you’re having friends over for a dinner party. How much more fun is it going to be if you make that same declaration?

“My friends are here for the dinner party. I’m not going to think about anything outside of these walls. I’m going to have joyous conversations. I’m going to enjoy my food and my drink. I’m going to enjoy my moments shared with my friends.”

“The deadline that I’ve got to meet tomorrow or the co-worker that has been pulling on my nerves, that can ALL wait because I’m making this declaration that I’m taking this time for this activity for my own enjoyment and fun in the here and the now.”

Instead of having that dinner party, but checking your Smartphone constantly about the deadline, which is really not that fun, you can inject more fun in your life by making that commitment to be joyously present for your activity.

This can apply to ANYTHING.

If you’re going out dancing, you can get on the dance floor and say:

“I’m not concerned about what ANY of this dance floor is thinking, feeling, doing, and planning. None of that matters. I’m here because I would like to dance and that’s going to increase my fun in my life by making this commitment to myself that I’m compartmentalizing this dance floor. This is ALL that exists for me in my reality, right here, right now.”

That’s a joyous declaration of presence that is going to inject SO much more fun because you remove your own segmentation.

When your energy is here, not ENTIRELY here but partially over there and partially over there, and the fun is right here, how much fun can you experience if your energy is only PARTIALLY here?

You can only experience a PARTIAL level of the potential amount of fun you could be having.

But you can recombine ALL your energies, bring them back from the office, from picking up the kids at school, from waking up feeling sleepy, from being late for that deadline, bring ALL those energies, culminate them all together in the moment for the here and now. Then, you can receive that TOTAL level of fun, joy, and excitement of whatever activity you are doing.

My advice to you would be to try this in the next couple of days in some opportunity that you can. This could even work inside of your job.

“I am joyously present to this activity that I’m doing at work. It’s going to feel SO good as I complete this task and get closer to my goals or closer to realizing the dream of whatever it is that I am creating for myself.”

“In this moment, I’m in the here and the now. I’m not worried about anything else. I‘m solely committed to this task and I am going to joyously emerge myself inside of this task.”

This is the evolution of business, getting passionate and present into your work.

You’re going to find that you create more POWERFULLY and produce BETTER results. And, you enjoy it more. This is how to have fun in ANY area of your life. This is not to say that work can’t be fun too.

Use this declaration-compartmentalization technique to bring yourself to the here and now.

That is the main advice from today! Please, if you have any questions or comments, join the conversation and comment below. I personally respond to every comment possible and would love to hear from you!

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Thanks and talk soon!

To Your Success,

Noah Hammond

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