• Living in the present moment means living according to truth and principle (but not according to hard rigid dogma) flexibly applied in the particular way required by the immediate situation in which you are. Such a way of living leaves you free, not ruled tyrannically by imposed regulations which may not at all suit the particular case.

    Paul Brunton (1988). “Relativity, Philosophy and Mind: The Notebooks of Paul Brunton”, Larson Publication