“With practice of present moment awareness, th sense of stillness and peace will deepen. In fact, there is no end to tis depth. You will also feel a subtle emanation of joy arising from deep within: the joy of Being.” Eckhart Tolle (from A New Earth)
I just went to Walmart, and while my journey was in time— my body had to get some milk and tea—I was aware of the energy in my body: my hands, feet, air on my face, movement of legs, sounds of cars, and even visually by just being aware of surroundings without judgment of whether that lady needed to lose weight, or that crying kid should be spanked.
Present moment awareness is the practice of being wall-eyed: one eye is looking where you are going while the other eye is aware of what you are doing right now. We are conditioned to only look to the goal, so the process is something to get over. Life then becomes one empty goal after another; empty because you are never alive, never conscious of who you are, which is what. you are doing right now, always now.