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Inner peace in life

by Jerome Shaw about a month ago in happiness
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Be relaxed!

To have inner peace is to have mental tranquility. It is a condition characterized by mental and emotional equilibrium, as well as composure. It is a state of mind in which no concerns nor fears are present.

To have inner peace implies being able to detach one's emotions from external events and maintain composure under trying circumstances. Some individuals believe that in order to experience true inner peace, one must go to a remote location, away from other people, their place of employment, and their obligations. This is the farthest thing from the truth!

In most cases, one or more of the five senses are involved in the experience of pleasure. When we watch a nice movie, have a social gathering with friends, eat a beautiful meal, or soak in a hot tub, we can feel pleasure. These are all examples of positive experiences. In each one of these scenarios, the pleasure comes from an outside source.

When we solve a difficulty, complete an arduous activity, accomplish a goal, or get something that we have desired for a considerable amount of time, we feel a sense of relief, liberation, and pleasure. This feeling of satisfaction is what we refer to as happiness. When a load is lifted off our shoulders, when we are no longer in danger or dread, and of course, when we are with the person we love, we feel pleasure.

You are able to feel a sense of comfort and inner peace as a direct result of the absence of all the negative emotions, including anxieties and fears. You get the sensation that someone has taken a significant burden off of your shoulders. This incredible sensation arises from deep within you and causes you to experience pleasure and contentment.

When things become stressful, there are a number of different things you may perform as first aid. They have the ability to assist you in alleviating tension and regaining inner equilibrium and balance. You may use these strategies if you find yourself in a stressful situation or with unpleasant individuals. You may also develop the habit of inner calm and the capacity to successfully cope with stress, concerns, and negative thoughts by practicing some methods that are both easy and very powerful. These techniques can be found in many spiritual traditions across the world. My e-book, "Enjoy Inner Peace in the Busy Daily Life," has information on the ways that you may use to achieve this.

As you grow more used to this new approach to life, you will be able to keep your cool in stressful circumstances, and when you are surrounded by individuals who are stressed, you will experience inner peace.

The feeling of being physically and spiritually at ease despite the presence of a number of stressful circumstances is what is meant by the term "inner peace." Regardless of how challenging things get in your life, it is possible to achieve pleasure, satisfaction, and ecstasy via the process of finding your inner peace. Because everyone goes through difficult times at some point in their lives, achieving happiness and inner peace is not contingent on leading a life that is devoid of problems or fighting with others.

You could have a sense of calm and peace if you spend time in nature doing things like going on strolls or observing the natural world. Spending time in natural settings and taking a few slow, deep breaths might help keep your mind from wandering to more stressful topics. This is not a one-time occurrence but rather a chance for you to cope with the daily pressures of life that arise from prolonged contact with the environment.

There is much evidence that meditation is beneficial to our physical, emotional, and mental well-being. In particular, it has been shown that the practice of mindfulness meditation may alleviate anxiety and protect against depression. You may give yoga a go, read a book on meditation, listen to a guided meditation on a podcast, or sit down at home for 40–45 minutes a day to practice mindfulness meditation on your own. All of these things may assist you in finding your way to contentment and inner peace.

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Jerome Shaw

Here to inspire you on your journey. 🙏🏾

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