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How To Find Inner Peace In Everyday Life

  How to Find Your Inner Peace and Happiness Like many other concepts, there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to finding inner peace. However, all of the points provided here would prove effective in your journey to finding it. Use these steps to find inner peace: 1. Declutter Your “Room” As mentioned earlier, your mind can be likened to a room. When that room is occupied with thoughts of “what if” and “how not” plus work issues and family matters, there is no way you’d have enough space to do other things. This would take lots of practice and patience with oneself because you can’t just tell yourself, “Hey, stop thinking” and boom! You just stop. You have to consciously remind yourself to not overthink things and only take what you can handle. Even the bravest people break down, so take some time to clear your mind of unimportant matters. You need that space. 2. Take Responsibility for Your Actions It takes a whole level of maturity to take responsibility for your actions, especi

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Why Is Inner Peace Important?

    Inner peace is important for the following reasons: You begin to see and appreciate all the little things you never thought were important like the ability to walk, eat, breathe, having a roof over your head and even the sun that never fails to rise. It teaches you to be patient because, at the end of the day, we’d all be on the same day. Nobody has ever hurried into the next day. You learn how to maximize every single moment knowing fully well that we would all leave this world someday. It teaches you to take things one step at a time. We all tell ourselves that phrase especially when we find ourselves in a mess but we never really actualize it until we find inner peace. You would begin to see drastic changes in your health and wellness. Food and alcohol are no longer an escape route because you realize that there is really no escape from this life. Your relationships and friendships take a positive turn because you have learned to appreciate every moment you have with the ones yo

35 ways to cope with things!

1. WRITE A LETTER & THROW IT AWAY. 2.  CALL, TEXT, OR HANG OUT WITH A FRIEND. 3. CLEAN OR ORGANIZE.  (Bedroom, Closet, Backpack, Kitchen....) 4. KEEP A DAILY JOURNAL. 5. WATCH A HEALTHY MOVIE OR SHOW. 6. LISTEN TO UPLIFTING MUSIC (Spotify & Pandora are great resources for music) 7. BALANCE ON AN EXERCISE BALL. 8. PUSH UP AGAINST SOMETHING.  (Wall, Tree, Building, Floor) (Stretch) 9. READ (Sometimes a simple book can ease the mind) Even.. "Green Eggs and Ham" 10. TAKE A QUIET BREAK. 11. DRAW, COLOR, PAINT OR CREATE. 12. TAKE A SNACK BREAK.  (Try to eat a healthy snack. (Nuts, Fruit, Vegetable) 13. SEND A THANK YOU NOTE TO SOMEBODY.  (Maybe even to yourself) 14. LOOK AT THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THINGS.   15. SET A GOAL AND START PLANNING TO WORK ON IT.  16. TALK TO TRUSTED ADULTS. (Create a safe circle of people that you can reach out for help) 17. FORGIVE OTHERS.... (While... forgiving yourself) 18. ASK FOR A HUG. 19. LAUGH MORE.  Find ways to read, watch, listen to moments

There isn't a path or formula to follow!

 Here's another myth perpetuated by the general public: there isn't a set formula for a successful and happy life.   What works for someone else might not work for you, and there isn't an obstacle that you can't find away around or over or under.  Sometimes the most beautiful and important life moments start out as unexpected obstacles.  So while it's certainly important to plan and dream...  it's also important to be flexible an resilient.  Take this story as an example: The Obstacle in Our Path In ancient times, a king had a boulder placed on the roadway.  Then he hid himself and watched to see if anyone would remove the huge rock.  Some of the king's wealthiest merchants came by and simply walked around it.  Many loudly blamed the king for not keeping the roads clear, but none of them tried to move the big stone out of the way.  Then a peasant farmer came along carrying a load of vegetables.  On approaching the boulder, the farmer laid down his load of ve

The important Things Life Teaches You...

                                                            During my second month of nursing school, our professor gave us a pop quiz.  I was a conscientious student and had breezed through the questions, until I read the last one: "What is the first name of the woman who cleans the school?  Surely this was some kind of joke.  I had seen the cleaning woman a dozen of times. She was tall, dark haired and in her 50's, but how would I know her name?  I handed in my paper, leaving the last question blank.  Before class ended, one student asked if the last question would count toward our quiz grade.  "Absolutely," said the professor.  "In your career you will meet many people. All are significant.  They deserve your attention and care, even if all you do is smile and say "hello." I've never forgotten that lesson.  I also learned her name was Dorothy.  Unknown Author