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Challenging Life For Inner Peace (Part 2 of 2)

Looking to achieve the inner peace? Do not forget to read the recent article below in case you missed it:

Challenging Life For Inner Peace (Part 1 of 2)

 

Continuation:

 

Quietness of the mind

Peace in true definition is a quietness of the mind. If the mind requires quietness then it is up to you to shut up the argumentation. It usually goes on between the emotions, subconscious, and conscious mind.

The subconscious mind has goodies waited inside, and it is up to you to hunt them down and find it. Once you make contact with your subconscious, you will be surprised what comes out.

To do it, it takes skill, effort, patience, and long-suffering. As well as the ability to find your way out of havoc and into inner peace.

Quietness of the mind means there is no area for suffering and pain.  What we obtain will go to lengths to remain in tact from the chaos.

Liberate the mind

During your time searching for inner peace, you will need to learn how to liberate the mind. Liberating the mind means, you are willing to give all your guilt, prejudices, shame and lies. It also includes negative thoughts, and other harmful thinking to God and let go for life.

Once you reach this agreement with self then you will feel peace within your being. And once you gain this feeling continue to let go and fight for your inner peace.

Final thoughts

Well, we are nearing the end now of this article. I hope that you have learned from this work, since peace is everything. Like you, I want inner peace for everyone. This brings us to another point.

We cannot control others; therefore, we must learn to control self. When you spend time controlling others you are burning up energy. The energy can be utilized to find and save your inner peace.

Asking questions will bring forth light. Thus, finding inner peace means that you must learn to communicate with self. Learn the strategies of communication, or the creativity of communication. It is a tool you need to move along without stumbling along the way.

Do you believe what I said in the last few words of the sentence? If you think, you are not going to stumble along the way to finding inner peace, stop and read this article again.

 

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Challenging Life For Inner Peace (Part 1 of 2)

Challenging Life For Inner Peace

Writers looking for inner peace as well

By the time I finish writing this article I am going to need peace my self. Writing is a journey that sometimes like life is frustrating.

The career of writing like life put demands, stress, and sweat from hard work on persons. The saddest part is that the return is very little to nothing. If you believe that last remark, let me tell you another one.

Writers are people with gifts and the rewards are there, but like everything else, they arrive at a slow pace. Inner peace is similar to writing; since you work and work and work and the rewards of your efforts seem miles away.

How to achieve inner peace?

Do you want inner peace? Sure, we all want inner peace, or at least nearly all of us do. How do you achieve inner peace? Do you have the ability to use your mind over matter to control your psyche? If not then you must live, learn, read, and practice in order to reach your peace of mind.

What are you doing to achieve your inner peace? Some people go to Church believing it is the answer to finding inner quietness of the mind. This is not true in many cases. Because unfortunately like many other sources in life, churches do not always have the truth.

What is the truth? Do you know? Do you scramble through each day searching by means of the subconscious mind to find answers to your question? And yet fell to see the answers because you are afraid to meet your subconscious mind?

Until you find truth, you will not find inner peace. Regardless of what you hear throughout your lifetime the truth is somewhere within you. Even if you do not have the entire truth, you have more than you think.

We are all born with the gift of inner peace and the gift of truth. Ethnic is truth. Thus, it is people of all natures living in the world of havoc to join in union.

 

(TO BE CONTINUED)

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Meditation: A Path To Inner Peace (Part 1 of 4)

A path to inner peace

Throughout history, meditation has been an integral part of many cultures. Records indicate that meditation was practiced in ancient Greece and India more than 5,000 years ago.

In the Buddhist religion, meditation is an important part of their spiritual practice. Different forms of meditation also practice in China and Japan, and Christianity, Judaism, and Islam have traditions similar to meditation.

The word meditation comes from the Latin ‘meditari’ which means: exercise, turn something over in one’s mind, think, consider. Its definition is “consciously directing your attention to alter your state of mind.”

The alternative therapy

Meditation is one of the proven alternative therapies that in recent years have been classified under the mind-body medicine therapies.

It is continuing to gain popularity, as more and more health experts believe that there is more to the connection between mind and body than modern medicine can explain.

Meditation aids the immune system and improve brain activity, according to researchers.

More and more doctors are prescribing meditation as a way to lower blood pressure, improve exercise performance, for people with angina, to help people with asthma to breathe easier, to relieve insomnia, and generally relax everyday stresses of life.

Many hospitals now offer meditation classes for their patients because of the health benefits. All promote physiological health and well-being.

For spiritual growth, now for managing stress

Traditionally, meditation is use for spiritual growth. Recently, it become a valuable tool for managing stress and finding a place of peace, relaxation, and tranquility in a demanding fast-paced world.

Benefits resulting from meditation include: physical and emotional healing; easing stress, fear, and grief; improved breathing; developing intuition; deep relaxation; exploring higher realities; finding inner guidance; unlocking creativity; manifesting change; emotional cleansing and balancing; and deepening concentration and insight.

A.K.A (also known as)

Meditation elicits many descriptive terms: stillness, silence, tranquility, peace, quiet, and calm. All counter stress and tension.

 

Continue reading:

Meditation: A Path To Inner Peace (Part 2 of 4)

Meditation: A Path To Inner Peace (Part 3 of 4)

Meditation: A Path To Inner Peace (Part 4 of 4)