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You are Peace

You are peace.  You were born with a peaceful spirit. Believe that you are peace.

Repeat:  I AM PEACE

Yes, you are peace.  Any unfulfilling, negative emotion that anyone has (fear, anger, suspicion, viciousness, bullying, shaming, meanness, lying) is learned. Peace is innate.

The chaos and dogma and the mean-spirited acts that may surround you, you can change. One person, one act can create peace.  Peace, calm, tranquility can be achieved by you at any time and in any place. Only peace, brokered by love and good-will intention is permanent.

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Right now, you can create peace and tranquility.  A restful, peace-centered mind is and can be your domain.  All it takes is first a willingness to suspend anger, grudges, falsity, pain, blame or any negativity which dispels calm and the second order is to choose peace. Some meditate, others offer prayers or read or write or create art or dance to re-gain their inner need for peace.

Mantra:  I will not dwell on the unpleasant things of life. I will be a joyful and happy being. I am peace.

Slow down, chill out, think with your heart, create kindness.  Be gentle, look for goodness. Frame your life with mindfulness. Sing a song, write a poem. Smile. Peace, be still.

Create your tranquil space, voice words of peace, place joy in your heart. Become a well wisher for every man, woman and child; it will change the world-especially yours.

Live in peace; live for peace.

 

 

 

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What’s On Your Mind?

Developing a sense of mindfulness takes patience and practice.  Simply, you can start by asking yourself, “what’s on your mind?”

Checking in with your inner self, asking to your true inner soul what’s on your mind can guide you to pleasant retreats of mindfulness.

“In Asian languages, the word for ‘mind’ and the word for ‘heart’ are same. So if you’re not hearing mindfulness in some deep way as heartfulness, you’re not really understanding it. Compassion and kindness towards oneself are intrinsically woven into it. You could think of mindfulness as wise and affectionate attention.”    ~Jon Kabat-Zin

 

Take a few minutes and practice asking yourself “what’s on your mind?” right now. Turn off telephone, television, radio, and any other device or person that could distract you and then laser the question to your inside.

Listen, hear your heart…take time to pay attention to what is resonating within you right now. What are you hearing? What do you feel as you ask yourself (in silence or out loud) what is on my mind.

Capture the feeling, store it in your recessive progressive file of memories and come back from your inner mindful state of listening slowly and peacefully.

Check in now, how do you feel?  How did that exercise of inner listening cause a shift? What insight did you experience? Next, take a few more seconds to record in words your feelings and the active presence of the experience.

Mindfulness takes patience and practice.  One way to sustain this new activity and soon make it your new habit is to make intentional, definite plans to clear your space and mind to start first weekly inner mindfulness check in and remember to write a brief record of your examination of feelings and insights. Then when you are ready to do this exercise daily, patiently do so. Make a point to practice mindfulness when and at whatever time is prime for you.

What’s on your mind, make the discovery by feeling what’s in your heart and soul.

 

 

 

 

75 Questions: Day 30

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There are 75 days before the start of a new Gregorian calendar year. So, for the next 45 days (Monday – Sunday) the blog postings will ask you one question. That question may inspire you, it may perplex you, it may anger you, or it may tickle you.  It’s about the real in you. The deliberate intent of the 75 questions is to prompt a reaction, to get you to muse, and then get a truthful answer to the probe.

The overall intent of the 75 questions is to capture change. The questions are to be a catalyst for inner change that leaves you feeling more dynamic, powerful, intrigued, and authentic. When these salient emotions are opened up within you (they already exist), you change and your world changes and the whole world changes with you.

Post your answers, you will get a response to your replies and we will use these 75 questions to lift life as the year 2017 begins.

Question 30: What is your muse?

75 Questions: Day 21

white-lotus-flower                           Meditation allows one to know their invisible self.

There are 75 days before the start of a new Gregorian calendar year. So, for the next 54 days (Monday – Sunday) the blog postings will ask you one question. That question may inspire you, it may perplex you, it may anger you, or it may tickle you.  It’s about you. The whole thrust of the 75 questions is to prompt a reaction and honest answer to the probe.

The direct intent of the 75 questions is to capture change. The questions are to be a catalyst for inner change that leaves you feeling more dynamic, powerful, intrigued, and authentic. When these salient emotions are opened up within you (they already exist), you change and your world changes and the whole world changes with you.

Post your answers, you will get a response to your replies and we will use these 75 questions to lift life as the year 2017 begins.

Question 21: Do you meditate?