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How To Let Peace Into Your Everyday Life


As we get older, our lives can get more and more busy and hectic. Always having some work to do can have you feeling stressed as you never get the chance to calm down and just be. Being overwhelmed with stress can drain away your energy leaving you tired and unable to see how things can change. However, they can change with a little bit of effort from you.

Practice mindfulness
Meditation and mindfulness can take many different forms, and there is no right or wrong way to do it. Meditation can help you to clear your mind through stillness. Practicing mindfulness can make us aware of things. They are both practices that can help with the other. They are both ways that you can take time out of your day to help you relieve your tension and feel more at peace. There are apps and books that you can use to help you meditate and practice mindfulness. Try to find something that helps you most.

Read and listen to inspirational messages
Reading and listening to something inspirational every day can help you to feel more uplifted and positive. It could be a short quote on an instagram post, or you could listen to a talk by Ambassador of Peace Prem Rawat, https://www.wopg.org/prem-rawat/, to see what messages you can take away. Sometimes there is too much negativity, and you just need to hear something positive.

Let go of perfectionism
Everything in life that you do can’t be perfect, so it is unproductive to beat yourself up about things when they don’t turn out right. Instead of being negative, you should try and look at all the positives that you have from the experience. You will always be making progress, so whether or not you do something perfect, you would have learned something and progressed on your journey. It's better to do something imperfectly, than never at all.

Take notice of nature
Taking the time to step outside, go for a walk and notice the world around you can be extremely good for your health. Even if it is just on your commute home from work, taking your time and stopping to smell the roses, can give you more perspective and increase your overall happiness. We miss so much when we are rushing around. So it is just nice to take it all in.

Keep your space mess and clutter free
A cluttered, messy space can contribute to your mind feeling cluttered and messy. Taking the time to put things away and keep your space clean can help your mind to feel more orderly and relaxed. This goes for your workspace too. Don’t give yourself too much to focus on, only have what is necessary for you to complete your work, even if all that is on your desk is a computer and a drink to keep you hydrated.



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