Inner Peace Is Yours

By on March 1, 2012

By Joanne White –

I’ve been giving an old idea more space in my life and it’s very satisfying. I’ve invited calm in and made a comfortable place for her to reside.

In turn, she’s taught me to experience what it’s like to be truly centered and balanced. How empowering it feels to act and make decisions from this place.

Gift of Creativity:

I’m not suggesting I’ve attained perfect results; I’m human after all. Yet, there are rewards in viewing our lives in a less volatile manner, such as increased health and clarity.

From this calm comes the most exquisite creativity. When our minds are freed from the shackles of worry and reaction, bountiful creative ideas flow easily. Why not catch one.

Give Inner Peace A Chance:

In spite of what’s going on around you with loved ones, your jobs, the political climate or the economy, you too can create a place of quiet inside, that’s not affected by prevailing external conditions.

Inner calm and peace can be your constant companion through which you gauge the world.

Sound Bites:

There are many ways to reach that calm more efficiently. Music helps us relax and transcend our experiences. Turn on music, that vibratory wonder, to help tune your brain waves to calm.

Play music when possible to train your mind and body to become more comfortable with this state. The idea is to reproduce frequently and at will, this peaceful state that you’ve grown accustomed to.

Movement to Ease You:

Walking, especially in nature, gives us another wonderful vehicle for inner calm. I find this to be one of my favorite times to take in the beauty all around me and feel more connected to everything and so much fuller because of the experience.

Meditation:

Prayer also has a quieting and meditative effect that’s powerful and uplifting. This takes practice and some effort to teach the chattering mind-child within to quiet down. As you listen to what’s not being said, you peace from the inner quiet.

Too often, I’ve met adults who are uncomfortable just being alone. For them, each moment needs to be filled with others, with external noise and inner chatter.

Yet, it’s so valuable to take time to be in the quiet. These moments can give us a different spin on what’s important and teach us.  Practice is necessary and patience is one of your greatest allies.

For me, these quiet moments are among my greatest teachers. The inner peace doesn’t have to disappear. Calm can be sustained. As I learn to transfer more calm into my daily living, I become more grateful. You can too!

 

International author and speaker, Dr Jo Anne White, is a Certified Professional Coach, Business Consultant and Energy Intuitive. For over two decades, she’s been teaching the Law of Attraction, using the principles to enrich the lives and businesses of her clients. Her website: http://www.drjoannewhite.com/.

About Dr. Jo Anne White

Dr. Jo Anne White is an International Author and Speaker, Certified Professional Coach and Energy Intuitive who gets to the heart of what matters most to businesses and people. She specializes in Innovation, Transformation and Energy Medicine. For over two decades she’s been applying and teaching the Law of Attraction, using the principles to enrich the lives and businesses of her clients. Her website, http://www.drjoannewhite.com/.

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Inner Peace Is Yours