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5 Positive and Simple Tips to Regain Inner Peace

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5 Positive and Simple Tips to Regain Inner Peace“In times of quietness, our hearts should be like a tree, lifting their branches to heaven to draw down strength which they will need to face the storms that will surely come in life.”~Salesians of Don Bosco

When it comes to inner peace, we all automatically think we have it. If you truly ask yourself this very question – “Am I peaceful NOW?” the answer often confuses us to a point of just forgetting about it. Its far easier to shrug the mud under the carpet than to clean it. Right?!

What is inner peace? Very simply its being without any kind of inner disturbance- mentally and emotionally. Its a state of being where you are completely calm and tranquil. No externals can hinder this state of being.

Now, think about it…do you truly live in a state of peacefulness? Usually our everyday life takes over our being so completely, that we forget about truly being at peace. Our monkey mind is constantly jumping…to the point that even when we sleep, we see dreams of work or things we need to do…rather than beautiful and tranquil scenes. Which only means one thing, our days are truly NOT peaceful.

Its not always easy to calm our externals i.e. we are constantly bombarded with news(last week in particular was very unpleasantly eventful, both in India & US) of some kind of violence or something not so positive happening around in the world. In these situation you need to understand, that you can’t have control over every unpleasant thing that’s happening, but what you DO have control over is yourself.

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When we calm our mind, our thoughts, our complete being, we create in and around us a beautiful glow of positivity and peace. This glow works as a shield between our Inner peace and the external negativity that surrounds us everyday.

Here are my 5 Tips or habits which WILL help you to regain your inner peace and get that peaceful inner glow back-

5 Positive and Simple Tips to Regain Inner Peace

1. Meditate everyday – Even if its for 5 minutes. Take out the time to breathe and just Be. “I discovered the secret of the sea in meditation upon a dewdrop.” ~ kahlil Gibran

2. Engage in daily prayers – On a regular basis, take out the time to have a heart to heart with The Divine Maker. Share your day, lighten your load in that conversation. You will be amazed at how awesome you feel after it.

3. Read uplifting books – Our days are filled with reading newspapers and magazines, which bombard us with information. Not too much of this is actually uplifting to your spirit. Before going to bed, read a nice motivational or inspirational chapter. It calms your mind, uplifts you and will give you nice peaceful dreams.

4. Commune with Mother Nature – Get out for a 5 minute walk or stroll from your work day. Maybe take a short walk in the morning. Open your eyes and notice the green trees, the flowers, the birds, the beautiful sky, the butterflies. You will come back recharged, amazed and so beautifully calm.

5. Look Within – People spend lifetimes searching for happiness, looking for peace. They chase addictions, religions, even other people, hoping to fill the emptiness that haunts them daily. The irony is the only place they ever needed to search was within. So look within. Spend time getting to know your thoughts, your needs, your desires..not what the world expects of you. Peace, tranquility, happiness and calm all come from truly Knowing yourself.

Basically, the idea behind these simple tips is, that in some way, you need to try to remove yourself from the routine of the everyday world that invades your sense of inner peace. These tips help you do just that.

What about you? How do you regain your inner peace? DO you have any tips to share? Please share your wisdom in the comments below and share this article with your friends and family.


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Author: Zeenat {PositiveProvocations.com}

Counseling Psychologist/ Spiritual Counselor/Motivational Speaker/Naturopath/Holistic Healer/Writer

10 thoughts on “5 Positive and Simple Tips to Regain Inner Peace

  1. Yes Zeenat I love your quote in the graphic spoke right to my heart, Yes 5 greats tips do all although not books every day, but I always listen to something uplifting xxx

  2. All these ways resonate for me, Zeenat. I also try to remember that everything – well, most things – are impermanent and will change once again.

  3. Great tips Zeenat! Regular exercise helps me keep sane, keeping the news in the O.F.F. position also helps tremendously. And reading great blogs like yours 🙂

  4. love this Zeenat! These are great tips that are not the usual but exactly what I believe!

  5. I love the quote at the beginning referencing trees. I am such a tree lover, so that really started me off right from the beginning. Great post, Zeenat — thank you for all you do!

  6. These are great tips Zeenat! One of my favs is using the mantra “Bless and Release” anything that takes me out of my peace zone. xo

  7. Thank you Zeenat for sharing this beautiful peace. I was just have a conversation with a fellow coach about the power of quieting yourself will how it will help you to become more intimate with yourself. Beautiful energy is your writing.

  8. Love the quote Zeenat. Your tips are so valuable and when practiced daily allow life to flow so much more easily. Who wouldn’t want that? 🙂

  9. All five tips are excellent habits to cultivate, Zeenat. Inner Peace is the Holy Grail for more and more people these days…what with rushing around to conquer that ever growing to-do list.