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04-21-06 Living a Peaceful Life
How to Live a Peaceful Life: Tips for Slowing Down & Enjoying Life
Life on the fast track will eventually take its toll on your health and your relationships with others. The pressure to perform and live up to unrealistic expectations often leaves you yearning for a simpler, more peaceful life. By adjusting your schedule, reprioritizing your life, and changing your physical environment you will attain the life you desire. Not quite! It is important to take time for yourself and foster your relationships with your friends. Dinner can be simple -- you can find an inexpensive restaurant or try a new recipe at home! Click on another answer to find the right one
Resolve to each job in a relaxed way, with all your attention. In our daily lives, we often rush through tasks, trying to get them done, trying to finish as much as we can each day, speeding along in our cars to our next destination, rushing to do what we need to do there, and then leaving so that we can speed to our next destination. Join two million breath-taking readers: rss email twitter facebook.
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How To Live A Peaceful Life
We have had a number of weeks focusing on goals, success and preparing yourself for Life is all about balance. Being productive and achieving success is one half of the equation but there is an equally important other half and that is finding peace in your life. Take it away, Solony! Living in peace is about living harmoniously with yourself, others, and all sentient beings around you. Living in peace is both an outward and an inward process. Inwardly, we all need to search our hearts and minds and understand the fear that causes the impulse for violence.
We live in a society where we often rush through tasks, trying to get them done as quickly as posssible and finishing as much as we can each day even for those of us living on the Outer Banks! Unfortunately, we don't take the time to realize how unnecessary it all is. It is possible to live a simpler life - one where you truly enjoy each activity. One where you are present in everything you do. If you'd like to live a more peaceful life, here are some suggestions on how you can slow down and live in the moment. What do you really want to be doing? Who do you want to spend your time with?
For most of my life, I was stuck in my head. I always wanted to be somewhere else, someone else. After years of quietly suffering and pretending to be happy , I came to understand that my stuckness was caused by numbness—physical, emotional, and spiritual. I was constantly experiencing back pains and a general heaviness in my body. Also, I felt inadequate and insecure in most of my intimate relationships. Emotionally: I never felt good enough to speak my truths and share how I really felt.