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It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work.
It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart.

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3 Tips For Achieving Peace. 
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One: It is physiologically impossible to be angry when your muscles are relaxed.
Anger cannot exist without muscle tension and neither can fear. Get in the habit of relaxing your body without tensing one single muscle. Free yourself of anger and fear to be at peace.

Two: Lighten up your environment - release negative energy in your home.
Everything in your home, each and every one of your possessions has memory, association or meaning attached to it.  Each item symbolizes something to you personally.  When you look at something negative, it lowers your energy. When you look at something positive, it raises your energy.  Take a look around your home.  If something has a negative association  like an item from a relationship that ended, something that is broken, or something the family fights about, it will create unnecessary negative energy in the home. The more negatives you have around the house, the more negative the energy in the house.  Getting rid of all the negatives and surrounding yourself with positives raises the energy in the house, keeps your energy positive, and supports peace. 

Three: Where attention goes, energy flows - feed a positive seed.
Whatever you give your attention to, you give your energy.  That's how we make mountains out of molehills.  We have the ability to make some big, ugly mountains or we can make some big glorious mountains.  When we are surrounded by positives, it's easier to make the glorious mountains.  There are many places around the home where we can place an inspirational picture, symbol, or words.  Early in the morning when you are looking in the bathroom mirror brushing your teeth and fixing your hair, what could be there inspiring you?   When you are on your way out the door heading to a job that some days you like and some days you don't, what could be on the wall by the door to give you inspiration to start your day?  It can be a picture, a symbol, or words in a frame.  It doesn't take much.  It doesn't need to be fancy.  It just needs to be something you really connect with.

We're all connected by this energy that we're made of.  Where our attention goes, energy flows. What are you going to give your energy to today?  

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