Positivity – Getting Inner Peace

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If you have watched Kung Fu Panda, you’ll know that the journey to inner peace isn’t an easy one. And unlike the Panda in the movie – you probably have a lot more going on that just saving the world. If you are looking for ways to bring more peace into your life, then here are some tips for you.

“Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be.” Wayne Dyer

Minimal Space

If you work from home, then you should make sure that your office space is quiet and dedicated to whatever you do. So distractions are actually beneficial, like pens and notepads for doodling, stress balls and other fidget items. They can help give you brain time to think and keep your hands busy. Some people strip the room back to just a chair and a desk. The room should have what is essential for work and no clutter.

Arrive Early

If you arrive everywhere early, you will rarely get stressed out or find yourself running, sweating and looking at your watch. You can start this from the moment you get up. Set your alarm ten minutes earlier every week until you get to the time that you really want to wake up. Then leave early. It is much less stressful.

Listen and Look

For things that are positive. Every morning tune into some podcasts that make you happy. There are a lot of podcasts that are focused on positivity and inspiration. Start following a range that you can tune in to each day. Same goes for your social media, start unfolding anything that makes you feel bad and start following things that make you feel good. Look for organizations that are doing good things in the world like https://www.wopg.org/prem-rawat/.


One of the first things that happen when you are beginning to worry is that your breath starts to speed up, which causes your blood pressure to rise, and you will typically spiral from there. When you begin to feel worried, upset, or stress arise, then take 10 minutes out to start breathing in a slow and controlled way. Draw breath in for 4, hold it for 7, and slowly let it out for 8 seconds. I


How is your jaw right now? Many people are walking around with the jaw clenched and tight, and their shoulder pulled up. So where you sit right now, tense everything up. From your feet all the way up. And slowly relax it. Do this a few times and see how your shoulders and jaw feel once you’ve done it.


We are all a bit addicted to technology – so set yourself a limit. And go tech-free for a few hours each day or one morning a week. You might be surprised at what you can do in a few hours.

When bringing more peace into your life, you don’t have to hurry the process. Slow and steady is perfect.

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