Are you feeling peaceful? One of the most important things to master is the ability to be peaceful in your mind. Many people are obsessed with personal development, but forget the major key piece which is keeping a peaceful mind. A peaceful mindset can help us make better decisions, have positive emotions, and reach our highest creativity potential. When feeling restless, we tend to be irrational, carry more stress or irritation, and lack focus. By mastering a peaceful mindset, we begin to think and perform as our highest potential self. Mastering a positive mind, allows us to grow to a whole new level of living and viewing life.
So where do we begin to find stillness? We begin by observing our thoughts and quieting our mind through meditation. We begin to observe what we think and feel. By observing our thoughts, we begin to be aware of what is going on in our head. Through awareness we can then learn to choose what we think. As we choose what we have for lunch everyday, we can can choose what we think and feel. Through observation we hear our negative thoughts, and through choice we learn to replace those thoughts. We can observe a negative thought, and tell ourselves a more positive one to replace it. A thought is a choice and so is our everyday mindset. Through choice we learn to use positive statements and intentions to program our mind to be more peaceful. Then, through observation we learn to let go of things that make us feel less peaceful. To master our minds, is to master the ability to be our best self. Through peace, we find our creativity, our purpose, our drive for life, and the things that make us truly happy. Allow yourself to find peace, and you will notice that all the things around you will be much brighter than they were before.
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Many of us have the inner critic that likes to tells us what a screw up we are or how we are always going to be a failure when trying new things. Some people also have the tendency put themselves down, assume they are going to be rejected , or that they do not deserve the things their heart is telling them to go after. When we go through the act of putting ourselves down, we are in turn rejecting ourselves, rather than sending ourselves love. Anytime we talk bad about our looks, our intelligence, or our accomplishments, we are telling ourselves that the way we currently are as a person, is unacceptable. When we are in constant put down mode, we in turn have a low sense of self or low self-esteem. In order to feel at peace or find a higher sense of self, we must first learn to accept who we are at any given moment.
True self acceptance is absolute love and kindness at all times, without judgement. So, in order to feel at peace with ourselves, kindness and self-compassion should be embraced daily. We as human beings need to give ourselves that ability to be real. To be real is to be imperfect. And being imperfect is what we all truly are. Each of us has things about ourselves or our situations that we may not love at the moment. But, as people we must learn the ability to embrace being imperfect. Instead,we all just need to be ok being real. Be real with your failures, your flaws, and the circumstances that leave you not being the person you thought you should be at a certain age. Instead, love the person you are now and not the person you are hoping to become. We may not be where we want to be, or look the way we want to but that doesn't mean we can't love ourselves unconditionally. By learning to love yourself unconditionally, you will find confidence in your weaknesses and will realize that no one is going to judge you for them. Once, you learn to release judgement from yourself, you will notice that the world around you feels more peaceful. Acceptance of self, brings you a higher sense of self. A higher sense of self will show you that as you become ok with being real, so will all world around you. Bring acceptance with you each day through both good and bad moments. Make a promise to yourself to always talk good to yourself, and others will begin to do the same. Let go of the inner critic, and be ok with being imperfect.
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