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You Seem So At Peace - HOW?

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Most of us know that peace is freedom from disturbance or a place of tranquility. What if it is stopping the repetitive thought of your inner critic or bully? A decision to seek a sensation that only comes through the open window in the center of your chest...the heart's intent. Making such a decision activates the two other voices inside you that desires peace, your inner counselor and mediator. The human spirit constantly moves us toward a place of presence because it doesn't want to feel miserable. It knows that misery is a form of motivation that spikes further defense against the present moment. Only the ego would labor over what is to come or not to come. Presence just is. As the poet Rumi says, "Be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop." Let your soul be silently drawn forth so the heart can point 'the way' to what it really wants...to simply BE. When one loses the ego's 'correct' way to become this is the sensation of love. A place where one loses a sense of self that is bound by the chains of thought. Angst will vanish in such a realization. Making peace with oneself allows joy to enter. Many describe this sensation as like untying the wings of freedom. A form of flight that is vertical and spiritual by design.
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Most of us know that peace is freedom from disturbance or a place of tranquility. What if it is stopping the repetitive thought of your inner critic or bully? A decision to seek a sensation that only comes through the open window in the center of your chest...the heart's intent. Making such a decision activates the two other voices inside you that desires peace, your inner counselor and mediator. The human spirit constantly moves us toward a place of presence because it doesn't want to feel miserable. It knows that misery is a form of motivation that spikes further defense against the present moment. Only the ego would labor over what is to come or not to come. Presence just is. As the poet Rumi says, "Be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop." Let your soul be silently drawn forth so the heart can point 'the way' to what it really wants...to simply BE. When one loses the ego's 'correct' way to become this is the sensation of love. A place where one loses a sense of self that is bound by the chains of thought. Angst will vanish in such a realization. Making peace with oneself allows joy to enter. Many describe this sensation as like untying the wings of freedom. A form of flight that is vertical and spiritual by design.
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