Posts Categorized: Inner Peace

Inner Peace Tip # 14 – How to Tap into Inner Peace After Receiving a Big Disappointment?

You received bad news. You were just fired.  Your significant other didn’t keep their word. You lost a client. You didn’t win the proposal. There are a myriad of ways, we humans, can get disappointed in life. Disappointment only comes when we get attached to life unfolding a certain way, and then resist what happens… Read more »

Inner Peace and the 7 Keys to Profound Happiness – #5 Honor Your Spirit's Guidance

How have I responded to Spirit over the last week? Being attuned to my “inner voice” AND responding to it is another key to profound happiness for me.  By honoring our “inner guidance” consistently, a natural rhythm emerges.  My intellect believes it knows what my best path is.  However, the “real me” knows better.  I’ve… Read more »

Inner Peace Tip #13 – How to Deal with Unreasonable Customers Without Losing Your Inner Peace?

People and customers will be unreasonable some of the time.  It’s unreasonable to think people and customers shouldn’t be unreasonable – at least some of the time.  Have you ever had an unreasonable moment?  I sure have.  Typically, my unreasonable moments happen when I get attached to an idea or thought, that isn’t happening in… Read more »

Inner Peace, Zen and the Art of Moving

First off, before I move…I set an intention of having “the most effortless, flowing, stress-free move I’ve ever experienced”. I imagine everything coming together neatly into boxes, things moving quickly, nothing getting damaged…..and most importantly ME EXPERIENCING PEACE throughout the day. There are ALWAYS THINGS WE CANNOT PREDICT OR CONTROL in the outside world —… Read more »

Inner Peace and the 7 Keys to Profound Happiness – #4 Grounding in Stillness

When my husband and I first attended Adyashanti’s Five Day Silent Meditation Retreat, I had NEVER been a big meditator. It’s actually been my intention to meditate as a “daily ritual” – for well over a decade.  However, spending five full days in silence with Adyashanti is a great way to kick-start a meditation practice.  It… Read more »