04 Jan How To Get Peace Of Mind In Life

When we ask ourselves the question “ How to get peace in life ”, whether it may stem from long term sadness or something deep that happened just moments ago, simply keep in mind that peace can only come to those who meditate.

Because unless you take time to connect with yourself, and quieten the mind and slow down your thoughts and emotions, you will not be able to get answers to how to get peace in life. 

Why we say meditation is best, is because of the amazing effect it has on the mind when you let go of thoughts and give into relaxation. Since we live in a fast-paced world, we tend to think of fast-paced solutions and shortcuts as a way of life- and usually it is needed to be successful, BUT every action outside of work, especially when it comes to the people around us- loved ones or colleagues, involves a lot of day to day communications and emotions, so unless you think mindfully and think slowly before reacting to situations- you will say things you don’t mean or don’t want to. That’s why it’s important to meditate!


inner-peace-begins-the-moment-you-chose-not-to-allow-anotherperson-o-event-to-control-your-emotions-1Another factor leading to inner peace and leading to how to get peace in life - is not let outside or external factors affect your health and well being. When you have strong values that you believe in, nothing should be able to interfere with those values. For example: If you feel like a good value to have in life is to be efficient at doing what you love, then nothing should prevent you from doing the best. Doesn’t matter if people make fun of you or if you look silly - as long as you know that you about to close in on success, don’t let the thoughts or fragments of the imagination of others, pull you down and away from your core values.

Try to define your own core values by being in touch with your thoughts through meditation. Write down what makes up your internal values and live by that- not by looking for approval or compliments from outside, but from within.

Becoming a peaceful and stress free individual calls for dedicating yourself to understanding that - you might be able to control everything around you, but you can control how you react to it.

Let me give you an example: If you and your close friend or parents or boyfriend/girlfriend disagree on something, it often leads to tension and fights. Now you cannot see this tension coming, there will be no warning at any point of time- that a fight or argument or disagreement will occur today or tomorrow, but to have a happy life, you have to be able to force yourself to react slowly.

There is something important we miss when we hear a statement. Usually, we become emotional based on a statement- a positive statement( you got a promotion) = happy emotions and a negative statement (you’re fired) = angry or sad emotions. So between each statement and emotions, we miss the invisible creations of thoughts that produce the final emotion. So taking control of your thoughts first, and slowing them down and telling yourself to not get dragged into negativity will affect your emotions and thus, get you closer to how to get peace of mind in life.

buddha-was-asked-what-have-you-gained-from-meditation-he-replied-nothinghowever-let-me-tell-you-what-i-have-lost-anger-anxiety-depression-insecurity-fear-of-old-age-and-deathThis will not only help those who are single but is a crucial element in emotional development among’st families with kids. We want our children to live by the examples we set for them- so set a great example by making meditation a part of everybody’s daily life.

Meditating first thing in the morning has proven to be very beneficial to those who truly want inner peace in life. It may take some time, but all good things do. It’s important to be patient with yourself and take gentle steps towards change. If you would love to hear some guided meditation sessions, do check out our mindfulness and meditation app-AWARE.

It will get you one step closer to getting peace of mind in life.


2016-11-15-19-46-35Nehita Abraham

Nehita is a mindfulness expert who writes extensively on lifestyle management, wellness and ways to lead a healthier and a happier life. She is a part of Aware’s expert team on meditation. She is also an avid artist who spends most her time dribbling amazing stories through art.



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