December 13, 2010 by  
Filed under Practical Spirituality

“At Peace: Does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or work.

It means to be in the midst of all of those things and still be calm in your heart.”

Maintaining your sense of calm is important to remember at any time of year but especially now as the holidays are in full swing.

Even though I’m doing minimal shopping this year (I’ll be donating to the SCPCA to honor my friends and family),  I’m still busier than usual with all the holiday events, parties end-of-year business activities and I imagine you are to0.

You can stay calm even in the midst of seeming chaos if you MAKE THE CONSCIOUS CHOICE that maintaining your Inner Power is a top priority to you.

Frequently we go through our days making the CLOCK our priority — getting kids to and from school, keeping appointments, preparing meals. But if we make our Inner POWER our top priority, it helps us manage all those ACTIVITIES much more easily and gracefully.

My big tip for staying peaceful is to consciously remember to take deep breaths throughout the day. Yeah, I know that’s simple, but you can turn it into a habit.  As you get into or out of the car, stop for a second and just take a nice deep breath before setting off or arriving at your destination.

Notice too whether your shoulders are up around your forehead! We hold a lot of stress in our shoulders and necks and the simple act of consciously lowering your shoulders back to their normal position will bring you instant relief I promise!

You can also schedule a 15-minute laser-focus session with me to get a quick de-stress! You’d be amazed how much better you can feel even with a short session!

You always have the opportunity  (should you decide to take it!) to choose calm as a priority and enjoy the benefits of claiming YOUR Inner Power!

Rainbow blessings to you!

P.S.  Give yourself (or someone else you care about)  an extra boost of calm  and schedule your laser-focus calming session now!

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