Free-floating anxiety blocks our inner peace and happiness. Fear may lurk in the background, or even be dominant. When this is chronic we assume it is natural. We assume everyone is the same. Meditating and focusing our mind in the present, over time, diminishes our anxiety and fear. We reconnect with our inner calm, peace, and joy. Increasing our concern for others reduces our self-preoccupation, and reduces our anxiety. Seeing ourself and the world as like a dream gives us perspective from the destructive emotions, again enhancing our inner peace and happiness.
Inner peace is essential for wellbeing. Without it we often feel anxious, fearful, and suspicious. So how do we cultivate inner peace? There is no magic. You’ve received all the advice/teachings. Now we must make […]
Sometimes we can’t decide what to do. The more we try the more paralysis sets in. We feel insecure and start to doubt ourselves. Insecurity makes it even harder to come to a decision. Anxiety […]