10 Pathways to Personal Peace

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If you want peace in your life, you can have it, but you have to go inside to get it. Inside is where your real power is because it’s where you connect with your greater self. Inside is where you make the choices. Inside is where making a difference begins. As you continue on your journey to personal peace, here are some pathways to help steer you along your way.

Peace Pathway #1

Find quiet time every day to be still.

The busier your schedule, the more essential quiet time is—whether it’s only 10 minutes or an hour a day. Use this time to pray, meditate, or just listen to the truth in your heart.

Peace Pathway #2

Keep a written record of your thoughts and feelings.

You don’t have to keep a daily journal. It may just be a notebook that you only write in once a week or twice a month. The point is, writing your thoughts and feelings down will help you look back and see your spiritual growth over time.

Peace Pathway #3

Talk to yourself—lovingly.

We all talk to ourselves, consciously or subconsciously. The key is to make sure we’re talking with love. The way you talk to yourself greatly impacts the way you see and treat yourself, and subsequently the way you see and treat others.

Peace Pathway #4

Listen with your heart to strengthen your compassion.

When people are speaking to you, try to put yourself in their shoes so that you can better understand their point of view and react in a more loving way.

Peace Pathway #5

Forgive yourself and others.

Forget the pain of the past, but remember and apply the lessons.

Peace Pathway #6

Be grateful.

Count your blessings every day, and remember where they came from.

Peace Pathway #7

Honor yourself with the truth.

Be honest with yourself about everything in a loving way so that you can be more lovingly honest with others.

Peace Pathway #8

Take care of yourself.

Remember, your body is sacred. Always treat it with respect.

Peace Pathway #9

Be a cheerful giver.

Give of yourself and your possessions to others as often as you can. Giving helps you focus more on others in a loving way, and it makes room for more blessings in your life when you least expect them.

Peace Pathway #10

Be patient with yourself.

There’s still a lot you need to learn about life and love, and that’s okay.

Author: Cynthia Legette Davis

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