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How to Find Inner Peace

January 21st, 2014 by Hale Dwoskin

Learning how to find inner peace, for most Americans, is a misnomer. To the contrary, most of us go through our days feeling quite harried, stressed and downright frantic. Rather than feeling calm, happy and free …

  • One in four Americans feel somewhat ‘angry all the time’ while they’re at work
  • 35 percent of women have negative thoughts about their body up to five times a day
  • 40 percent of workers say their job is very or extremely stressful
  • 35-40 percent of Americans live paycheck to paycheck
  • 54 percent of Americans are concerned about the level of stress in their everyday lives
  • Nearly 19 million American adults suffer from depression during any one-year period
  • One-quarter of Americans say they have no one with whom to discuss personal troubles (more than twice the amount in 1985)

What Is Inner Peace?

Sadly, many of us are so far removed from inner peace that the very idea of it may sound abstract and even impossible.

But peace is what is natural to everyone at their core.

When you have achieved your discovery of how to find inner peace, you feel relaxed and at ease even in the middle of high-pressure situations. That rude customer service representative, the person tailgating you, or the outburst your boss had at your expense will not faze you.

But inner peace is more than simply not getting angry when you’re under stress. Inner peace is about freeing yourself from the clutches of stress, and living from a place of unlimited freedom, personal power, and joy — all while accessing your intuitive powers and higher consciousness.

Hundreds of thousands of people have already achieved inner peace by following the resolutions that follow. You, too, can join them by:

  1. Being open to the idea that your NATURAL state of being is “at peace.” If you allow yourself to be open to this possibility, then as you let go and relax into your center you will find — and live as — the peace that you are.
  2. Recognize that you can feel inner peace ALL THE TIME. This peace is completely non-dependent on circumstances — no matter how stressful they may seem.
  3. Let go of the self-limiting beliefs that are clouding your path to enlightenment.
    Do you secretly feel that your life cannot be perfect? Do you doubt that you’ll ever be happy? If you think it, IT WILL HAPPEN, and these are the thoughts that you are manifesting into reality. You must release these thoughts so you are able to move forward.
  4. Release your stress and anxiety. Each time you let go of your stress and anxiety you will feel more of the peace that is natural for you.
  5. Use The Sedona Method in your everyday life. To reach a higher level of inner peace along with a felt mastery over your life, it’s necessary to let go of your limitations, which is what The Sedona Method reminds you how to do.

Letting go is a natural ability that we all have, but as we grow older forget how to use. The Method is a simple, yet extremely powerful, tool to release all the feelings and distractions that are holding you back from inner peace.

The Sedona Method is not a form of therapy or programming. Instead, it works to help you achieve any goal you desire, whether it’s a connection to a higher power, or increased knowledge of how to live peacefully in the present.

The more you use the Method, the easier it becomes, and you WILL find — and keep — the inner peace that you so deserve and desire.

-Hale