Choose to Be Curious and Fascinated by Life – Peace of Mind Tips!

  Choose to Be Curious and Fascinated by Life You can slog through life feeling bored, jaded and cynical, or you can approach each day as a great adventure, waiting to happen. Cultivate an attitude of fascination and enchantment with all that life presents. As you allow yourself to be…

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Give Up Worrying in Favor of Action – Peace of Mind Tips

Give up worrying in favor of action. Worrying about the possibility of things you cannot control is a huge waste of both time and energy. The mental activity of worry – without action – is disturbing and accomplishes nothing.  When you find yourself engaging in worry, determine what specifically you’re…

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Give Up Judgment for Present Moment Awareness – Peace of Mind Tips

Engage in and experience events, rather than judging them. When you indulge in judging the events and interactions of your life, your mind becomes a tempest of critical thoughts. Evaluations replace awareness and judgments lead to distance and dissatisfaction.  Choose to approach life with openness and curiosity rather than judgments,…

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Notice and Appreciate Nature – Peace of Mind Tips

Notice and Appreciate Nature There’s an amazing, wonder-filled natural world present and accessible to  you all the time.  It’s just waiting to be noticed, and to inspire awe within you.   Set aside the distractions and lift your eyes.  Take a few moments to connect with and admire the beauty,…

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Be Offended, Or Not – Peace of Mind Tips

  Suspend Your Own Right to Be Offended! This one ties in with another tip, “Decline to take things personally.”  They often go hand in hand and they both have to do with the interpretations you make about the words or actions of others. When you feel offended, it’s because you’ve…

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Peace of Mind Tips – Take Full Responsibility

  “Take full responsibility for yourself, your own needs and desires.  Let others take responsibility for theirs.” A frequent issue I encounter in with clients and others, is the mismanagement and misplacement of responsibility.  Too many people have developed the habit of taking too much responsibility for the wants and needs of others, and…

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