‘Finding your Peace’


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You’ve heard it before-FIND YOUR PEACE!

O.K so now I am shouting it at you. Well, not really just trying to get your attention. I want to clear something up though that maybe helpful.

Finding your peace doesn’t mean it will remain and that you will be forever more peaceful, unless of course you can remain that way no matter what is happening outside of you(which is achievable but takes focus and practice), it means just finding your peace in the moment whenever you can. And the more you find it, the more it becomes a part of your everyday.

This is what it means to me and may be helpful to you.

It means: just finding your peace in the moment whenever you can. Yes I am repeating what I just said because I want that to be one of the things  you take away from this.

It means: finding joy in your life everyday in something that you do-don’t wait for a holiday or the weekend to gain some peace. Look forward to finding peace and having fun with something or someone that makes you feel good.

It means: feeling good allows you to be peaceful.

It means: doing that thing you do that puts you in your warm and fuzzy place.

It means: just being-doing simple and appreciating simple helps you to find peace.It takes the hard work out of everything.

It means: taking out what is cluttering up your life and filling it up with what makes you feel beautiful, peaceful, joyful, loving and at ease.

It means: paying attention to your breath.

It means: knowing that you have an unlimited supply of energy and when it is managed right with the right feeling thoughts and the right feeling action, you have endless energy.

This has been what it means for me, but….what does finding your peace mean to yoU?

Make more moments to find your inner peace more often in your day and I promise you over time, you will begin to align with the more powerful, energetic, intelligent  beautiful YOU!

Thanks for visiting with me….lashings of love Jennifer

Author: Jennifer Giacoppo

I love Personal Development and I love sharing my experiences, tips and techniques on how I apply Personal Development in my life.
I am an Aussie girl who also loves Zumba, cooking, having fun, laughing a lot, redesigning and re-upholstering, gardening, meditating.
Spending time with my family and friends
I love a good meal.
I looooove a good gin and tonic.

6 thoughts on “‘Finding your Peace’”

  1. Hi Jennifer,

    What a lovely video and share of finding your peace. We all have to find that peace inside of us. Indeed, there are so many things that happen during one day, we need to remind ourselves that there is an inner peace where we need to retreat to.

    I find it in prayer. When things get too much, or I get so distracted I just stop….take a breath and pray. It always turns my mindset around.

    More importantly, I find living a life a gratefulness is living a peaceful one. Each morning before my dog jumps on my head to wake me up I think of the things I’m grateful for. It became a habit. All through the day I can be aware of the smallest things and this brings me happiness.

    Thanks for the boost of enlightenment,

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    1. Hey Donna,
      it is so lovely of you to share your gratitude. It shows what a wonderful person you are. I think that that being appreciative and happy is one of the most richest assets one can have in their life.

      Appreciating life in the moment for it’s gift.
      Prayer is so powerful and it concretes into our reality what we really are wanting. And we are always being answered.

      I love that your dog wakes you up everyday because they are such wonderful givers of love and can teach us a lot.

      I have a dog and she is just adorable. She balances our energy and is always unconditional with her love.
      Thanks for stopping by and sharing a little piece of you with us-Jennifer

  2. Hi Jennifer. I enjoyed your video. There was a time a few years ago when events going around my family were really stressful. Every evening my wife, kids and I would light a candle and gather around it to bring some peace into our space. I think it worked for us.

    I have always enjoyed watch the flame dance on top of a candle. Like you said, it is very relaxing. Other forms of meditation don’t work as well for me because I tend to fall asleep, which has its benefits too of course.

    Thank you for sharing the moment.
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    1. Hey Ben,
      thankyou for stopping by. I would have to agree with you on the topic of Meditation. It can be difficult for some. I love sharing what works in my life and how something as simple as a candle can help you to achieve enough relaxation, that it is the same as meditation.

      Actually meditation is easier than we think. Finding something to focus on that takes you away from most of your mind chatter is powerful.

      I love that you shared with your family the candle process in order to achieve some peace. I practice it every day in some form or another as it keeps me connected to the source of who I am and I often feel really good because of it. Thankyou for sharing your little story with us.-Jennifer

  3. Hi Jennifer

    I enjoyed watching your video for two reasons:

    1. The content is good
    2. I discovered you’re a fellow Aussie

    Sometimes I find it hard to relax. I’ve tried to meditate but because I have a short attention span, my mind starts wandering.

    Maybe I’ll try the candle technique

    Reading or listening to music does work – I do a lot of both.

    Thanks for these helpful tips, Jennifer

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    1. Hey Kim,
      thankyou my fellow Aussie for stopping by. Firstly I want to say to you that your mind wandering a lot is a good thing-just as long as it serves you. You don’t appear to be someone who can’t focus on something when they need to, so don’t assume that just because the candle thingy doesn’t work for you either that you need something. Music is good enough and doing it while you work is also a meditation in itself.

      In fact, one does not have to meditate at all if they are enjoying what they are doing as this is a form of meditation. Obviously taking 10 minutes of time out everyday to slow down the mind a little can be relaxing and that can happen whilst one goes for a walk or stares out into an ocean or their backyard for that matter.

      Just do what makes you feel good. Thankyou for stopping by-Jennifer

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