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The Higher Good Feels Peaceful
Meditating deeply, and living in tune with the greatest good, nurtures personal peace.
When we meditate deeply we naturally quiet our body and senses. In the stillness we have a chance to dive into our inner source and resource. Quiet time is an oasis for refreshing our attitudes, thoughts, and actions - a time to realign for the greater good in our actions after meditation.
Deep personal peace is the outcome of realignment with the greatest good, mentally and in action, moment to moment.
Peace is not just something to pray for when sitting still. To experience personal peace all during the day, we must hold tight to the attitude that we will act for the greater good of situations we face all day long.
When we are faced with several ways to go, it is our inner voice of knowing consciousness that steers us to the highest path, which produces the purest result for the greatest number of people.
It may be tempting to be selfish, but that does not allow peacefulness to wash over us and bath us in the warmth of an inner glow. Whereas, looking at all the options for action from a calm point of view, gives us a chance to choose the purest and happiest way to act.
It is a matter of not disturbing our inner peace by wanting to get something just for ourselves, at the detriment to others.
Personal peace is our anchor that lets us stay tied to divine love, while at the same time being happy in the physical and mental worlds.
Time spent in meditation gives us a taste of divine love. It is up to us, by choosing for the greatest good, to extend feelings of radiant love into our whole day and remain in a mental state of peace.
Personal peace expands to universal peace, as we more and more often live for the greater good, moment to moment.
I invite you to join me in a daily group cyber meditation for personal and world peace. Click the article here to read about it.
Meditation Lessons for Teens and Adults
More than 70 offerings, from guided meditation techniques to on-the-go stress relief and relationship meditations interspersed with verse, and a section of special occasion prayers. 114 pages. PDF Ebook | EPUB | Paperback | Mac Users | B&N NOOK eBook
Meditation for All Kids
Sitting, walking, dance and group circle meditations, along with positive affirmations, verses and benefits of meditation for kids of all ages and abilities in a 100 page book with illustrations. PDF Ebook | EPUB | Paperback | Mac Users | B&N NOOK eBook
Article by Susan Helene Kramer
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