Peace Meditation


We get so caught up in the complexities of our busy lives that it takes a toll on our minds. We are distanced from our nature. Every human has a limitless ocean of joy within. Love is present at the very core of our being. It is our very nature and meditation, the age-old practice of calming the mind is the way to repose in our true self. It is the need of the hour to relieve our mind of negativity. To shake ourselves free of stress and tension. In the olden days, meditation was used to find enlightenment. Today, meditation is seen as an effective remedy to deal with the stresses of daily life. To address the conflict in our mind and in society too.

Meditation is the best way to take deep rest and be alert at the same time. It is a skill that calms the mind and allows you to get in touch with your inner self. It is the precious inner peace that is derived by meditating, by sitting still with ourselves for a few minutes. The result of meditation is precious – it takes us to our Self – that too in just a few minutes.

As humans we are all looking to find inner peace in this often stressful world. Inner peace is the key to happiness and to a life free from stress While there are many ways of finding inner peace—ranging from exercise to positive thinking and even to hypnosis—meditation is the number one way to achieve inner peace.

With this guide to how to find inner peace through meditation, you’ll open yourself up to a new level of relaxation and contentment, truly discovering a peaceful existence.


  1. 1As with the majority of meditations, to begin this meditation first find somewhere quiet where you will not be disturbed for ten to twenty minutes.
  2. 2Sit comfortably with good posture. You may wish to sit in the lotus position, with your legs folded, or you may kneel.
  3. 3Cup your hands together on your lap with the palms facing upwards. Lightly touch your thumbs together.
  4. 4Focus your mind on your breathing. Specifically, focus on the area between your nose and your lips. Observe your breath coming and going through this area.
  5. 5You will notice that thoughts occupy your mind from time to time. This is okay. You do not need to resist the thoughts, but you should not attach to them or dwell on them either. Simply recognize that you are experiencing thought and return your focus to your breathing.
  6. 6You may wish to add a mantra to this practice. A mantra is a phrase that produces specific feelings. For instance, a simple mantra might be “I am calm and at peace.” Recite this mantra, either out loud or in your mind, as you continue to focus on your breath.
  7. 7Continue this practice for ten to twenty minutes. You will find your mind opening and your body and mind relaxing.
  8. 8Using this exercise for ten to twenty minutes a day will promote a deep inner peace which will last throughout the day.

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