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How to Find Peace When Your Mind Is Restless

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“Within you, there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself.” ~Hermann Hesse When I work with people who are suffering from anxiety, fear, grief, or other challenging issues, I like to take them through a simple exercise I call “The Noticing Exercise.” It’s my first port of call when helping people break free from mind-created suffering.

It’s amazing how quickly, and effortlessly, people can move from suffering to peace, simply through shifting their focus to —noticing the sensation of the body touching the chair, the ribs expanding on the in breath, or the sounds in the room.

Even deeply troubled individuals can experience peace the very first time they try this simple meditation. How is this possible? It is because peace is already there inside all of us.

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