Inner peace is the path of self-acceptance. Learn how to release pain, anger, judgment, sadness or anything limiting you from being strong in your life. My personal search led to the Tao Te Ching, which offers a simple yet comprehensive vision of personal and planetary peace. In the Tao inner and outer peace. Translated more often than any other book except the Bible, the Tao Te Ching has been a spiritual guide for centuries, helping millions find peace within.
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The Tao of Inner Peace by Diane Dreher
There's never enough to do what I want. I'm fearful of not having enough or guilty about what I have. I'm not at peace with myself. I feel frustrated, guilty, confused.
My life is filled with conflict.
I never do what I want. I'm afraid to try. I spend all my time pleasing others.
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I never accomplish anything. My life is filled with compulsive working, eating, shopping, drinking, or drugs. I'm not good enough. I'm not at peace with my world. I feel nervous, anxious, guilty, depressed when I think about the future.
I'm afraid of criminals, fascists, or communists. I have nightmares about war.
I'm afraid of tomorrow because we're killing ourselves with pollution. There's nothing I can do. I hide behind cynicism or numbness.
I feel powerless to change my world or my life.
Whatever the conflict in our lives, the first step on the path of peace is to shift our attitudes. According to the Tao, what matters is not the situation, but the way we perceive it.
A Tao person the tao of inner peace someone who recognizes and works with the patterns of nature.
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Whatever our religious background or national origin, we become Tao people when we learn to think holistically, seeing our part in the unity of life, respecting the natural cycles within and around us.
Tao people are natural problem solvers.
While others often fear conflict and change, a Tao person realizes that conflict is natural, that life constantly evolves through cycles of change.