by | Jun 17, 2020

Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal. ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

Seeing any form of tranquility is becoming more difficult with the ongoing events of the world. Many people had mental and physical problems before Covid-19. Discrimination and racism showed its ugly face in lots of situations before the George Floyd murder. Anguish and fear were rampant in millions of lives before any lock-down situation. We are all subject to the effects of our environment and the influences of the outside world. Peace certainly can’t be achieved by any violent means. Only through understanding and having the compassion, empathy and forgiveness of love can we bring it about.

Finding inner quiet is a good start to developing world peace. When we are at one with ourselves, with our body and mind in harmony, we can spread peace. No one can create silence for you, everyone must find their own version. Like so many things it has different connotations to different people. The way we handle conflict determines how we feel peace. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion on everything. When we expect others to think or do as we do, we are not coming from a place of peace. When we accept differences and live in peace through our own acceptance, we become more powerful.

The Healthy Happy Hub hopes to help people find the calm in their own personal lives. Through our Three Wishes workshops we show how dying happily can be achieved. Leaving a legacy through how we live our life, and understanding how to build the relationships we want, helps create fulfillment. When there is peace in the home it naturally spills out to others, the right energy flows without boundaries. At we teach Seven Kriya amongst other forms of spiritual practice that help to centre the mind, body and soul. No one can give you happiness, all things must come from within you.

Namaste. Om Shanti. In Peace.



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