Inner Peace Importance and Meaning
The Importance and Meaning of Having Inner Peace …
Do you have inner peace?
That question might be difficult to answer straight up, and maybe it’s not something you spend much time thinking about. The truth is inner peace is a very important topic and something worth giving some time to both understanding and developing within yourself.
Perhaps you are the type of person who thinks to have inner peace you will have to have a lot of time to meditate and just contemplate life and the universe etc.
Maybe you are someone who feels you don’t have time for something so ‘other worldly’ as chasing after ‘inner peace’.
You might be surprised to learn how inner peace is in fact, something which can have a significant impact on your whole life, your health, and even to some degree your ability to be successful in life.
Achieving a state of ‘inner peace’ is definitely worth working towards achieving as early as possible in your life, although, it’s never too late to start this journey towards balance and harmony.
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Having inner peace doesn’t mean the total absence of anxiety, fear, or other negative emotions, however, it will mean you will be able to deal with these things when they come along in a much healthier way.
One of the many benefits of developing inner peace is the ability to focus more and cope with distractions in a more positive way. It also develops a level of patience and tolerance and will help you to experience more contentment.
“The life of INNER PEACE, being harmonious and without stress, is the easiest type of existence.” Norman Vincent Peale
What Does it Mean to Have Inner Peace?
Why is it that so many people don’t experience inner peace, or they think it’s just something for those people who seek a more spiritual path in life?
Perhaps it’s because so many of us don’t consider inner peace as being all that significant. It’s certainly not something we get taught as children. Well, not most of us at least. We don’t usually get taught about it in school or at home.
Inner Peace Mental and Physical Health
It’s a shame this topic isn’t taught to all of us as children growing up; it might mean there would be fewer mental health problems and even fewer physical health problems in the world.
Most of us want to be happy and successful in life, and it could be through achieving a state of inner peace that we would be more likely to achieve both things.
Inner peace could be seen as a foundation or an anchor which enables us to build or hold onto those things which are most important in our lives. Such as a sense of purpose, fulfilment, and contentment. It will also give us the strength and resilience to handle the challenges which inevitably come to us throughout life.
Everyone will have to face adversity and challenges in one form or another. How well we are able to cope with these things will in large part depend on the level of inner peace we have developed.
Therefore it’s a foundation to build health and happiness, success and accomplishments. At the same time, it’s an anchor to keep us grounded and help prevent us from becoming thrown too far from our goals and purpose in life.
It’s often those who lack inner peace who get to a point where they cannot cope with the problems they inevitably experience. So, the importance of developing a strong sense of inner peace as early as possible in life cannot be over-emphasized.
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Jean Roman says
Thanks for sharing this information Diana. I resigned/retired from my day job on December 1st. I loved my job, however I don’t do well being micro-managed. I have over 20 years experience with Event Management, and although I make mistakes & am always trying to learn more I do have a good understanding of the biz shall we say.
I was having heartburn to the point of having to take an over the counter med daily!!! The stress that my boss caused me was intense. Since my last day, I have not had heartburn once!!!!
My inner peace now that I am focusing on my own ambitions, & my businesses have resurfaced the inner peace I had before I took that job. There are a few other things which have improved as well… but stress & the people who cause it can destroy ones inner peace.
Learning how to walk away can help that.
Thanks again, & good luck in the UBC.
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After many years of therapy, I believe that for the most part that I have inner peace. It helps that many family issues have been resolved, even though it took up to 30 years!!! I completely agree that inner peace is an important topic to focus on and work towards achieving. Life can get turbulent at times with all the stresses of daily life, and we should all strive to maintain an inner sense of peace, even in challenging moments. It’s never too late to start working on your mental wellbeing and our emotional response affects not just our own lives but also how we interact with those around us. By learning how to cope in a calmer manner and becoming better able to handle stressful situations, it can help us become healthier both mentally and physically. Understanding that inner peace does not mean complete absence of negative emotions gives us permission to still feel these things without being hard on ourselves for not striving for perfection. I believe everyone would benefit from taking the time to cultivate inner peace and focus our attention into being more present in the moment and living each day with purpose.
Diana Walker says
Thank you so much, Julie, for your comment and your deep insight into taking time to cultivate inner peace.
Diana Walker says
Yes, Exactly, Jean – Event Management can be a very stressful job, I am thinking. Sounds like you were under so much stress! So happy to hear you are enjoying inner peace now. Thanks so much for your input! Diana