It’s easy to grab a dictionary or google search the definition of PEACE: freedom from disturbance; tranquility; a state or period in which there is no war or a war has ended. But how often do you evaluate what peace actually looks like in your life? Today I did just that: I was asked to Define My Peace.
Today marks my first Writing to Heal session with Shamina Williams, owner of Life Lines Professional Services, LLC, and the theme ended up being PEACE. Desiring peace in our lives is not unusual. But when you take the time to understand what peace looks like for you, you are developing a guide to create more peace in your life.
Peace is mine
When it was time to choose an affirmation to explore, I randomly chose the following: Peace is mine. Joy is mine. Freedom is mine. Strength is mine.
When I reflected on the affirmation, I came to this conclusion:
It is so important to have a growth mindset – a mindset of having the ability to change yourself and your environment for the better. Know that the hardships that you are experiencing can be lighten. Take some time to discover what peace looks like for you, set goals and implement actions to achieve that peace.
Session one was great and I am looking forward to next week for session two.
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