Disconnect to Connect: Journey to Sobriety

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INNER PEACEººº

“Stop, breathe deeply, stay still, be calm, communicate with your inner man, have Inner Peace…..” Po was told.  The Kung fu panda, you remember don’t you. Master Shifu sure knew what he was doing telling a troubled panda to have inner peace.Stupid as it may seem, it’s the truth. Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hardwork. Rather it means to be in the misdt of all the noise, troubles and chaos and still be CALM IN YOUR HEART. Now don’t get me wrong, i didnt say you should play deaf to the things happening around you, I mean having a quite and still mind; your inner man needs to talk too. Even dear Buddha said and I quote “True and lasting inner peace can never be found in external things. It can only be found within.  And then, once we find and nuture it within ourselves, it radiates outward.”-Buddha. As my mum puts it “there are lots of annoying containers everywhere, your ability to deal with them, strenghtens your inner man and nourishes inner peace.” What kind of container are you dealing with; is it pain, malice, anxiety, worry, depression, boredom, hatred…..Nothing is worth losing your inner peace. Take action as circumstances require,  but never surrender your inner peace. Its simple; Disconnect with the outer world and Connect with your inner man, he’ll take you on an awesome Journey to Sobriety. Trust me or rather ‘trust him’. So right now I’m going to join Master Shifu in finding inner peace…Stop.Breathe deeply.close my eyes.Breath deeply again…..ahhhhh…..Relax….peace…peace….peac…eeeee *silence*

 

 

 

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