My most vivid memories of peacefulness always included rocks, water, and the bush. The waves against the shoreline, the green moss along the deer trail in the bush. The bright sunshine glistening off the water or shining through the trees. The beauty of all the little things nature gives us.
But on the other hand, when I was in a really good sunshiny mood and living in the middle of a large city, I would love to walk to the local park and just watch the people having fun laughing, and meeting up with family and friends. More joyful than peaceful. Enjoying the city around me.
It’s important for each of us to find that place of peace. A place where we can stop and just breathe. That’s our only goal is to breathe and look at the world around us. Find a place that has no pain associated with it. A place where every muscle in your body relaxes. Contemporary people have increased the usage of spas. And I believe that it’s because they haven’t found their relax place. Their happy place.
So be conscious of where your happy place is. Find it and use it. Your mind and body will tell you where your happy place is. Listen. It is where your deepest breath feels like every one of your senses are alive and happy.
May I be safe. May I be healthy. May I be happy. May I live with ease.