Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 Focus: I recognize that the possibilities for joy are all around me.

There are no mental conditions for happiness. The simple pleasures of a sunrise or a sunset, the breeze on your face, a smile that seems to reach into every cell of your body, or a heartfelt conversation are always available.

When you’re able to let go of thinking and relax, the clouds part. You automatically become like a child again and feel the radiant joy of the inner sun.

When you feel “crazy busy,” try taking a breath, and let go of whatever is on your mind. Think, Here I am. Let your body relax, and feel your connection to the larger whole. This is not an easy task, but it becomes more and more possible with practice. Here you are. The possibilities for joy are all around you.

Excerpted from the article:
Inner Peace: Do You Already Have It?
by Joan Borysenko.

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Inner Peace For Busy People
by Joan Borysenko.
Inner Peace For Busy People by Joan Borysenko.Inner Peace for Busy People consists of 52 weekly entries that are both inspirational and practical. Through story and science, spirituality and humour, readers are given simple skills to help them change their lives and attitudes to recover inner peace, one week at a time. Joan Borysenko demonstrates that you don’t have to be a monk to walk your life’s journey with graciousness and joy. All that is required is to pay attention, choose wisely, and live with purpose and passion.

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