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Inner Peace

Inner peace—also understood as serenity, calmness, or stillness and sometimes called equanimity—describes feeling deeply calm. It is the ability to be present in each moment and see one’s own path clearly from a core of stability. Many step onto the road of spirituality in a search to reach this state of being, a state that will keep us balanced, like a gyroscope, no matter how much our inner or outer world is spinning around us. The religious, mystic, and psychological traditions all recognize that we desire a calm inner state and have developed their practices to provide many avenues to reach it. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Conscious Living: Finding Joy in the Real World

In his bestselling book Conscious Loving, pioneering therapist Gay Hendricks taught couples how to find balance and happiness in relationships. Now he gives us Conscious Living, a practical guide for the individual that brings new insights into a fundamental truth of daily life.

The Voice of Knowledge: A Practical Guide to Inner Peace

In The Voice of Knowledge, Miguel Ruiz reminds us of a profound and simple truth: The only way to end our emotional suffering and restore our joy in living is to stop believing in lies — mainly about ourselves.

The Invitation

Shared by word of mouth, emailed from reader to reader, recited over the radio, and read aloud at thousands of retreats and conferences, The Invitation has changed the lives of people everywhere.

Inner Peace for Busy Women

This is a book about getting real. It tells the truth about busyness and peace in a way that can help us women change our lives. Until quite recently, it was politically incorrect to mention that balancing work and family, while having any time left to nurture our spirit, was a tall order.

Let That Sh*t Go: Find Peace of Mind and Happiness in Your Everyday

It’s no wonder you can’t calm down: your to-do list is as long as your arm, your bank balance keeps dropping, you feel guilty for not calling your parents more often and there always seems to be a big deadline to meet at work.

WHAT MIGHT HELP

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