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How to Find Peace While in a Storm

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By Mikkie Mills

Whenever you open your eyes, you find yourself staring into the eye of a storm. You feel as if nothing in your life is going the way that you want it. Maybe even your body is turning against you and it causes you pain that interferes with your daily activities. There are ways to find peace, even amongst all the heartache that you are facing. To aid you, here are ways that you can find tranquility. Let them be your guidebook as you make your way back to a life full of happiness.


One of the biggest things that is causing your stress is that you can’t seem to find peace within your own mind. The news of the world clatters around in your head and your thoughts drive away any moments of calm. What you need to do is meditate. At first, it will seem frustrating and futile. The thoughts will continue to bang around your temples and make you restless as you attempt to meditate. But close your eyes and listen to a guided meditation. Focus on the voice of the person who is speaking and allow their presence to draw you into a state of wellbeing. A major aspect of meditation is breath because to concentrate and let the world slip from you, you need to be able to focus on your breathing. Practice focusing on your breath when you feel your mind begin to pull you back into the world.


Yoga has been shown to restore peace of mind to your body and align your emotions to allow yourself to have better control over them. Yoga uses every muscle in your body to balance in positions that pull your fragile mind back together. Yoga also promotes healing in the body and helps with day-to-day concentration. If your body is struggling to wake up in the morning and is fighting against aches and pains, then wake up with a short yoga routine. Allow yourself to explore the possibilities that your body has and allow it to speak to you. If there is pain that is persistent, then you might need to look into non-invasive stem cell therapy to fix any problems that cannot be solved through yoga and meditation.

Find Religion or Purpose

Religion is often extremely unique from person to person. Some people find it easier to follow the path of their parents and others break off to find their own religious paths. Religion is vital to finding peace in your life—and not necessarily a traditional religion. To find peace, you need to have something to believe in. It doesn’t have to be a Christian denomination or anything like that. It just has to be something that connects you to something greater. It has to give you purpose in your life. The point of finding a religion is the importance of having a direction in your life. Something that gives you a reason to breathe and live every single day. Find something that helps you to feel connected to the earth and to the people around you.

Try Something New

Try something that you can feel dedicated to. Think about the life around you and learn to respect it. You might even look into the healing benefits of a holistic plant-based lifestyle in which you dedicate your lifestyle as one that doesn’t harm other living things. Living plant-based means that you don’t consume meat or harm the animals around you. It can open your eyes to a world of empathy and give you the mental capacity to change something for the better in the world.

Your life should be happy and fulfilling. You should be able to wake up every morning excited to live your life and excited to meet the people who you will meet that day. To do that, you have to get through the storms that life throws your way. Find peace in meditation and yoga and look for a purpose in your life. Find something that grounds you to the earth, whether that be a religion, a lifestyle, a belief, anything. We all have something that sustains us. Find that thing for yourself.

About Mikkie Mills: “I’m a Chicago native who loves to share her expertise about personal development and growth. When I’m not writing, I’m chasing the little ones around or rock climbing at the local climbing gym.” More articles by Mikkie.
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