Happiness



Happiness

My Practice for Not Taking Things Personally

Hello my friends! Happy Sunday! It was so wonderful to get so much feedback from you all about last week’s topic on not taking things personally. It’s oddly comforting, especially during these times, to know that we all experience similar life events, even when our lives’ paths are so unique...
COVID

7 Affirmations for Difficult Times.

Hello my dear friends! I hope this week has brought you some unexpected smiles and some slivers of joy even during this hardship. It can feel really challenging when we are continuously bogged down in the “negative” to find those glimmers of hope and positivity. We never know what life...
COVID

How I Manage My Relationship with Grief

Hi my sweet friends, I hope you are faring and feeling well this week. I want to talk about grief this week, and how we can work our way through it. Let’s face it, we are all grieving right now. What we are grieving and to what degree varies, but...
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Remembering Your Dreams

Happy Sunday, my sweet friends! This week I hope to keep the blog short and sweet. I had a difficult week last week. There wasn’t just one thing that was getting me down, a combination of all the life’s difficulties just hit me a little harder than usual. It felt...
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What I’ve Learned About Making Mistakes

There’s an interesting aspect about being on a path towards self-improvement, we tend to try really hard to get clear, grounded, and aligned, but we forget that we are human beings who sometimes make the wrong choices. Sometimes we can have all the right answers in front of us, and...
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In Gratitude

If you follow Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life on Instagram, this week you probably noticed we hit a major milestone: ONE MILLION supporters! For a long, long time, I really ignored numbers and stats like that. I never wanted our work to be about quantity, but rather quality and impact. I...

Editors Pick

The Practice by Barb Schmidt

Barb offers readers life-changing spiritual guidance in an easy to follow format, and what makes this book so magnificent is that she has infused her own stories and struggles to help readers connect and learn.
Gabrielle Bernstein, New York Times bestselling author of May Cause Miracles