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7 Tips To Find Inner Peace In The Midst of Chaos

Peace of mind is defined as a mental state of calmness or tranquility and a freedom from worry and anxiety. Given the current state of the world, it may be difficult or close to impossible for most to find a peace of mind. However, I can assure you that it is still obtainable despite the circumstances.

Finding this place of calmness is possible with practice. Developing your mental muscle is the same as working any other muscle in your body. The more you develop this habit the easier it will be to live in this constant state of peace. I will help you navigate your everyday life and find inner peace in the midst of chaos.

Here are 7 suggestions to help create a peace of mind:


Meditation has been known to increase calmness, overall health and well-being. It also teaches you how to respond rather than react to situations in your life and be purposeful about your actions.

Meditation can also help to improve your immune system which is critical at this time. So, take 10 minutes out of your day to start your journey to inner calmness and meditate.

Speak Positive Affirmations

Positive Affirmations are very powerful and can reprogram your brain and the way you think. You can teach yourself to remove fear and anxiety by the simple repetition of positive words. The power of the tongue is REAL!  When affirmations are repeated over and over again, they slowly began to change your train of thought and your perspective of the world.

You’ll begin to process and see things differently ultimately manifesting your affirmations into your life. As a good practice before you start your day, look into a mirror and repeat positive affirmations to yourself for 2 minutes ️

Put Down Your Phone

Performing a Digital Detox periodically can help restore balance between the digital world and reality. Being constantly glued to your phone can create unhealthy feelings of jealousy, envy, and loneliness.

In addition, constant phone usage can encourage a lack of physical activity and cause strain upon your eyes, joints and muscles especially in the neck and back area.

Therefore, take a break and allow yourself to connect to the real people in front of you. Instead of documenting every moment of your life, enjoy each moment without the pressure of being connected. So, schedule digital-free days and reconnect to the real world.


Physical activity goes far beyond physical fitness. Exercising is not just about increasing your muscle size and slimming your waistline. Implementing physical activity into your daily lifestyle has shown to improve your overall health and sense of well-being.

Your memory is sharper, you sleep better, your confidence and overall mental health is improved. It’s an instant mood booster! All it takes is as little as 15 minutes a day of high-intensity activity or 30 minutes of moderate activity to get you on a healthier journey.


Journaling is one of the most effective ways to reflect on your daily experiences and make more intentional decisions. Giving you a sense of control over your life by helping you prioritize problems, fears, and concerns. When you write, you become more aware of your thoughts and emotions. It’s an incredible tool for your mental health and improving your overall well-being. Journaling has also been proven to strengthen the immune system and ease symptoms of depression and anxiety. So, take 10 minutes before you go to bed and journal.  Release your daily thoughts and concerns before taking a good night’s rest.

Get Some Me-Time

Self-Care is usually associated with self-indulging in a spa day or some form of pampering. However, self-care encompasses all things you need to do to remain calm and mentally stable. So, if that entails indulging in your favorite snack, speaking with a therapist, taking a trip or doing absolutely nothing at all. Do That! We’re so busy with our day-to-day activities that we rarely take out time for ourselves. Take a daily time-out and take 30 minutes of me-time.



Reading is typically a source of entertainment for many people, but it also has many benefits for your mental health. Reading doesn’t just help with your critical thinking, it also improves your brain function. The brain is like any other muscle in your body and must be exercised regularly to remain strong and healthy. Consistent reading will help you achieve this.  Exercising your brain in mentally challenging ways can lead to a slower rate of decline in memory and allows you to distance yourself from the stress of everyday life, putting your mind and body at ease. Reading for just 30 minutes has similar stress-reducing effects to doing 30 minutes of yoga. So consciously set aside time to escape the stresses of the world and stimulate your mind.

Try one or a variety of the recommended methods to rejuvenate and re-energize yourself.  It’s important to remember that everyone is different. What works for you in finding inner peace may not work for someone else.

However, once you learn what works for you you’ll become a calmer and more relaxed person. Creating inner peace and being able to gain control of your thoughts and actions is a powerful place to be. You’ll gradually begin to see a shift in your mental consciousness and will live a life of peace.

Eat well, love unapologetically, pray with true intention, and take care of yourself.

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5 thoughts on “7 Tips To Find Inner Peace In The Midst of Chaos

  1. After such stress about the pandemic in the world, everyone needs a good rest. Some people prefer relaxation, massages, and my husband and I usually rest only actively. Now we choose equipment on the site https://easy-surfshop.com/ and we are planning a great active weekend for ourselves. it’s always a distraction

  2. The main thing is to find something to do in time. I found myself in Pilates. This is a wonderful sport that allows you to completely relax, but also stick to the form. The main thing is to find a good Studio and coach who will help you with this, they have group and individual lessons, so everyone can choose something for themselves.

  3. Dealing with stressful situations is important to help you maintain your health and wellness. Modern civilization has taught us to constantly strain. We grew up believing in resistance. We exhaust ourselves, and this is more harm than good. When we are full of energy, we can easily resist diseases. If the energy is at zero, we attract depression and illness. If all else fails, and you feel that it is difficult for you to cope with stress on your own, consult a specialist perhaps you have depression. In this case, you need qualified treatment.

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