Want Peace of Mind? Answer This Question

by Manal Ghosain on December 16, 2014

Peaceful Island

Calm contended peace … a life free of struggle … everything flows with ease. Who doesn’t want that?

We all aspire to have less struggle and more peace in our lives. But often, in the process of seeking growth, trying different methods, reading books, and taking courses, our search expands, and we’re no closer to finding the missing piece of the magical state of being.

Instead of having peace, we create more struggle and overwhelm for ourselves—the antithesis of peace.

How does this happen?

In today’s society of constant marketing and connectivity the wordsmiths of the copywriting industry are more influential than ever.

Just like we get ads to buy a certain product with the promise of happiness and fulfillment, we’re bombarded with countless offers of programs, courses, seminars, or retreats that are seductively worded to play on our need for a calmer life.

Instead of going through a process of inner discovery, we’re barely keeping up with the information out there.

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