5 Tips to Coexisting in Peace and Harmony

 “We are all in the world together and so we must work together for the benefit of the whole in order for all of us to coexist in balance and harmony.”- Joan Marie Whelan 

The “whole” in this instance is the “whole” Universe, and the Universal flow of energy. When we work against the flow of Universal energy, we are disrupting harmony and balance in our own lives, the lives of others, and even the kinetic energy from around the globe. Too many people are lacking a real sense of inner peaceand contentment and don’t even know why they aren’t feeling peaceful. We truly are in a transitional movement and now is the perfect time to learn from the inner truth that is ready to reveal itself to us. 

 While the entire Nation is in the state of uncertainty and misperception I believe it is time for all of us to take a step back, take a deep breathe in and release all the anger and pent up resentment if we want to transformnot only our lives but also the world all around us for the better good of all. This is also a time of transformationand reawakening to what values and principles are most important in our lives.  What are your personal and professional priorities? In what behaviors are you engaged? How are you feeling spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially? How you workwith the Universal flow of energy determines your strength in matters of stamina, mental awareness, emotional wellbeing, fiscal stability, intuitive power and  yes, inner peace.

 Sometimes, we have to take a few steps backward to make the climb upward. That is how many of our unseen blessings come to us.  We are given opportunities again and again to realize our true potentiality in becoming part of the solution to both peace and harmony in even the most difficult times.


Here are five simple tips to coexisting in peace and harmony:

  1. Reexamine your ultimate goal and purpose of life, including your economic wellbeing.  
  2. Instead of thinking financial recovery, think moral recovery first!
  3.  Practice compassion, sharing and caring.
  4. Learn and apply genuine acceptance of other people's opinions.
  5.  Never respond with anger, hatred or ridicule.

If we want to see change in the world and tap into a real sense of inner peaceand contentment, we need to be that change.  It would benefit us all, myself included, if we’d make a strong and solid attempt to slow down and reflect on our present attitude, behavior and the environment which we created not only in our immediate circle of relationships but in the world all around us, we would come to a realization that we can improve our thoughts and become more considerate of others. We must change if we wish the world to change.  In order to transform our livesand enjoy a true sense of inner peace, we must be it ourselves.  Please join me and at least make an attempt to transform your thinkingtowards a better way of living in this world that we call Earth.  


Joan Marie Ambrose -- Author, Creative Writer, Motivational Speaker

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Blog Date: 
Tuesday, May 21, 2019