You Have The Power To Protect Your Peace

You Have The Power To Protect Your Peace

Protecting your peace means caring for and safeguarding your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual self – in ways that you define for yourself. This doesn’t mean you have to put up walls and avoid all contact with the world. It simply means being intentional of the things and people that you bring into your life. 

Above all, it is a personal journey. It is up to you to define what peace looks like for you and your life. You get to set the rules, and you get to make the decisions. Importantly, you must remember that you can't get the answer to peace or happiness from other people. Instead, take the time to ask yourself: "What does it mean to me to protect my peace?"


Be mindful of your where your energy is used.

Throughout the course of a day, you get to choose from moment to moment what you will give your energy to. You may give a portion of your energy to your job or maybe you give it to developing a relationship with a loved one. The key here is that you’re in control. Where this becomes important to remember is when things don’t go quite how you’d like them to. Chaos and mistakes are bound to happen. It’s just a part of life. But when it comes to protecting your peace, you can choose to indulge your energy in negative daily events and spiral into a ball of stress. Or you can choose to not spend energy stressing over the things which you don’t have control over.

Choose who you allow in your life.

Whatever way you slice it, there are those who just bring you down in life. Of course, having to be around people you don’t necessarily like or agree with is part of life. While you can’t always avoid these people, you can set limits for yourself, and you can choose how you respond to them. Concentrate on people who are in line with your beliefs, who are consistent with their habitual thought, and who can provide you more support. Surround yourself with people who uplift and empower you—they are the ones who make you stronger.

Feed your soul.

Self-care is the most important thing you can do for yourself. It’s essential to keep your peace of mind. The reason why self-care is so important is because it allows you to stop caring about other people’s opinions about your choices and start caring about your own peace of mind. You know what’s best for you and if you are making healthy choices, you’re going to be happy. But when you’re constantly trying to please others, you’re putting yourself into a constant state of stress. Self-care is about taking care of yourself so that you can continue to do the things that make you happy. It’s essential to put yourself first. If you don’t, you’re not going to have much to give to anyone else.

Practice Meditation

Meditation is a healthy way to calm your mind and help relax. Mediation helps increase blood flow in key areas of your brain and reduce stress. Even if you practice for 10 minutes a day, it can help you feel more centered and relaxed. Breathe deeply and come back to your calm. Tap into your peace and remember, it's yours to protect. Slow down your mind and your breath. Feel the shift in your being. Pull your focus and attention to this moment and realize, you are here, and you are okay.

Positivity attracts positivity.

When you are positive, you see more of the good things in life. Your outlook changes your situation. Your soul is a positive, vibrant energy, and it looks for positive energy. It is not always possible to be positive, as life is challenging, but the more focus on the things that make us happy, that is more likely to be our experience. Your soul is very powerful and is connected to the universe in ways that are hard to explain. You are the way your soul communicates with the outside world. Expressing yourself in positive, life-enhancing ways allows a true expression of your soul.


Not only is learning to protect your peace a personal journey, but it's also a lifelong journey! This is not something you can accomplish in one day. Rather, it's about developing the skills to make yourself feel more at ease with your own life. And as you grow and change, your own definition of "protecting my peace" will likely grow and change with you. Consider this your new daily mantra: "Protecting my peace is a lifelong journey. There is no reason to put pressure on myself to learn how to protect my peace all at once."

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