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January 8, 2021

How To Find Peace of Mind

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 7:48 am

Clouds 1714088 1920I’m sure you remember learning how to diagram a sentence in elementary school. Remember “Subject,” “Verb,” “Object”?

We learned they are separate entities. Now, that may be true in the world of diagraming sentences but it’s not the case with peace of mind.

To attain peace of mind, the subject and object are required to be one and the same.

Here’s a little experiment you can do that leads to the quieting of your mind. Pick out any living thing in your environment. It could be a person, an animal, a tree, flower, or a plant. You, in this scenario, are the subject and the other living thing in your environment is the object. And like they say in golf, the objective is to “be the ball.” This exercise is designed to blend yourself into the object. That means to imagine you are no longer separate entities, but you are now one.

Doing this simple mental exercise gives you first hand experience with the serenity known as peace of mind. You discover the magic feeling of everything being one. No room for separateness; no room for dichotomies or differences – just the united bliss of all things being connected.

This is something you can do anytime to clear your head when you find yourself bound up with your thoughts. It takes less than a minute to do and the peace it delivers calms you.

To create peace of mind, take the pieces – subject and object – and unite them so you can’t tell one from the other. Hey, you may never like diagramming sentences but you will become a peace of mind lover.

All the best,


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