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Biology Of Peace

Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

By Peace Tidbits

Cultivate an Attitude of GratitudeToday people in the USA and some other countries celebrate their Thanksgiving holiday. Here in the UK this holiday is not celebrated. Being a citizen of the USA living in the UK with my lovely wife and soulmate Karen, I think fondly about people in the USA during this holiday. It also earmarks the commemoration of the day in 2013 that I climbed aboard a one-way flight in Denver to Read More

Inner Peace is Optional (NOT) Part 3

Inner Peace is Optional (NOT) – Part 3

By Peace Activism, Peace Tidbits

Inner Peace is Optional (NOT) Part 3In Part 1 of this series there was a brief outline regards taking full responsibility for your inner reactions, responses and emotions and how this empowers you by taking you into deeper states of inner peace. This helps establish the connection between taking responsibility for what goes on internally and your quality of life.

In Part 2 of this series this theme was expanded upon with self-honesty being revealed as one of the keys to succeeding. The five ‘Tips for Developing More Self-Honesty’ revealed therein are some really helpful tools!

In this Part 3 of the series, you’re going to get Read More

The Biology of Inner Peace

Biology of Inner Peace

By Science

The Biology of Inner PeaceMost people think of inner peace as something they experience in the absence of stress. There is a good reason for this. Our physiology exhibits various biological representations of the different types of stress we encounter. It also has biological representations of inner peace in the absence of such stressed states.

Its also important to realize that there are both beneficial and harmful forms of stress. Read More