These days, our life is so stressful that we are in a desperate search of inner peace. If anyone says that life isn’t stressful, maybe they’re living in a fantasy. Indeed, if you ask the normal person what their top goals are, chances are that “finding inner peace” will be their answer.
In view of the fact that so many of us find ourselves agitated and overwhelmed on a regular basis, below are few quotes that may help you to find some inner peace. They won’t rapidly make you lose your all worries, but they may push you a bit into introspection and individual growth.
You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level.– Eckhart Tolle
We have always heard people saying that once X thing happens in their life, they’ll be able to be happy. They’ll be free. They’ll be at peace. The problem is we over think in every situation which gives us stress. Once we are in any sort of circumstance, we can’t rearrange it, we need to realize this that what can we do to come out of it. How powerful we are and how can we take control over it. So Eckhart Tolle explains us that we have to realize things for finding peace. Take control over the present moment and stop thinking about the past as well as not worry about the future
Surrender to what is, let go of what was, have faith in what will be.– Sonia Ricotti
Anger and frustration surrounds people when they think that things weren’t as same as they wished for. Throughout our lives we suffer through many situations to which we label as good and bad. Suppose you’re in a bad situation, instead of wishing for things to happen, take an action to change the situation. Accept your present and things which are happening with you. You know very well that everything happens for a reason. If you’ll start accepting things as they are happening by the nature of God and stop worrying unnecessarily for future, you’ll find inner peace.
Expectation is the root of all heartache.– William Shakespeare
A lot of our inner confusion comes from the fact that we are persistently creating expectations – both of ourselves, and of others. When those don’t come to pass, we lose our mind. It’s extremely difficult to live without expectations, but remarkably freeing if you’re able to do so. If you don’t have expectations for other people to behave a certain way, then you won’t be let down when they don’t. Same goes for life experiences. Getting attached to expectations and daydreams is a formula for tension and sadness, hence try to let go, and come back to the present moment.
Chasing after the world brings chaos. Allowing it all to come to me, brings peace.– Zen Gatha
If you’ll run after worldly things, you will get more confused and sad. The more you run after things or people, the more they’ll puzzle you. If you’ll stop running and wait for things to come at the right time, you’ll be enlightened with peace.
These were few quotes which will help you out in finding inner peace if you actually understand their meaning.