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(pés) . noun
contentment & unity between others
Peace is a word that is symbolised as the white dove, charity, the olive branch, Buddha is meditation, the Peace Lily and hands in prayer and Mother Mary . Peace in every language has the power to transform hearts and minds everywhere says scientists from the Benson – Henry Institute
‘Benson, of Harvard Medical School and the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, discovered the relaxation response has the power to reduce stress …his subsequent research found that the approach is really no different from what people have done for centuries through prayer, chanting and repetitive motion”.
Repeating the word peace in prayer and mantra – no matter which language you speak has the potential to uplift the spirit and cultivate tranquility in your heart and mind.
Next time you sit to meditate or need a way to relax and reframe your state of mind – why not try repeating the mantra “peace” inside your mind for a few minutes and see what changes?. With time and patience the word peace practiced many times is meant to cultivate good health and mindfulness.
Guest Contributor: Emily Rack
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Emily Rack is a yoga teacher, meditation instructor, freelance writer and visual content creator. She incorporates a unique creative flair into her yoga and meditation classes, courses and workshops. Emily hosts events and classes in schools and the wider community & is passionate about teaching the art of mindfulness.
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