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4 Life Hacks to Help You Find Inner Peace

How about a little balance in your life?

Researched, written by Amber & The Team
Updated on July 9, 2023

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The interconnectivity of 21st-century life means potential stressors are everywhere we look.

If you don’t know how to handle these stressors, it can be easy to become worn down, anxious and unwell. But, if you can find your inner peace, you’ll enjoy life on a deeper, more satisfying level.

Here are four ways that you can connect with your inner peace and leave the worries of modern life behind you.


Look After Your Body


Your body and your spirit are one entity, so if your body is worn down, you’ll find it difficult to find inner peace.

If you’re continually grasping for coffee or you’re getting tired early, then it’s likely because you’re not getting enough sleep.

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Statistics show that in the United States, 35% of adults don’t get the recommended seven hours of sleep per night, with 50 to 70 million people suffering from one or several sleep disorders.

By getting more sleep, you’ll improve your concentration, lower your irritability and improve your mindset.

By teaming increased sleep with a healthier diet and more time spent outdoors, you’ll create the foundation for a peaceful mind.



Slow Down


In such a digitally connected world, multitasking has become part of our everyday lives.

However, whether we’re checking emails on the subway or reading on our phones while we cook dinner, according to RescueTime, multitasking has a negative impact on mental health, as it:

  • Impacts our short-term memory;
  • Leads to increased anxiety;
  • Prevents creative thinking;
  • Causes more mistakes;
  • Lowers productivity.

By slowing down, you’ll improve the quality of your work and your mental health.

So, prioritize tasks and do them one at a time.

You’ll end each day calmer, less stressed, and more peaceful.


Practice Mindfulness


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When it comes to finding inner peace, mindfulness is an important tool.

By taking time out of your day to consciously work on your mind, you can disconnect from the stressful world around you and recharge.

Remember though, mindfulness isn’t all about taking hours out of your day or placing your body in zany positions: it’s about improving your state of mind.

So, find a form of meditation that works for you.

That might be:

  • Guided visualization – if you find that your imagination strays
  • Short bursts of meditation – if you struggle to focus or you don’t have much time
  • Mantra repetition – if you find you need affirmation in tricky situations

By connecting with the world around you, you’ll create a mindfulness space that allows you to remain calm under pressure.

Whether you enter this space for two minutes or two hours is irrelevant, too.

Any time you spend at all will help.


Consult a Spirituality Expert


If you find that life’s especially turbulent, then you may find yourself looking for a more holistic approach.

Some people believe that there’s more to our lives than meets the eye, seeing someone with a psychic gift could be helpful, in a way.  People with the psychic skill of clairvoyance, for example, could help you learn more about spirits and energies that are around you.

By taking part in clairvoyant readings you can gain insight into your present circumstances and see what is coming up in the future. As a Clairvoyant can answer any questions you may have about your spirit, you might be able to put your mind at ease.


With these life hacks, you can balance your spirituality and put yourself on the road to inner peace.

You’ll find that by living life in the slower lane, your mental and physical health will both improve, and life will be much more enjoyable.

So, what are you waiting for?

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