There is more stress, more worry and more obsessing over everything these days. There just does not seem to be enough hours in the day and things can seemingly go wrong at the drop of a hat. How do you react when you have to wait in long lines or there is traffic? What happens to your day if an appointment gets canceled or something “bad” happens to you or someone you know? Does your mind go wild with thoughts in all directions? Does your stomach do flip flops? Does your blood pressure go up? Perhaps you find yourself unable to think of anything but the problem, consumed by what-ifs and crazy suppositions.  If this sounds familiar, you are not alone. That is what is considered the usual reaction. It happens to me too. But what I have learned using various tools and techniques, is how to mitigate any crazy thoughts after the initial shock of the incident wears off.  Sometimes I can even do it immediately and I am able to maintain clear thinking with peace in my heart.

You can learn how to do it too. It begins by being willing to accept that peace IS possible.

Are you willing to do that?

If you are, let’s begin.  Follow me, if you will, on a journey of discovery and enlightenment. I look forward to sharing my stories and insights with you all and I hope you will share yours with me! Perhaps together we can all discover . . . Peace through Perspective™!

Brightest Blessings,

Deborah Lahoud