Category: Peace Nurturing Practices

Kindness

This Peace Nurturing Practice is kindness. We choose to be kind to ourselves and others, including those toward whom we feel some resistance or even outright dislike.  This isn’t about . . .

Reminders of Peace

This Peace Nurturing Practice is reminders. This practice was inspired by Barbara, one of the members of this group, who wrote: “While I understand things like being mindful, being grateful, and . . .

Meditation

This Peace Nurturing Practice is meditation. Meditation may sound formal, fussy, or simply too much.  We may say, “I’m too busy to meditate!”  Strange as it may sound to our busy, . . .

Connection

This Peace Nurturing Practice is about connection. We look for, discover, and honor connections in our lives.  For example: We look beneath the surface of our morning milk, juice, coffee . . .

Affirmation

Today’s Peace Nurturing Practice is an affirmation: Peace is shining in me now It’s a modification of one of my favorite quotes from A Course in Miracles. Those words are written on . . .

Silence

Today’s Peace Nurturing Practice is silence. Since we know thoughts of judgment can arise instantaneously, we choose silence in response to words of anger, forgoing defensiveness and/or our own anger.  Choosing . . .