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Despite a lifetime of trying, I've never found anything (habit, behaviour, practice, intention, effort, achievement, circumstance, etc.) that has consistently worked to bring about a peaceful state of mind.
I would suspect that most human beings would say the same.
I have however noticed that my peace is not actually circumstance or action related, even though I tend to frequently make that attribution.
Instead, I have found the experience of peace to be much more beautifully complex, and paradoxically, much more beautifully simple than that.
Sometimes I feel peace. Sometimes I don't.
Let that rest quietly for a moment or two.
I once felt profound peace in the middle of a car accident and once felt deep suffering surrounded by the incomprehensible beauty and peace of nature.
If circumstances or actions create peace, how could this be possible?
I never did anything to intentionally feel that peace during the car accident. I never did anything to intentionally feel that suffering while out in nature. It just happened.
I never realized the profound significance of this until just a few years ago.
Oddly, it didn't leave me hopeless...
It left me free.
With Love and Laughter,

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01.10 | 19:31

I am so glad to hear Sara! So kind of you to let me know! On the website menu to the left is also a "Procrastination" page which has some insights on the topic.

30.09 | 22:08

I found your blog post after googling "procrastination and the three principles". I'm new to this understanding and your very clear explanation helped. ☺️

13.12 | 04:29

Thank you Lars! So happy to hear from you, and glad you enjoyed the reading! I hope to continue writing and sharing whenever inspired. 😊

12.12 | 20:30

Hi Jonelle
Just stumbled across your website, love reading all your insights.
Hope you keep sharing. Thanks from Lars (all the way from Denmark