Patience!

Patience Brings Inner Peace Into Your Life

That is something you want to avoid when your life is busy and hectic and the last thing you want is getting sick all the time as a result of stress associated by being impatient. Bring inner peace into your life and stress less by being patient.

To say patience is a virtue is an understatement. It’s really more of a skill—one that can be learned and needs constant nurturing.

Patience is the state of being that occurs between experience and reaction. Whether you’re trying to be patient with yourself, others, or life, it seems to always involve the experience of dealing with delays or obstacles.

By cultivating a practice of patience, you’re able to let go of things outside your control and live with less stress, anxiety, and frustration.

It’s not an easy practice, but here are a few perspectives on how to cultivate patience to open up new possibilities.

When you look at what it means to have patience, you’re ultimately talking about dealing with your own thoughts and emotions. As a spiritual being, there is an unbounded, limitless presence within you that is constantly seeking expression.

As a time-bound, physical being, you have limitations for expressing this inner knowledge—constantly seeking instant gratification and spontaneous movement that doesn’t exist in the physical realm.

You think, act, and experience, and this should be the simplicity of life. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple. Problems arise when what you think and do doesn’t seem to produce immediate results.

But the most important thing to focus on is the word “seem.” The wisdom handed down through the ages supports the idea that every heartfelt intention and desire is met with support from the Universe, and then, as an individual, you make decisions that affect your experience.

Maybe it’s time to look inward and ask why you don’t have patience with yourself. Ask yourself:

  • What does it mean to be patient with myself?
  • What benefits would I experience by being patient with myself?
  • What can I do to become more patient with myself?

Remember that patience is the ability to not be troubled by life’s changes, delays, or other undesirables. It’s the ability to maintain stillness in the midst of disappointment.

Try to practice self-awareness in those moments where you feel the greatest need for patience.

  • Pay attention to what arises in you
  • Notice where you feel the stress
  • Listen to your thoughts
  • Take note of your emotions

A powerful benefit to practicing patience is that you cultivate the peace of mind to guide yourself out of these moments. Even the simple act of looking within at a time when you’re feeling impatient can be healing.

Use awareness to maintain your calm. Tap into your stillness and preserve it. See these moments of self-reflection as opportunities to strengthen yourself in self-control and grace.

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Desai Thoughts MEdia.

14 thoughts on “Patience!

  1. I loved this blog of yours….. I have a lots of patience within me…… And after reading this I appreciate myself for having patience all time

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  2. It’s good 🤗 it’s a little theoretical and out of the whole thing of tapping into your stillness the thing is that people try to self reflect but instead they self analyse or criticize this why it turns into overthinking because criticism is where you just think about what went wrong. You can do one thing make a part two on the difference between self reflection and self criticism.

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