In a large outdoor park walking with N*male and a young child who is a boy. He (N*male) is pushing the stroller. I notice orange flowers blooming and birds flying low overhead. I hear children laughing in the distance.
Within moments of arising this morning, I found myself singing “Peace is the Breath of our spirit.” It had come from beyond my brain, and seemed to be in the air. I came back to this song, and this thought many times throughout the day. It seemed easy to hold a peaceful state and remain relaxed. I found myself tensing up during a few stressful moments of setup, but was able to quickly remind myself to remain peaceful and calm during the creation process. Others commented that I seemed still and peaceful. The vibration on campus during the Living Peaceably event certainly resonated with peace. There was a certain level of serenity that was present. I watched others arriving move easier into a state of peace within themselves, just by being present to the environment. I realized I often use agitation or frustration as a motivation point to move, act, or create. Today was different. I was able to hold the state of mind of peace, and being peace through the creation process quite easily. Part of this is due to a greater ease I have been experiencing with receptivity. Being pregnant, and therefore being receptive to the creation occurring within me, has allowed me to have greater ease and grace with other experiences in my life. Peace in the Self is one of the highest achievements possible. I believe I am closer to making this a permanent part of my Self.
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