I was in a store like a Wal-Mart.  I was walking down the pet food aisle and there was a rancid smell.  I looked in a trash can at the end of the aisle and there was murky water in it.  (It was near the fish tanks).  I alerted someone who worked there.  I continued to shop and not very long after that I walked back and the can was clean and I turned down another aisle there was a dead squirrel on the floor.  It had been dead a long time and was stiff. I thought “What is a dead squirrel doing in here?  I was dreading having to tell them of another problem.  When I turned the corner, a man was sweeping under stuff getting a lot of hidden dirt out in the open.  I realized that was how the squirrel became exposed into the open.

Today I experienced peace from the first point of my day when I woke up before my alarm went off.  This gave me the opportunity to have gratitude for the dryness of my tent and reflect on the being of my body before having to go to my meditation session and reading of the Peace Covenant at 5:30am.  After the meditation I did my Life Force exercise which allowed me to peacefully connect with the energy of all things around me.  While there was a bustle of activity around me with people preparing for the day’s Peace Event I tried to move in a relaxed and peaceful manner delaying my preparations for a time when the bathrooms were more peaceful!  My station a the event allowed me to connect with almost everyone as it was the crossroads between the venues.  I met many new people and connected with old friends with the goal of a welcoming presence for all.  My location allowed me to hear portions of several talks by speakers at the event.  When the event was complete, I had the opportunity to thank many people for coming and felt I was connecting with people on a much deeper level than words.  When the play, The Invitation, was going on and many participants were inside, I had the opportunity to reflect on the stillness in the sounds of nature around us.  Now that the day is nearly complete I feel a sense of peace throughout my mind and body – my blood pressure seems really relaxed, my body feels better than it has in a long time and my breath seems very fulfilling.

To participate in the next experiment…


Does Living Peaceably begin by Thinking Peacefully?

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Lunar Eclipse Dreams Focus on Familiar People and Food

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