I want the Inner Peace that comes from…

At the beginning of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction course, a program that I teach, I ask the participants “What do you want to get out of this program?” And soon after that, I ask, “What do you really, really, really want?”

Although I ask myself this question quite often, I recently decided to do a deeper reflection. So I paused, centered myself, and asked again: “What do I really, really, really want?” And the first answer that came to me this time was, “I want to want less.”

What do I want?

I want the inner peace that comes from feeling that I do enough, that I have enough, and that I am enough, and that I don’t need to do more, have more, or be more.

I want the inner peace that comes from feeling content, satisfied, and happy with what I do, and what I have, and that I am okay just as I am.

I want the inner peace that comes from accepting death, knowing that we all die and that we all don’t die.

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

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– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

 

 

It’s just a thought – 3

In order to preserve our sanity, many times it’s useful to remember to say to ourselves, “It’s just a thought.”

Let’s pause for a moment and ponder: What are these things we call thoughts? What are their characteristics, features, qualities? It doesn’t take a lot of observation to realize that thoughts are just ephemeral mental formations. They come and go. They arise, are present for a moment, and soon vanish. Thoughts are not only ephemeral; they are also insubstantial. They are temporary and empty mental formations. They are not real. Thoughts are also independent. It is as if we are carrying around an independent thought-producing machine. When we become able to observe our thoughts and notice their independent nature, we can liberate ourselves from their grip by realizing that we are not our thoughts.

And whenever thoughts bring about disturbing emotions, it’s also useful to remember to say to ourselves, “It is OK to feel like this. It is OK to feel like this. It’s just a short-lived emotion that will soon go away.” Because just like thoughts, mind states are also ephemeral and insubstantial.

Observing thoughts and emotions is very liberating. The ability to observe thoughts and emotions without being carried away by them, without being owned by them, without allowing them to get a hold of us, is a superpower.

So, whenever they arise, try not to push them away. Observe them with removed and dispassionate interest. Observe the desire to push them away but get closer to your disturbing thoughts and emotions instead. And if necessary, remember to say to yourself, “What I am thinking is not actually happening right now. It’s just a fleeting thought, and thoughts are not real. I am not my thoughts. The thought of this occurrence is not the actual occurrence. The thought of this person is not the actual person. The thought of this thing is not the actual thing. It’s just a thought. And it is OK to feel what I am feeling right now. It’s OK to feel like this. It’s just a transient mind state that will soon pass away.” 

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

 

 

Reinventing Yourself

We know everything that there is to know about ourselves, right? And we are constantly telling everyone, including our own selves, “I am like this. I am like that. This is the way I am. I can’t change, and I never will. It’s too late for me to change now.”

But what about throwing all these certainties away, and assuming a posture of not knowing who we are? What about activating and using the “I-don’t-know mind” in place of the “I-know-it-all mind?”  What about dropping those old labels and repetitious, victimizing, self-defeating stories that we keep telling ourselves about ourselves? What about considering for a moment that we are not who we think we are? What about using a “beginner’s mind,” not an “expert’s mind,” letting go of all that we think we know, remaining open to explore with curiosity who we really are and also who we are not, and perhaps, with surprise, discovering ourselves anew?

 

Who you were does not need to define who you are, and who you are does not need to define who you will be. This is a new day. This is a new moment. This is a new you. The you that is here now is not the same one who was here yesterday, or a moment ago.

You are free.

You don’t need to keep seeing as you have always seen. You don’t have to keep believing as you have always believed. You don’t need to keep reacting as you have always reacted. You don’t need to keep telling yourself the same anguish-producing stories you have always told. You don’t need to live with the same demeaning labels others have given you and that you have mindlessly accepted. Enough is enough!

If the current labels, identities, self-definitions, and stories you have been retelling do not serve you anymore, abandon them; let them go. Drop the unnecessary load you have been carrying and embrace who you are today. Embrace yourself in the present moment with spaciousness, lightness, and freshness. Where you were is not as important as where you are, and where you are heading to. Look with new eyes and see the new in the old; see new possibilities for yourself. If necessary, get new narratives, better ones, ones that enhance your health, well-being, and the overall quality of your life. You are free to do so. You are free to reinvent yourself at any moment. Go ahead and do it. Just do it!

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“An unexamined life is not worth living.”

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“We must consciously unlearn what we have unconsciously learned.”

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“When we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.”

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

Wishing You a Life of Ease

This morning, while watching the sunrise at the beach, my friend reflected at the current state of humanity and said, “We are all exhausted, aren’t we?” Immediately, as if stricken by a lightning of verity, I effusively agreed, “Yes! Isn’t that true? Aren’t we all exhausted? Yes, definitely: we are all exhausted indeed!”

When I think about our society and the way we live, I fantasize that we have been hypnotized and conditioned to believe that we are not OK, and that in order to be OK we have to have more. The voices of our culture are constantly telling us, “You don’t have enough. You don’t do enough. You aren’t good enough.” It seems that we are always doing more in order to have more and be more. Our egos are constantly telling us that we are what we have, what we do, and what others think of us. So we engage in this perpetual laboring in order to accumulate possessions and achievements and build up big reputations for ourselves. Think about it: isn’t that so?

Let’s pause for a moment and think: Isn’t this mindless pursuit of power, position, possessions, prestige, and privileges — the Perilous P’s, as I call them — exhausting? And is this chase worth all the sacrifice? Will these things ever bring us enduring happiness? We know the answers, right? So why do we continue chasing things out there when we already know that all that will bring us lasting satisfaction is already here, with us, around us, within us?

Rest is the title I gave to the first chapter of Peaceful Ways, a book I wrote some years ago. It opens with this quote of Jesus: “Come to me all of you who are exhausted, and I will give you rest.” In that chapter, I urge the readers to exercise self-compassion, be gentle and kind with themselves, and give themselves permission to do nothing, just rest.

The questions that arise are:

  • Is it possible, in this society of ours, to do less, or remain idle doing nothing at all, and not feel guilty for not being constantly active and productive? and,
  • Is it possible that by doing less we may end up having more of the things that are truly satisfying and therefore be happier?

It is stated in the Tao-te-Ching that the Great Tao – the Universal Life Force Energy — does nothing and yet leaves nothing undone.

What about considering, and perhaps coming to the realization that actually we are not doing anything; we are just being done?

What about, perhaps just for today, taking time off and giving ourselves the gift of rest?

What about simply living with ease, flowing with the natural flow of life, calmly accepting whatever may come, enjoying what is pleasant without clinging, and being with the unpleasant without aversion?

What about, perhaps just for today, letting the Universe fight our battles for us?

What about taking time in silence and solitude to look at ourselves, express gratitude, and just be?

Enough is the magic word. Enough. We do enough. We have enough. We are enough. We have nothing else to do and nowhere else to go. We have arrived already. We are here. And we can rest now.

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

Free The Child

Liberate the little kid in you, and give this child permission to play, have fun, and enjoy life.

Jump up and down, ride a bike, catch a wave, play an instrument, swim, run, dance, do whatever makes you happy, and no matter what you do, do it with a smile on your face, always. And if you can’t do those things you enjoy perfectly, do them imperfectly; just do them anyway.

Watch the sunrise, the sunset, or a blade of grass dancing with the breeze. Look up to see the clouds in the sky, and then look down to see their reflections on the pond. Let yourself be showered by the beauty of this world. Let yourself be transported by the magic, mystery, and miracles of this life. Notice the impermanence of everything, and give yourself permission to do nothing, just rest and relax. And every now and then, without caring the least about what others may think, give free rein to your basic instincts, free the child in you, and allow yourself to howl like a wolf, wildly and carefree, at the splendors of the Universe.

Be content, satisfied, and grateful for this life. Be optimistic and hopeful. Be gentle with yourself. Be happy. And shower others with all this good that is in you.

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

Do What You Like And Like What You Do

Create a list of the activities you enjoy doing, and populate your days with them. Try to do as many of them as you can every day, even if just for a short period of time. Remember that one minute counts. It may be one mindful breath, one mindful body stretch, or one mindful expression of gratitude and kindness. It may be as simple as taking a few steps outside in nature, watching the sunrise, or feeling the breeze on your skin. It may be hiking in the mountains, riding your bike, or catching a wave. It may be adding just a few sentences to the book you’re writing, playing just a few chords of the song you’re learning to play on your guitar, or adding just a few touches to the watercolor you’re painting. It may be simply exercising, meditating, or giving yourself permission to rest and relax. It may be taking time to listen to music you like, or calmly read that book you have always wanted to read but have repeatedly put aside, imagining that a better time to peruse it would soon come. It may be contacting your friends to tell them how much you appreciate them, or, even better, creating opportunities to hang out with them. It may be going out and serving those in need. Whatever it may be – whatever enhances the enjoyment of your life — go ahead and do it. And since there’s not enough time to do them all, do at least a little bit of one of the things you enjoy. And if the conditions are not there to do them perfectly, do them imperfectly. Just do them anyway, today and every day! Create the life you want to live. Don’t wait any longer. Life is short.

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

On the Train from Tours to Paris

4:44

on a train from Tours to Paris

on a foggy afternoon

Imagining how caring and loving,

and gentle and sweet she may be

the woman in black

in her simple yet refined elegance

on the train to Paris

on the train to Paris

on this cold, gray, shadowless afternoon

 

A humming, silent sound that invites sleepiness

and dreams and fantasies

and dreams and fantasies

and the desire for a long, warming hug

and the soothing scent of a woman in love

the one in black

on the train to Paris

on the train to Paris

on this cold, gray, shadowless afternoon

 

Just wandering thoughts

impermanent as they all are

appearing and vanishing

like the sights on the window of this train to Paris

the train to Paris

on this cold, gray, shadowless afternoon

 

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

Our Lives Are Constantly Beginning

Our lives are constantly beginning, again and again. Every moment is a new moment, the first moment of the rest of our lives, and the only one that really exists, the only one during which we can affect the quality of our lives by the choices we make. All that happens, when it happens, happens in the present moment. Whatever happened in the past, when it happened, happened in the present moment. And whatever will happen in the future, when it will happen, will also happen in the present moment. The past and the future are nothing more than thoughts in the present moment.

We must practice diligently and do our best to tame the tendency of our minds to roam and get lost in time and space. This wandering habit of the mind gets in the way of capturing the good of each present moment because it hinders our ability to be fully present in the here-now, noticing all the beauty that surrounds us.

Knowing that a good life is a collection of good moments, let us do our best to be present, noticing and taking in those moments, with all their magic, mystery, and miracles.

Let us not only notice those good moments that come about spontaneously, but let’s also create good moments on purpose. Let’s ask ourselves, “What brings me joy? And how can I populate my days with more of the things, people, activities, and places that bring me joy?” Let’s create those joyful moments intentionally and more often and then pause, giving ourselves all the time necessary to savor them, enjoy them, absorb them completely, and record them in our minds.

Let us remember to be mindful, and to allow ourselves to be amazed, grateful, and optimistic. Let us make of this and every moment the best it can be, knowing that this is the recipe for creating fulfilling and happy lives!

Let us realize and remember that today — and every day — is a special day. Today is the first day of the rest of our lives. Let’s make it count. Let’s be present and enjoy it!

Cheers!

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

 

This Moment. This Day. This Life.

Someone once said, “Life is simply one damned thing after another. If it is not this one, then it is going to be the next one.” Unquestionably, this is not the most upbeat definition of life, but it’s a valuable one because it acknowledges life’s randomness. If we look at life dispassionately, we can conclude that life is simply a succession of fortuitous phenomena. Just like the weather, so too life can be construed as sequence of situations that arise when conditions are present.

However, in the middle of all those changing and uncontrollable circumstances, we can still live a good life. If we accept that a good life is a collection of good moments, then we can do our best to notice, savor, and absorb the good moments of life. We can learn to pause and give ourselves time to take those moments in. We can learn to register them in our long term memory by paying attention to the good in the present moment.

Although this is quite simple to do, it’s not easy. As the saying goes, “It is not difficult to be mindful; what is difficult is to remember to be mindful.” If our minds are always in the past or the future, then the present is rarely registered. And if that’s all we do, we may get to the end of our lives and feel that our lives have passed by and we have not lived. So the challenge is to try to live mindfully, being totally present with whatever may be unfolding, approaching each experience, pleasant or unpleasant, with impartiality and equanimity, while remembering that whatever arises also passes away.

So let us make each moment count, doing our best to mindfully notice and extract the good that each one has to offer. Let’s remember to treasure this moment because, in all truth, it is the only one that exists, the one in which we make the choices that ultimately affect the quality of our lives. So let’s be here, now, present to extract the good of this moment, finding the extraordinary in the ordinary, seeing the new in the old, and noticing all the stunning magic, mystery, and miracles in which we are immersed. Let’s pause and take it all in.

Let’s ask ourselves, “What brings me joy? How can I populate my days with the activities, things, people, and places that bring me joy?” And knowing the answers to these questions, let’s create amazing moments on purpose. Let’s create perfect days, deliberately. Let’s create joyful lives, intentionally.

Let’s create memorable lives by creating memorable days, and create memorable days by creating memorable moments!

Let’s do it… mindfully!

This Moment. This Day. This Life.

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

Book Cover Image

– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

There’s a Time for Everything

There’s a time for everything, and everything in its time.

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There is a time for being ahead,
a time for being behind;
a time for being in motion,
a time for being at rest;
a time for being vigorous,
a time for being exhausted;
a time for being safe,
a time for being in danger.

~  Tao Te Ching, translation by Stephen Mitchell

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To every thing there is a season,
and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
A time to be born, a time to die
A time to weep, and a time to laugh
A time to mourn, and a time to dance
A time to get, and a time to lose
A time to keep, and a time to cast away
A time to keep silence, and a time to speak

Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

Book Cover Image

– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

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– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com

From Silence to Peace

Every now and then I remember that peace comes from silence. We should all cultivate healthy periods of silence and solitude in our lives. Great discoveries and insights come from these moments. And I believe the world would be a lot better if we all unplugged for a while. Mother Teresa’s recipe for peace is five lines long. Guess what? It starts with silence.

The fruit of silence is prayer.
The fruit of prayer is faith.
The fruit of faith is love.
The fruit of love is service.
The fruit of service is peace.

~ Mother Teresa

Think about it. Think about how your life would be with more silence in it.

Just do it!

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Piero Falci is an author and educator who believes that the inner work that leads to personal awakening and transformation is indispensable to create a wholesome world. He is an explorer of the mysteries of life who loves to observe, reflect, and write, and who not only strives to live a life that matters, but also hopes to inspire others to do the same. He is a promoter of peace who believes in advancing the idea that Heaven is here if we want it to be. He teaches mindfulness meditation, mindful living, and the acclaimed Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program as taught at the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He organizes Silent Peace Walks.


 

Take a look at these books at the Peaceful Ways online store

http://peacefulways.org/store/

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– “Peaceful Ways – The Power of Making Your Wishes Come True”

Pay Attention Book Cover

– “Pay Attention! Be Alert! Discovering Your Route to Happiness”

Silent_Peace_Walk_Cover_for_Kindle

– “Silent Peace Walk”

www.PieroFalci.com