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What activity has most consistently given you a feeling of inner peace?

Seeker3CO 8 Oct 12
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Any body of water ♥️

Mine is any body in water.

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Waking up from a good night of sleep. Being on an isolated beach. Being in an an isolated woods in the Pacific Northwest.

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Working with children, as long as adults don't come into the picture.

Funny, I like working with adults as long as children don't come into the picture...

@Paul4747 Interesting.

@NHjulie My own is okay. Other peoples', though... they make me uncomfortable. I can't figure out why kids seem to like me against all logic.

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Creating music...

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Gazing into the night sky; and especially at the moon--in all its phases.

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A really good porn flick!🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

I was actually thinking the same thing as a comical reply right before I clicked and saw your comment.

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Hiking. But playing ukulele comes in a close second.

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Rock climbing because it demands such a high level of presence. Cross country skiing for different reasons. Always helps to be outside and moving.

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Since walking through new places in the mountains is getting out of my reach, and my motorcycle has been out of commission for years now, driving on long trips provides the best grounding and centering for me. When I can't drive the act of remembering finding and experiencing spiritual places is greatly relaxing, at least until I go the one step farther a let myself get depressed for not being able to be at those places in person.

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Smelling my dog's head.

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Sleep

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Hiking. Getting away from any religious input (try counting every instance you receive religious/church input in a day; it is an amazing high number). Also climbing hills and mountains. 3 plus hours on the golf course is wonderful too, almost no religious attempts out there competing forvmy mind space. Biking. Caring for the granddaughter, and equipping her with critical thinking tools.

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Taking pictures and reading poetry always gives me inner peace.

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Walking alone, and meeting friends.

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Deep breathing, and deciding to get out of my head and chill the fuck out. That, and some good sativa while playing bass in my little hobby band.

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Inner peace? What the hell is that? Still looking for it. 🙂

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Remote wilderness.

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Working in my yard, being in nature, knitting, quilting. (I know that is more than one, but I am an English teacher and cannot count.)

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Empty beach.

No sand, no water?

@PondartIncbendog no people 🙂)

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A good night's sleep.

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Daydreaming on a rainy day

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Sleeping.

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Kayaking in the Spring, Summer and Fall. Skiing in the winter.

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Writing poetry and/or music gives me the strongest feeling of inner peace. I don't necessarily feel it during the creative process, which can be filled with dead ends and frustration, but afterwards, when I am satisfied with what I've done.

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Being in nature. I very much enjoy natural beauty - flowers, trees, animals, as well as terrane. I also love the quiet and the fresh air.

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