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A note from Manisha...

Dear <<First Name>>,

Would you like a peaceful mind or a happy mind?  

Well, there's really no difference. When the mind is peaceful, you automatically experience happiness.
But if you try to find happiness before finding peace, it’s much harder.
That’s because we generally look for happiness in conducive outer circumstances, things and relationships.
While some of these things do last a long time, they don’t provide a continuous experience of happiness because they keep changing. What’s more, your own mind keeps changing. What made you happy before, turns you off now. What you hated before, you love now.
In my latest blog post, How to maintain a peaceful mind, I share three ways in which you can find peace amidst the changing outer world.
One of them is learning how to accept things that you cannot change. In How to maintain a peaceful mind,  I have included a short visualization technique to help you accept a situation or person that is bringing you unhappiness.
Find out how to do this and what the other two techniques for maintaining a peaceful mind are. Click here.
I will connect with you in three weeks. Until then...
Warmly, Manisha
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We all have different desires and goals in life based on our interests and personalities. Although our individual goals vary, our underlying motive is the same. Through all our various pursuits, we are actually seeking happiness
—Chapter 7: Birth of a Spiritual Seeker

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 Manisha Melwani offers spiritual & wellness solutions for life and
 stress management. She is passionate about helping spiritually-open,
 Conscious Evolvers gain a deeper understanding of life that will
 empower them with the tools to live with greater purpose and fulfillment. Her knowledge comes from her on-going studies of Vedanta, a spiritual science that comes from the cumulative wisdom of great Himalayan sages. To find out more and to connect with Manisha, please visit:
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