Give Peace A Chance

Last month I stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. It is the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko’s famous “bed-in” Give Peace a Chance which took place there.
There is more peace in the world now than 50 Years ago, and there can be more peace tomorrow than there is today – if each of us consciously chooses peace instead of confrontation.
You see, peace is not the opposite of just war.
Anger reminds me to develop peace within.
Judgement reminds me to create compassion… which is peace with how I see others.
Annoyance reminds me to find the calm… peace of mind.
Peace is an inside thing – not something that is “out there”.
Each of us, bringing more peace to our day in simple ways will create a wave of peace.
forgive myself for believing that peace is hard right now.
I give myself permission to increase my peace today.
I can choose anger, judgement or annoyance, or I can choose peace. The one that supports me is to choose peace.
I’m free to remember that my peace happens within me, and I expand it by looking out at the trees.
I know my peace – it happened when I walked into the house yesterday.
I am increasing my peacefulness and rippling it out into my world.
I am so grateful to Tina for sending the invitation below to me and to you, and I am so grateful to myself for developing more peace in my day today!
Namaste,
Suze

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Give Peace A Chance

Last month I stayed at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. It is the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko’s famous “bed-in” Give Peace a Chance which took place there.
There is more peace in the world now than 50 Years ago, and there can be more peace tomorrow than there is today – if each of us consciously chooses peace instead of confrontation.
You see, peace is not the opposite of just war.
Anger reminds me to develop peace within.
Judgement reminds me to create compassion… which is peace with how I see others.
Annoyance reminds me to find the calm… peace of mind.
Peace is an inside thing – not something that is “out there”.
Each of us, bringing more peace to our day in simple ways will create a wave of peace.
forgive myself for believing that peace is hard right now.
I give myself permission to increase my peace today.
I can choose anger, judgement or annoyance, or I can choose peace. The one that supports me is to choose peace.
I’m free to remember that my peace happens within me, and I expand it by looking out at the trees.
I know my peace – it happened when I walked into the house yesterday.
I am increasing my peacefulness and rippling it out into my world.
I am so grateful to Tina for sending the invitation below to me and to you, and I am so grateful to myself for developing more peace in my day today!
Namaste,
Suze

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Same Seat, Different Perception

I remember a flight a number of years ago when I was seated in the very last row. The seat didn’t recline, the smell was less than stellar and people were continually bumping into me as they made their way to the bathroom within arm’s reach of me. That day I was annoyed. Perturbed. Frustrated.

Today I find myself in the same seat. The circumstances are the same, but my perception is different. Today I am grateful. Peaceful. Free.

Grateful to my dear friend who gave me a standby ticket. Grateful I got the last seat on today’s flight. Grateful for air conditioning and the adorable sundresses in my carry-on as I head to Phoenix (a cool 36C at 9am, on its way to a high of 45C today). Grateful to join my family as we surprise my eldest brother on his 70th birthday (I won’t be posting this until after the reveal!) Grateful for a happy family occasion (the last two times the 5 of us were together was for my parents’ funerals within 6 months of each other, 3 years ago).

Grateful for Phil’s understanding and encouragement as he gently reminded me of my own medicine this morning.

Ever so grateful to myself for my willingness to embrace my personal growth that has given me the gift of my blissful freedom to just BE.

Grateful to be mindful and experience fully these pivotal life moments.

Grateful for my supportive perspective.

Grateful to be completely at peace.

I forgive myself for believing that outside people, circumstances or situations need to annoy me.

I give myself permission to be who I really am, regardless of the circumstances.

I can let other people or situations (or the weather!) control my life, or I can BE solidly who I really am. I choose to rise utilize all outer influences to Become more of who I really am.

I am free to BE my best self today when I…

I know how empowering it is to rise above challenges, it happened when I …

I am solidly my best self.

I am so grateful for my ability to use whatever happens to be more of who I really am.

Yup, there is still an interesting odor that occasionally wafts over the aisle to seat 24E. Some of the other passengers have a “sorry for you” expression when they catch my eye while they wait in line for the toilet. The flight attendant offers me extra pretzels because I’m “wedged in there so tight”. I’m enjoying a cup of peppermint tea. My back will really appreciate the stretch out in the pool this afternoon.

And I have tears of gratitude for BEing in seat 24E today.

May your day bring you the peace and freedom of BEing an even better version of your best self than you were yesterday.

Namaste,

Suze

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Same Seat, Different Perception

I remember a flight a number of years ago when I was seated in the very last row. The seat didn’t recline, the smell was less than stellar and people were continually bumping into me as they made their way to the bathroom within arm’s reach of me. That day I was annoyed. Perturbed. Frustrated.

Today I find myself in the same seat. The circumstances are the same, but my perception is different. Today I am grateful. Peaceful. Free.

Grateful to my dear friend who gave me a standby ticket. Grateful I got the last seat on today’s flight. Grateful for air conditioning and the adorable sundresses in my carry-on as I head to Phoenix (a cool 36C at 9am, on its way to a high of 45C today). Grateful to join my family as we surprise my eldest brother on his 70th birthday (I won’t be posting this until after the reveal!) Grateful for a happy family occasion (the last two times the 5 of us were together was for my parents’ funerals within 6 months of each other, 3 years ago).

Grateful for Phil’s understanding and encouragement as he gently reminded me of my own medicine this morning.

Ever so grateful to myself for my willingness to embrace my personal growth that has given me the gift of my blissful freedom to just BE.

Grateful to be mindful and experience fully these pivotal life moments.

Grateful for my supportive perspective.

Grateful to be completely at peace.

I forgive myself for believing that outside people, circumstances or situations need to annoy me.

I give myself permission to be who I really am, regardless of the circumstances.

I can let other people or situations (or the weather!) control my life, or I can BE solidly who I really am. I choose to rise utilize all outer influences to Become more of who I really am.

I am free to BE my best self today when I…

I know how empowering it is to rise above challenges, it happened when I …

I am solidly my best self.

I am so grateful for my ability to use whatever happens to be more of who I really am.

Yup, there is still an interesting odor that occasionally wafts over the aisle to seat 24E. Some of the other passengers have a “sorry for you” expression when they catch my eye while they wait in line for the toilet. The flight attendant offers me extra pretzels because I’m “wedged in there so tight”. I’m enjoying a cup of peppermint tea. My back will really appreciate the stretch out in the pool this afternoon.

And I have tears of gratitude for BEing in seat 24E today.

May your day bring you the peace and freedom of BEing an even better version of your best self than you were yesterday.

Namaste,

Suze

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Suze’s Musings – Sunday’s Reflections from Seat 17D

Sunday’s Reflections from Seat 17D
It is a beautiful clear, blue sky day and I’m off to Vancouver Island. On the way we pass over the Rocky Mountains and huge tracks of forested land. I see many, many roads. Some switch-backing up and down mountains. Some wider ones my eyes follow to a town or city. Some others lead to lakes, connecting people to places. And some appear to be remote and go nowhere – and yet I know they must – otherwise they wouldn’t have been built with the effort it takes to create a “way” from here to there.
It occurs to me the same applies to the pathways we create in our lives. So often I hear “I need to get on path” or “I don’t know where I’m going”. Trust. Even though the destination may not be clear, and the path may be winding and narrow – trust. It is going somewhere. Somewhere you may not be able to see or experience until after you’ve arrived. You aren’t stuck. You are on your path. You may want to create it differently than you have been…
I forgive myself for believing I’m stuck and going nowhere.
I give myself permission to recognize I’m creating my own path.
I can feel stuck or I can take steps in the direction that feels like me. I choose to take a conscious step today.
I am free to create my own path purposefully today when I list 10 things I’ve experienced this week that felt right.
I know what it feels like to be purposefully on path, I did it when I (reinforce the items on your list, one at a time with this sentence, and breathe in after each one)
I AM BE-coming more aware of the path I am creating, and trusting myself to navigate it!
I’m grateful for the all paths I’ve been on – both direct and meandering – they all brought me to this place from where I take another step forward.
Take steps in the direction that feels right, knowing you are creating your unique path that will, in its own time, become clear.
And if you are seeing clearly and moving rapidly, add purpose and commitment to your path and enjoy the journey!
Namaste,
Suze

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