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  1. C

    at this time when I’m overwhelmed, I take a break and pause finding the stillness in chaos brings peace

    1 year ago
  2. Mica

    Hah! I think you’ve posted your preferred answer, Javier 🙂

    1 year ago
  3. Don Jones

    It is a turn inward – which is not really a turn. Maybe it would be better described as a slowing down. A conscious slowing and focus on the core. The transition from movement to stillness. The transition from noise to Quiet. The transition from I to the essence. The transition from the busyness of the bubble surface to the quiet and still interior. A transition from the temporary to the eternal. A transition from a refuge in time of need to just being, all of the time.

    1 year ago
  4. O.Christina

    For me it is difficult to turn to something or someone when seeking solace. At least over time I have learned to do so when really in despair and I am happy and deeply grateful to be accompanied by dear friends I could ask then for a listening ear or for sharing some time to sort things out, which was quite a process for me to be seen in being that vulnerable. When turning to the inside and starting to understand, this might help me to find solace also, as well as being in nature calms my soul when sad, but the main turn was possible opening up to my dear fellow trusted friends. They helped me to find back to trust again, for which I cannot express how deeply grateful I am towards them.

    1 year ago
  5. Charlie T

    Being in nature or talking to my partner or hanging out with a friend usually helps. My meditation practice is also helpful.

    1 year ago
  6. pkr

    I pray & meditate. Time in Mother Nature too.

    1 year ago
  7. Jane N

    When I seek solace, I turn to my piano to take me where I feel; to spread, release, and cleanse, and return on a more even keel.

    1 year ago
  8. Barb C

    My husband, for warm, solid hugs and holding me when I need that.
    Two good friends who are the people I can tell anything and who will listen and counsel, or just listen because sometimes that’s all we need.
    A hot bath and a good book to go live in for a while.
    A walk in the big park near our house to the spot where I can look out over a piece of the bay and maybe watch the funny black and white buffleheads swimming and diving.

    1 year ago
  9. Yram

    Nature, prayer, reach beyond myself, and creating.

    1 year ago
  10. Cathie

    To God, Ultimate Reality, or whatever name you choose, it is there that I go. The Without to comfort and commune with the Within.

    1 year ago
  11. c

    First I must be cognizant that I am suffering, then I must seek to know the nature of my suffering: how it feels in my body, my thoughts and emotions, hear a story and let go of the story. How to get to the nurturing, especially when there is nothing to be done, either by limited resources or by what is, to alleviate the suffering. There is only to reach for self-compassion.

    1 year ago
  12. Pilgrim

    To those I trust with my heart. To the woods and the lake. To certain pieces of music.

    1 year ago
  13. EJP

    The ocean gives me solace.

    1 year ago
  14. Michele


    1 year ago
  15. Mary Pat

    Lke Sunnypatti, I find going inward works best for me. Whether writing in my journal, or meditating, I gain comfort from both.

    1 year ago
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