How to Find Inner Peace in Your Heart

If you’re at all like most people on this planet, there will be times where you feel that you’ve lost all connection and can’t see your way ahead with clarity.

And when we lose that clarity, our mind is taking over, clouding our vision and creating the illusion that it has power over us.

But when you stop to still the chatter and bring your awareness to your heart, it is there that you make the discovery that all is in perfect divine order underneath the surface.

Everything else that is going on in your life is transient. Of temporary nature. It comes and goes and our ability to release things with love determines how much pain we feel as we move through life.

And that space in your heart is eternal.

I’d like to share with you how I find inner peace in my heart. Very simply.

I’d love you to share if this is true for you too.

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18 Responses to How to Find Inner Peace in Your Heart

  1. Beautiful Fiona!!! Thanks for sharing…its something really easy we can all do…for ourselves…anywhere! I, like Louise, find it hard to meditate….find it hard to stop the chatter in my head….I need the recorded versions…so your voice and guidance were lovely! I agree with the rest….this may be your calling!!! Let me know if you do more…would love to watch & listen:)

    Rita Brennan Freay

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Rita, I feel very touched. You’re a darling. Of course I will let you know. I feel inspired to do lots more now. x

  2. Lisa N Valero says:

    Thank you Fiona for this wonderful blog/vlog!
    You have given me another piece to my life puzzle and impelled me to move forward and seek this avenue. I have never meditated as such, but believe that this is the way I must go now.
    As others have commented, your voice is soothing, strengthening, comforting and secure; it surrounds me with strength, serenity and belief in myself. I love how you explain that when we lose clarity, our mind is taking over, clouding our vision. I do believe that all is in perfect divine order and everything else is transient, now it’s a matter of reaching into that inner space in my heart to find the clarity of my path.
    Thank you my dear friend for what you have given me in the months since I have known you, you have no idea how much it is! I hold you very close to my heart always ♥♥♥

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Lisa, thank you for your beautiful comment. I am very touched that you have received so much through what I share. And even though I haven’t met you personally, you reach out to me as a lovely friend with your thoughts and support. I thank you very much for that. x

  3. Oh, Fiona! This was so lovely and your voice is absolutely beautiful. I felt very safe listening to you, enveloped in serenity and peace. Thank you.

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  4. I agree with Heidi, your voice is truly unique and you have this unbelievable gift to send one into relaxation heaven! I am not doing enough meditation but I incorporated more music into my life which is already a step forward for myself. I use music while I am working and it is amazing how much I get done and how peaceful I feel.
    It’s really depending on my mood and I listen to my inner voice what kind of music my body needs (or when it needs silence).

    I love your advice, thank you!
    Franziska San Pedro
    The Abstract Impressionist Artress

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Thank you so much for your response to this post Franziska and the beautiful compliment. I so resonate with what you said about using music when you paint. It can be such an amazing source of inspiration during the creative process. Glad you found this useful. x

  5. Fiona, I think you have found your niche! As Donna said I was lulled into relaxation just by the sound of your voice… your true source speaking. Absolutely lovely!!

    I think you’d be brilliant at leading guided mediations, Fiona. Have you thought of adding them in video form?

    Truly, I am more centered just listening & watching this vlog! Great, great job!!

    Heidi & Atticus
    “commentary to give you paws…”

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Heidi, bless you for your support and inspiration. I love that you loved this. And thank you for reflecting your thoughts back to me. I’m taking it all on board. x

  6. Fiona, hear, hear. The concept and process you have presented in a very useable fashion. I think it is hard for some people to stop the voices of the ‘egoic mind’ to be able to listen you their heart, to be present.
    I’m in the middle of a program with guide meditations which are helping me improve my ability to be present.

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Thanks for commenting Michael. I appreciate it. And it’s good to hear that these meditations are helping you remain present. Wonderful.

  7. Donna McCord says:

    So lovely, Fiona; I almost relaxed into sleep while listening to you describe letting go of your stress and touching the vastness of your inner soul and heart. Each morning I begin my day by spending quiet time alone in prayer and meditation on God’s word; some days I am more in tune than others, and the next time I find myself distracted or unable to fully immerse myself, I will try what you described here by just focusing on and touching the eternal space within my heart — which is, of course, where God resides! Thank you, Fiona, for another insightful and inspiring video!

  8. I can do this in group meditation but find it hard on my own – yes I have used guided etc etc. However, I find the Alexander Technique’s constructive rest is good for getting me in this state. I seem to find it easier with my eyes open and lying down. Whatever works I say.
    Louise Edington
    Fabulous and Fearless

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Hi Louise, thanks for stopping by and sharing. Nice to hear you do the Alexander technique of constructive rest for deeper relaxation. What I describe here is something that just takes seconds really and only entails moving your awareness into your heart at any moment and breathing into it amidst everything else that is going on. Bypassing the brain noise. Finding that heart connection is key, whatever way we do it. 🙂

      • Constructive rest can be done for 30 seconds or 30 minutes too. Honestly – not all of us find this so easy – I’m getting there – but some people more inclined to find meditation easier I’m finding. Doesn’t mean I won’t still keep trying but I don’t find it easy.

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