What is the opposite of emphasis?
Personal Peace, from my point of view, is the powerful, important, but balanced state, radically opposed to stressed out. My method of stress management is not so much about limiting stresses as it is about changing our response to them from the inside.
You can set and achieve your goal of living in personal peace in a gradual, step-by-step transition using a scheme as well as some changes in perspective and simple changes in your lifestyle.
Three Personals for Transformation of Personal Peace
To switch your life from one's stress, anxiety, anxiety and frustration, to one's personal peace, calm and balance in the midst of the usual busy life styles requires Three things:
Great desire for radical changes. You must want peace and quiet enough that you are willing to do something different, over and over again.
Commitment to change your thoughts and some key features that you will know. You must put your new methods into practice. Thinking or talking about changes is not a commitment. Action reflects your commitment.
Persistence, not perfection, as you take a little step in your new way of personal peace. To re-focus and do it over and over again, taking a kidnail, even going forward, will get us more and faster than trying to make big, radical changes overnight. It's quite amazing how quickly little cracks take regular transformation.
If you are ready to make a transformation in personal peace, here is a practical ten-level plan.
1. Learn to love and accept you as you are. This can mean healing a major emotional ulcer since childhood, or just giving you permission to be not perfect! It begins by keeping clear intent and constantly giving love and recognition to yourself. What is the most loving thing you can do now? (It may involve getting professional help to resolve these old issues.)
2. Learn to agree what's happening around you with a neutral attitude. Acceptance does not mean you care about it. That means you look at, you watch, you allow it to be what it is. You do not spend energy ranting and raving about things you are not in a position to change.
(Along with these first two steps, you can still work to improve yourself, work for change of external circumstances, negotiate better business, etc. You just do not get all stressed and traumatized in that process.)  3. Learn to choose positive for hundreds of everyday moments. Look for good in everything. Think and speak in a positive language. This is a powerful stress wipe and great place to start with your little steps. Earn yourself to see and talk, promise and keep improving this positive outlook.
4. Learn to use all the experience as a subject for learning, growth and uplifting awareness. When you find "aha" in a challenging condition, a lot of stress is solved automatically.
5. Discover your purpose in life. Hint: You're already doing it, but it simply can not yet be recognized. Look at your relationships with yourself and others to understand the purpose of life.
6. Laugh yourself every day! Laughter is a great equalizer and brings healing at the moment.
7. Set your priorities and take action to accomplish them. Move the rest of your wish list back to the burner of life. You can do everything you want, but you can not "have everything" or "do everything" in one human life. So take up ten goals that are most meaningful to you and really work on the few. This step one will help you make your choice so clear and easy that a lot of stress will evaporate.
8. Share and simplify your life – Clear objects, activities and people that do not match your priorities. You will rid of much energy to achieve peaceful results in your heart.
9. Take time for physical self-defense. Yes, it means exercise, good nutrition, plenty of drinking water and – Yikes! – Probably more sleep!
10. Regularly consider keeping calm checks in touch with your inner self, refining your goals and strategies as needed.
You may be reading this list and thinking: "She did not mention fighting stress at all! What's the matter?" You are right. The life of personal peace is not about fighting a lot of anything. It's about transforming you into a peaceful, simple human person.
With personal peace, do not fight stress
When you go on purpose, take action on your priorities, love yourself, receive and take care of yourself and respond to the moment to The situation you encountered, you do not have to fight stress.
You'll also have stressful, upset or annoying situations. Life is almost guaranteed to deliver them. But instead of fighting, you simply encounter each situation, treating it as best you know how at the moment, and continue.
It's like the movies when Chuck Norris takes steps as the opponent falls on his face because there's no resistance. You can not flattered with stress, nor do you need a lot of stress-management technology, when you automatically accept what is and continue to convey positively about your purpose.