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Moving from Fear to Peace by LivingWell yoga/fitness instructor, Sheri Minnick and LivingWell art instructor, Cheri Hunt

Peace can be yours every day ...

Today, start with this short stress reduction meditation with LivingWell yoga/fitness instructor, Sheri Minnick.

Continue to move gently from fear to peace with LivingWell art instructor, Cheri Hunt. Her corresponding project starts with these journal prompts ...

Write about each of these prompts in your own journal and/or draw what you are feeling using the same prompts. For example, in Cheri's drawing below, she used words that resonated with her for both fear and peace ...

After drawing, start painting and use the paint to bring peace to the surface ...

Feelings of peace, love, courage, joy, gratitude, abundance, bravery, balance prevail ...

If you prefer not to draw or paint, you can use the same journal prompts and make a collage ...

Or Zendoodle! ...

Another option? Just paint—and skip words entirely. Use color to represent fear and peace and the movement between the two opposing feelings.

No matter what tools and methods you choose, we hope you are able to find peace and light every day. —Sheri Minnick and Cheri Hunt
Peace. it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart. — unknown