In today’s world, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. The pace of life seems to be getting faster and faster, the pressure from work feels relentless. In this blog post we will explore what can be done to find inner peace in a world filled with tension. The first step to finding peace is identifying what tensions you are currently experiencing. Often people do not realize they feel stressed out until it becomes overwhelming, but by identifying where your tension exists you can begin working on ways of managing the stress and finding inner peace. One common source of tension that many people face in our society is work related pressure and expectations. The constant push for productivity at a high level leads to feelings such as frustration, anger or depression when goals cannot be reached within an expected time period. Another common area that causes stress are relationships with other people whether family members or close friends (e.g., relationship conflicts). Relationships often become sources of conflict because we have different needs from each other leading to disagreements about how life should be lived. Identifying where your tensions exist is the first step in finding peace within yourself and managing stress related to these areas of life. Once you have identified tensions it is important to find ways of managing the stress and tension. One way that people often deal with their stress is through exercise which allows a momentary escape from your problems allowing time for relaxation, this can be done as an individual or even better in groups where you are able to interact socially while receiving physical benefits from exercising. Meditation offers another avenue for reducing tension by providing a momentary break in our thought process, being mindful about what feelings we currently experience without attaching judgmental thoughts towards these emotions will allow us to gain insight into how these situations affect us mentally thus leading to increased awareness of self-needs. This newfound knowledge can lead to improved personal interactions with others if peace within yourself has been found (e.