How to Achieve Peace?


Definition of peace

Peace is a stress-free state of security and calmness that comes when there’s no fighting or war, everything coexisting in perfect harmony and freedom. Peace is when people are able to resolve their conflicts without violence and can work together to improve the quality of their lives. So, let us learn free simple methods for ‘how to achieve peace’ without spending money, and without using any medicine.

No Fighting: How to Achieve Peace?

Existence of peace

Peace is in existence when following suggested few points are invariably followed in its reality:

  • Everyone lives in safety, without fear or threat of violence, and no form of violence is tolerated in law or in practice
  • Everyone is equal before the law, the systems for justice are trusted, and fair and effective laws protect people’s rights
  • Everyone is able to participate in shaping political decisions and the government is accountable to the people
  • Everyone has fair and equal access to the basic needs for their wellbeing – such as food, clean water, shelter, education, healthcare, and a decent living environment
  • Everyone has an equal opportunity to work and make a living, regardless of gender, ethnicity or any other aspect of identity

Suggestions for achieving peace

We should focus on some positive ways to promote peace in our disturbed world. Here are some ideas mentioned below:

  • Make an individual commitment to nonviolence
  • When you see someone in trouble, whether he or she is lost, confused, upset, or has fallen, don’t act like you don’t see the person – provide some help
  • Show a child how to achieve calmness through deep breathing
  • Show a child how to be kind to animals and humans
  • Show a child how to be kind to vulnerable people – the homeless, those with physical or cognitive disabilities, older people, and anyone else that appears different to the child
  • Speak out against prejudice and discrimination when you see it
  • When you feel angry, count to ten with the help of our fingers before saying anything. Then, ask yourself what response will be best for the greater good
  • When you feel slighted, ask yourself if what happened was really about you or if it was about the other person
  • When you realize that it was about the other person, find in your heart some compassion for that person, realizing that he or she is most surely struggling
  • Regard people who hurt your feelings as your personal teachers of how to maintain a peaceful nature
  • If you are a member of a religious community, ask how you can get more involved in promoting peace through its programs
  • If you are not a member of a religious community, find a selfless community organization that works toward peaceful communities and volunteer
  • Share with children some positive and great tips
  • Even if someone criticizes, never hate them. Neglect them, think that they are doing a good job and helping you to correct your mistakes
  • Choose a career that yields only good things for our families, our communities, and our planet
  • Look people in the eye and smile when you pass them on the street. Better yet, actually say, “Namaskar/Hello etc even though unknown
  • Become trained in mental health first-aid so you can respond to people in mental distress
  • Serve and regard on committees and task forces that work to make your neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces safer
  • Celebrate successes in the quest for peace and nonviolence.
  • Don’t hide from life. Have faith that there is still an abundance of good in this world

Please try to follow and share these points with others. The above suggestions are not feasible to be adopted by each and every person and everyone cannot maintain themselves all the times throughout life as maintaining consciousness if impossible.

What should be done?

There are the easiest methods for establishing peace in the world?:

In fact, achieving and maintaining peace in the family, society, nation and in the world is made very easy with the applications of ‘Swami Hardas Life System’ (SHLS). As a matter of fact, in the absence of ‘health’ and ‘progress’, achieving ‘peace’ is impossible. Hence to achieve ‘peace’ it is important to get solve the problems related to ‘health’ and ‘progress’ on priority first.

Specialties of ‘SHLS’ for achieving peace 

  • Achievable without any expense or with meager expenses
  • Solving problems related to peace is simple
  • It is one of the cheapest methods in the world
  • The procedure or remedy is totally harmless and has no side effects
  • Any person irrespective of religion, caste, creed, faith, sex, status can learn, adapt and practice Siddha Spirituality of Swami Hardas Life System/method for solving problems related to peace

Now, let us compare the difference between prevailing methods of restoring peace and Swami Hardas Life System:



Costly, poor and middle-class people cannot afford.
Free or nearly free, even the poorest people can afford it.
Long and unpredictable
Very less (shortest)
Very complicated, hence specialization is required.
Very simple, hence specialization not required.
Fastest and quick.
Nearly complete but limited to materialistic matters (Sthool and up to certain extend Sukshma)
Complete covers Sthool, Sukshma and Atisukshma.
Everybody cannot learn and practice in actual life.
Everybody can learn and practice in actual life.
Depends on many other things
Complete. Need not depend on anything.
Not required.
Vast, hence specialization in small areas/ discipline of life.
Covers a complete range of all the factors of life and matters concerning all other aspects.
Cannot solve all problems, family and other’s problems.
Everybody can solve own and others problems.
Generally not required.
Requirements for  instruments
Like medicines and other instruments required.
Mostly not required.
Generally short-term
Basic Energy Field is corrected hence generally of permanent nature.
 Not changing
Changes to serve them for humanity.
All round personal, family and social.
Shanti (Peace)
Difficult to achieve
Achieved easily.
Problems: personal family and social
Generally, do increase
Decreases considerably.
Oneness ‘Ekatmata’
Nature and behavior
Generally tends to selfishness
Generally tends to serve selflessly for humanity.
Ultimate achievement
Generally limited to materialistic
Generally leads to ‘Atmananda’.

One of the many fruitful remedies is mentioned as follows, which if practiced regularly by everyone in the world, peace can be successfully restored without spending any money or getting into the clutches of medicines:-

Siddha Shanti (Peace) Exercise

It is the best exercise for easily achieving peace in real life. The method is explained below for practicing by every person, whether affected or not:

Zen, Rock Cairn, Rocks, Cairn, Nature
Eternal Peace


Sit in such a position that you must be able to sit comfortably for 15 to 20 minutes having no movements of the body. Keep both the palms in such a position over the forehead for half a minute that eyebrows should be visible.

Then bring both the palms down slowly, as close as to body and touch the ground with flat palms. Now start deep breathing by closing eyes and say in mind ‘Sha’ while inhaling and ‘nti’ while exhaling. This way the ‘Shanti’ word will be completed, which should be said 3 times on each center of the body and it should be imagined that your everything is getting calm, peaceful, enlightened and going towards celestial happiness.

When you experience this, open the eyes slowly. This peace will remain for the whole day. If this ‘Siddha Shanti (Peace) Exercise’ is practiced daily, the life will be filled with peace and ultimate happiness.


So why wait? You need no money, medicine, and even any other person’s help!!! Your life will always be at ease, you will surely be progressing gradually and experiencing a glorious life throughout. 

Appeal: Also encourage your family members, friends, relatives etc so that their precious lives also will become glorious and thus everyone in the world will also gradually become glorious. So, don’t wait and waste your precious time, if you want to enjoy the sweet fruit of ‘PEACE’.

So, friends, we shall discuss in my next article about ‘progress’. What is progress and how to solve the problems and clear obstacles on the way of our progress?



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