Be Still and Calm Your Chaos: As we all know, chaos comes in all forms in our lives. But one of the most extreme forms of chaos we tend to get put ourselves into are the ones we create within ourselves. Chaos by definition means complete disorder and confusion. They say it’s a behavior so unpredictable that it would appear to be random, owing to great sensitivity to small changes in conditions. Let me take you deeper and tell you about the term “chaos theory.” Chaos theory concerns deterministic systems whose behavior can in root be predicted. Chaotic systems are predictable for a while and then “appear” to become random.  

Quite interesting right? The amount of time for which the behavior of a chaotic system can be effectively predicted depends on three things: How much uncertainty we are willing to tolerate in the forecast; how accurately we are able to measure its current state; and a time scale depending on the dynamics of the system.

When we believe we are having a chaotic moment on our journey, it’s our own [belief system] that confirms this. Most of the time people think that someone else’s chaos is their chaos. As a result, they tend to stress about a chaotic moment they didn’t create. When we are having a moment due to overwhelming of assignments, responsibilities, family problems, or unorganized situations – Just step back and BE STILL.

Recognize that you are in control and can calm the situation. Power and Peace dwells in the individuals who can create it in the middle of [their] chaos. When you can [own] up to your chaos, you can then measure it, decide how much you will tolerate it, and when you will calm it.

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