As said in the Bhagwad Gita, 'You have a right to your actions,but never to the action's fruits. Act for the action's sake and do not be attached to inaction.Self possessed ,resolute act without any thoughts of results,open to success or failure.
Arjuna says "The mind is restless, unsteady, turbulent wild and stubborn, truly it seems to me, as hard to master as the wind.
Devotion or unconditional love is what Brahman is about. Guiding your energy, your soul through meditation with rudraksha beads and yoga malas that channel it through the chakras and raise your kundalini such that merges with the divine is a tried and tested method of the sages.
Opening your heart to others and removing the clutter that creates malice ,meditating on the purity of Brahman, let there be peace ,peace, peace. Om !