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I remember once in grade school a good friend asked me if I was happy. That really shook me because I felt that my mask was firmly in place and he was...
If you don't pay appropriate attention to what has your attention, it will take more of your attention than it deserves. -- David Allen As we...
You want to be truly happy? Follow these simple steps.
I have tried by offering potential solutions, strategies and ways to make them feel better, because when we feel good, good comes our way.
By simply eliminating should from your self-talk vocabulary today, you start thinking of your potential self that, when cultivated, will help you become who you were always meant to be.
Right at the start, realize it's okay to feel sorry for yourself. Giving yourself a wraparound hug isn't weakness. It's simply relieving your stress and pain. Squeeze hard, and pull yourself in close.
Activating the virtue of compassion is what establishes it as the cornerstone of positive social interconnection and humanism. The reward, of treating ourselves and others with compassion is that we feel contented in our hearts knowing that we are helping humanity evolve to greater peace and harmony.
The level of stress and intense competition was at an all-time high. I was determined to become an architect no matter what -- not even being subjected to sexual harassment.
Without the love I have found with my future spouse, all of the wedding-related things and experiences wouldn't bring an ounce of joy. The root of my happiness is Craig and our commitment -- not the tangible items.
Stress also known as "the silent killer" starts internally, and if ignored will manifest in multiple ways externally. Intuition is the ability to find...
If there is something you fear at this moment, sit with it, don't resist it. Let your fear tell you what it wants from you. Let your fear show you what needs to be rectified in order to move forward.
I'm doing my best to stay on the path to mastering my skills. I've only been writing for about a year. The thought of what it requires to become great makes me have second thoughts about trying--almost every day. But I keep going. Why? Because I love it. To know what I want to do with my life and to avoid it is sinful.
The purpose of this post is not to convince you to give up your screens. That's a ridiculous idea! Why would you do that? But I would like to offer you a quick nugget of advice for limiting the damage that screen addiction can have on your overall happiness.
And all this translates to greater emotional well-being as we age moving to that upward swing of the U. Not a revolting development, after all!
Social media has turned life and its experiences into an exercise in narcissism. No matter what the experience is actually about, it becomes about you, the person who is living it.
Life isn't about control. It's about just being and doing and in this beingness and doingness we grow to be the perfect souls we were born to be. We learn to trust in ourselves and to truly love who we are. And best of all we learn to love the world we live in and all the life within it.
Don't we all seem to be endlessly searching for happiness? Sometimes we blame circumstances or people for the things that make us feel otherwise, when in fact it all starts within ourselves. It all begins within our own minds.
The following post is adapted from THE WISDOM OF THE CHAKRAS: TOOLS FOR NAVIGATING THE COMPLEXITY OF LIFE (Lantern Books) by Ellen Tadd. Some people ...