Find the Happiness
Updated: Nov 21, 2019
The person who sends out positive thoughts activates the world around him positively and draws back to himself positive results.Happiness is a skill you can learn and practice the rest of your life. Whether you drive from happiness, pursuit happiness, or simply grow happiness right under your feet, you can draw from many sources to help you on your journey.To help you on your happiness path, i am writing this blog to dedicate to all those who seeks happiness from the world.
Happiness for me is inner peace. I can only reach it through forgiveness and non-judgment Oh I like to catch myself desiring something and then I let it go. I don't want to suffer!
(Inner peace is the ultimate source of happiness and joyfulness. ~ Dalai Lama)
Happiness is not in things, it is in us.
Our mental state has a tremendous influence on how we experience our daily life. The greater our peace of mind, the greater our ability to enjoy a happy, joy-filled life.By re-training the mind, we can transform our entire outlook on life, and our approach to living, in a way that adds to the daily happiness in our lives, even if nothing in our external situation changes.
The way to greater happiness and peace of mind is basic, just three steps:
1. Identify those factors which lead to happiness, and those which lead to suffering.Be happy. Appreciate this moment. Resist nothing. Love yourself and others. Be grateful for small blessings. Make happiness your number one priority. When you remain positive, you summon well-being, and vanquish illness and dis-ease.
2. Eliminate those that lead to suffering: Recognize that you have the power to heal yourself. That healing power flows from the thoughts you think. Allow positive thoughts to circulate, eliminating stress and boosting your immune system.
3. Cultivate those that lead to happiness:Free yourself from past resentments and disappointments about who you were yesterday. Stop engaging in self-blame and guilt for past acts and omissions. Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Let go of any and all resentment you’re hanging onto about everyone and everything else. Stop looking for reasons to criticize and blame others for their acts and omissions. Let go of your desire to control others.The road to true happiness is simple, but not easy. But if we are willing to put in the effort and approach it from multiple angles, we will get there. I fully agree with you that happiness requires discipline and effort.