Happy people don’t wait for wonderful circumstances before they give the world their smile. It’s a certain kind of person that awakens joy in their life, and that kind of person is you.
The body is our home in this life. It is a means of experiencing life and communicating a message of love, if we so choose. Honor your body. Practice kindness and respect, and this is what you will receive in return.
In an effort to better define and measure true, authentic happiness, we can look at three “kinds of happiness” studied by Positive Psychology experts.
There are so many uses for coconut oil. You can consume it, and you can slather it all over your body. Trust me, it’s not as nuts as it sounds (corny pun intended).
Happiness begins when you start loving yourself. Contrary to what some people might tell you, loving yourself is not selfish. It is the most selfless act you can commit. Self-love fills you up, and this love can’t help but spill out into the world around you. That’s how love works; it is in its very nature limitless and meant to be shared.
Coconut oil is amazing in so many ways. It can be put to work as a healthful component of food and drink recipes, skincare, hair care, or healing remedies. Let’s focus on some of the most accessible coconut oil uses in the kitchen.
Since H2O makes up nearly two thirds of who we are physically, it’s no real surprise that there are a ton of benefits of drinking water.
Fear-based beliefs keep us stuck and programmed. Using your imagination, you can interrupt negative patterns and transcend the stories that have held you back from living in peace and happiness. This brain training exercise can help you choose peace instead of stress.
As a “recovering perfectionist,” I completely understand the bittersweet relationship between passion and perfection. If you’re passionate about anything, chances are you’ve struggled–and maybe continue to struggle–with perfection.
Our relationship with nature is only, well, natural. We are intimately connected to Mother Nature, and going outside reminds us that we’re part of something much greater than ourselves, which is both humbling and enlightening.
Foster inner peace amid chaotic outer circumstances. These three breathing exercises are simple to deploy in any given situation, and can play a valuable role in managing stress.