Happy people don’t wait for wonderful circumstances before they give the world their smile. It’s a certain kind of person that retains the capacity to bring joy to even the smallest things; luckily, since you and I are human, we’re both that kind of person.
Our lives are shaped by our thoughts. The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another. Here we emphasize bringing the full might of our conscious mind to the present moment, the positive possibilities, and the love.
In an effort to better define and measure true, authentic happiness, we can look at three “kinds of happiness” studied by Positive Psychology experts.
Why are happy people so, well, happy? I can give you three solid reasons right now—these are things I’ve started doing that have led to greater happiness in my life, every day.
New to affirmations? Learn how to harness The Law of Attraction by aligning your thoughts with your heart. Discover my recipe for positive affirmations that work; it’s a simple concept with magnificent results. The ultimate gift you receive is a shift in perception, which is a miracle.
If you feel consumed in the drama of the world, let these powerful facts about the universe ground you in the truth that life is so much more—maybe more than we could ever imagine.
Happiness is a practice that requires our loving devotion. If you want to know how to be happy, you must know patience and persistence. You must understand how to enjoy the journey without getting lost in the glamour of the end result.
The question we should be asking is one which Aristotle posed 2,500 years ago: “What is the good life?” Positive psychology would suggest that the answer is tied up in the identification and the use of your signature strengths.
Wake up on the bright side of bed with an insightful collection of good morning quotes. Do not long forget that each morning is another chance to live, a blessing sometimes in disguise.
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.
Repeating Sanskrit mantras is an ancient practice that we can apply to the modern world for more peace, purpose, and happiness.