The International Day of Happiness was established by the United Nations to recognize the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world. Still, happiness is not the only option we have.
When we are temporarily unhappy is because we need to learn, or let go of, something. When the unhappiness becomes chronic is because we were too caught up in the unpleasantness.
Would you be interested in feeling good most of the time? How about going from feeling depression to feeling joy? It can be possible sooner than you think if you use the Harmony Scale.
Feeling good is an inside job. Since emotions happen within your body, you are the only one who can choose how to feel at all times—and the Harmony Scale can help you with that.
Everyone wants to be loved, everyone wants to love, but many are confused and don’t know how. Keep reading to learn more about love and how to love right.
Let me start with this, if you don’t love yourself, you don’t have love to give—simple as that. If you don’t have love to give, it’s very common to get all kinds of love mixed up in the effort to love and wanting to feel love.
Not everyone can say they feel comfortable feeling emotions. In fact, I would say most people feel uncomfortable feeling them. Especially those emotions they don’t like how they feel. But we need them. We need emotions to learn, grow and evolve.
We need to allow ourselves to feel comfortable with emotions. This process begins by learning more about them and about allowing ourselves to feel them. Let’s start by knowing what emotions are exactly.
Much of the pain and suffering we experience in this life is because we do not know how to let go; letting go of our jobs, letting go of relationships, letting go of our life stages, letting go of our deceased, and more.
The sooner we learn to let go, the sooner we rid ourselves of extra energetic weight that’s pulling us down and keeping us in places we don’t want to be; and the sooner we begin to feel happier.
We’ve been selling the idea to ourselves that if we want a great life we need to be happy. But that’s a false idea because it’s impossible to be happy all the time.
It’s not only impossible to be happy all the time; it’s unrealistic since happiness is not the only positive feeling emotion we can experience.
There are two roads in life: one where life feels like a joyful ride and another one where life feels very painful. Which road are you on? Are you on the painful road? If so, keep reading so you can learn how to switch lanes.
As long as we travel through the road of life we are growing. We grow in many areas of our lives, but the main and most inevitable growth is about expansion, about evolution, about being more than what we were.
Being optimistic is like an internal switch you can turn on and off yourself. You decide when you want to be optimistic and when not to. Learn how to do so here.
Last week I gave you 5 great reasons to be optimistic; this week I’m giving you a few ideas so you can become optimistic in no time.
You might keep hearing over and over that if you want a better life you ought to begin by loving yourself. But how exactly do you that? How do you love yourself?
We know that loving ourselves means to be kind and compassionate toward oneself, but there are more components that form part of who and what YOU really are. Join me this week as I give you lots of information to go deep into each one of those components so you are aware of, accept and love yourself.
One of the causes of suffering in our lives has to do in great part with how we see what surrounds us.
Fortunately there is a way to diminish that suffering by understanding the difference between “This” and “Now”.
It’s time we begin looking at happiness differently. Happiness is not a destination to get to, nor a journey you go through. Happiness is right here, right now, where you live.
Happiness is an emotional state where you live most of the day. Happiness is a home; an emotional home.
We all love happy endings, don’t we? In most stories we hear or watch we expect a happy ending, and if we don’t get it, we don’t like the story.
But, how about in our personal stories? Can we have happily ever afters in our lives?
We are not always happy and I’m totally sure it was not intended to always be that way; although I think it was intended to be that way most of the time.
Human nature is to go through a range of positive and negative emotions all day every day. But you decide which emotions you want to spend more of your day in.
Most of us are used to think whichever thought comes to our mind. But if you really want to be in control of your life, you need to be more deliberate and choose which thoughts you want to pay attention to.
Valentine's Day is not just about loving others, it's about loving yourself too.
Do you even know what loving yourself means? If not, it's time to know it now. Keep reading.