Do You Want to be Happy?
This might sound like a silly question. Who wouldn’t want to be happy?? Well, it turns out that this is not the case for everyone.
I know, because I have been that person. I used to feel that I had “the right” to be angry, bitter and depressed since life had handed me such a shitty hand of cards.
Few things could provoke me more than people claiming that happiness has to come from within. My go-to response was, “Don’t you think I would have been happy if my life didn’t suck!!???”
I know I’m not alone in defending myself that way. I hear it all the time. Life sucks, so let’s ALL be miserable…..
My life isn’t perfect and I am far from perfect, but I am happier than I have ever been before! I wake up happy, grateful just to be alive, knowing that today I’m taking one step further towards my goals in this exciting journey called Life.
I don’t think a life without problems is realistic. It’s how we are able to deal with those problems that makes ALL the difference.
Your quality of life isn’t measured by how wealthy you are, the size of your house or how expensive your car is. Your quality of life isn’t measured by how healthy you are or what you look like.
Your quality of life is measured by how you FEEL. If you depend on other people and circumstances to make you happy, you’ll spend the rest of your life trying to change other people and control the world around you. The irony is that the only thing we can control is our own mind.
Who else but you controls how you think and feel? Only YOU can think your thoughts. Only YOU can feel your feelings. It’s time to stop the blame game. Join our next class to learn how: https://masterkey.vision/bibi
The techniques you’ll learn in the class are based on science, it’s not a hype. Start TODAY by following these simple but effective tricks:
The 5 Habits That Make You Happier
Write down 3 things every day that you are grateful for.
Read them, feel the gratitude.
Repeat daily with 3 new things/persons/events.
Here’s a helpful reminder/question if you can’t find anything to be grateful for: What if you woke up tomorrow with only the things you were grateful for today?
Write just one or two sentences daily about something nice that happened that day. It doesn’t have to be HUGE. For example, you enjoyed the taste of your coffee that morning. Or perhaps you heard a bird chipper. You read a good book. A stranger smiled to you. Write it down. Re-live the moment, feel it. Repeat (Read it again, re-feel it again the next day, and the next).
Move that body! Go for a walk. Dance. Do a few jumping jacks to get a charge of the so-called happy hormones. 5 minutes daily or more. Start small. Just do something.
A relaxed mind is a happier mind. If you have never meditated before, you can always start by listening to guided mediations on apps or YouTube. When you think you’ve got the idea, try alone … You may have a topic or a goal you wish to meditate on, perhaps an intention, or just to clear your mind. Start with 10 minutes daily, increase to 30 minutes and more when you get the hang of it.
5. Random Acts of Kindness:
When you are kind to other people, you brighten their day. Being kind to others is also a way of being kind to yourself. It feels good to be kind! In a world where you can be anything, be kind. Watch the ripple effects…
Download My Free Happiness PDF:
The Happiness Advantage
Sawn Achor, researcher and author of the book ‘The Happiness Advantage’, has found that happy people have a lot of advantages:
Now it’s Your Turn!
Are you ready to learn how to change your mind and begin to ENJOY the life you were meant to live?
To be among the very first to hear when the doors open to new students, see here: https://masterkey.vision/bibi
Until the next class begins, I will gladly send you my hottest tips about mental health and personal growth when you sign up here.