Happiness & Humor
Yet again, another year passes and we all think (at least a little bit) about what the new year will bring. While losing weight, eating healthy, and quitting smoking are all fantastic resolutions to have, there is one thing that you could do that would make ALL of your dreams a reality, and that is to make it your mission to master the Law of Attraction this year.
Approximately 10 months ago, beloved and world-renowned Buddhist Monk, Thich Nhat Hanh had a stroke that left him unable to speak. Just recently, he spoke his first words…
The stuff you have, the material things you posses, and all the clutter you have been accumulating in your life up until this moment says nothing about your value and self-worth. It only says that you are someone who likes to gather a lot stuff.
When creating the lives we want for ourselves, we need to keep envisioning in our hearts and our minds what we DO want, not putting focus on that which we do NOT want. Again, it’s all about the energy and where our attention goes is where things will grow in our lives. Where we put the most attention is where we will see our manifestations literally come to life!
Stop hating yourself for everything you aren’t and start loving yourself for everything that you are.
How to use a higher level of awareness to deal with potentially stressful situations in everyday life.
Relationships are a key area of happiness or dissatisfaction, so invest in your relationships – especially you’re primary one with your life partner. Do the simple things like appreciate your partner, be loving, always give him or her the benefit of the doubt.
“Why do good things happen to bad people — and so many bad things happen to good people?” It sometimes feels like we’re living in a perpetual opposite day, where “Love yourself not your neighbor” seems to be the golden rule and “Take and you shall receive” appears to be the principle of abundance.
Inadvertent shrinking back from your real magnitude, capability, and Self can occur for a variety of reasons, but perhaps most often when you feel that others will be able to more easily understand, access, or approve of you as a result.
Various studies have been done which prove that drawing, doodling, and even something as subtle as fidgeting can boost our creativity and focus.