Tag: happiness

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The source of happiness

What is the closest thing that you have? What is the one thing that is important to you the most? Do you depend on it? Or perhaps can't be without it? Is it more than one thing? Take a moment to think about the things that are closest to you that you can't be without. Now ask yourself - Do I believe that what I have will always exist there for me or am I worried about what I have disappearing from my life?
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Distractions

Many of our everyday repeated routines, are in fact deliberate distractions from the things that we are looking to avoid. However, as it turns out most of the time, our fears and worries that we're trying to avoid are as a result of a simple and innocent misunderstanding
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Repetition

Looking at life and believing only in what you can see can make us feel trapped, lose faith in our dreams. Most of the time our minds can't show us the immediate path that can lead us to where we want to go. Understand how your thinking is keeping you limited in your life and avoid being trapped by your our own mind
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How much is enough?

The inner sense of satisfaction cannot be ever satisfied if it depends on the changing circumstance.When we seek to feel good about ourselves and look to get this feeling from the outside we fall into a trap. The problem with the outside is that it is always changing. So we find ourselves chasing what is always changing, never knowing how to stop because if we stop, what will make us feel good about ourselves? - You don't have to chase your happiness anymore.
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Do more of what you love

Do more of what you love. Love is the only truth there is. The mind will tell you otherwise. This knowing of the mind comes from fear. Doing what you need, doing what you want comes from the mind and most of the time it comes from fear. Fear of the mind is not the truth. Fear of the mind is not real and yet we choose to believe it is. We interpret the feeling of the imaginary fear as real because we feel it in our bodies and then we conclude that this is the truth…