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It’s for people who like seeing themselves as part of a bigger picture … people with a sense of wonder … people who just like being outside at night. Thank You, Joanna Macy. Change: Nine Simple Steps To Change. Why is it so hard to make the changes you really want to make?

Change: Nine Simple Steps To Change

If you are not happy now then something in your life needs to be different. Working as a psychotherapist, specialized kinesiologist and mentor I discovered many ways that people remain stuck in unhappy life situations because of the activity taking place in the six inches between their ears. Most people think too much. Some people do not think for themselves at all. Pretty hard to change when you believe that thought alone can make a difference for you, isn’t it? Okay, so you realize that you choose to stay in your comfort zone—which means you are not crazy about making changes. How do you get out of the box? Change happens when you consistently apply those steps. 12 Things Happy People Do Differently. Post written by: Marc Chernoff Email by Jacob Sokol of Sensophy “I’d always believed that a life of quality, enjoyment, and wisdom were my human birthright and would be automatically bestowed upon me as time passed.

12 Things Happy People Do Differently

I never suspected that I would have to learn how to live - that there were specific disciplines and ways of seeing the world I had to master before I could awaken to a simple, happy, uncomplicated life.” -Dan Millman Studies conducted by positivity psychologist Sonja Lyubomirsky point to 12 things happy people do differently to increase their levels of happiness.

I want to honor and discuss each of these 12 points, because no matter what part of life’s path we’re currently traveling on, these ‘happiness habits’ will always be applicable. Express gratitude. – When you appreciate what you have, what you have appreciates in value. Jacob Sokol is committed to living an extraordinary life. Photo by: Aurelio Asiain If you enjoyed this article, check out our new best-selling book. Owls Wings – Home Homework. We shape our dwellings, and afterwards, our dwellings shape us. ~ Winston Churchill We continue to explore one of the main components of the Fourth House, which is our sense of Home with a capital H.

Owls Wings – Home Homework

We are considering the idea that our home can create a pattern for our overall energy. As our most intimate, private space, it is where our dreams and shadows are most likely to first manifest. Therefore, you can set a specific intention, and then arrange your home to reflect and support this. And you can create what you desire in other parts of your life, by making changes in your home environment. Author Denise Linn calls this idea the template of the home. But before we start rearranging willy-nilly, the first step to enhancing and harmonizing our home energy template is to take an inventory. At some point this weekend, when you feel calm and receptive (not stressed or judgmental!)

Similarly, perhaps you have a collection that you have had for many years. Finding Happiness in Life. Success is not the key to happiness.

Finding Happiness in Life

Happiness is the key to success.Herman Cain Happiness is something everyone wants to achieve. While on the surface people may seem to be looking for money, recognition, or other things, what they actually seek is happiness. Unfortunately, many people never reach the level of happiness they desire. While I can’t claim to be the happiest person in the world (I wish I could :) ), I do learn something about it.

But, before we start, we should agree on something: our happiness is our responsibility. With that in mind, here are 20 ways to find happiness in life: 1. Comparing yourself with others won’t do you any good. 2. There are so many things we should be grateful for, but we often forget them. We tend to forget that happiness doesn’t come as a result of getting something we don’t have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have.Frederick Keonig.