How can I be happier? This is one of the most popular questions on Google with more than 6 billion search results.
Sure, we all want to feel really, really good. Amen to that. But somehow we’ve all bought into the myth that happiness is something we can only achieve when everything in our lives finally looks the way we think that it should. The perfect job, perfect body, killer wardrobe … But here’s the challenge: these things don’t create happiness; so happiness becomes this elusive thing that we desire but don’t know how to achieve.
So far, 2020 has been tough and according to Gabby Bernstein, author of “Miracles Now”, fear is the sneaky thing that drains happiness and content. We get so hooked onto the fears for our future and the regrets from our past, that we disconnect with the present moment. Truth is, most of us allow our circumstances to choose our attitude for us; we’re in a good mood as long as everything runs smoothly, right?
However, happiness is not circumstantial. Real happiness - the kind that leaves you feeling ridiculously giddy and radiant – isn’t about the occasional big-ticket bliss experiences, like falling head over heels in love or landing your dream job. It’s about the simpler moments of joy in life. The ones that come around every day.
So, choose happiness. Sure, it isn’t always easy, but it is always, always an option.
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