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How To Find Happiness : Seven Keys To Get Started


How To Find Happiness : Seven Keys To Get Started

Much of what I've discovered so far on my path to positive development and self-discovery is summarized in this article. With the assistance of many wonderful teachers and mentors along the way, through all of life's ups and downs, I now frequently live in a state of bliss and contentment. Although I still have a lot to learn, I wanted to share with you what I have so far found to be most useful. I firmly think that everyone has the power to select their mental frame of mind. So, if happiness is what you seek, you must make that decision. Here are some tips to assist you in doing just that.


·         * Self-Worth

Without self-worth, happiness would always be just out of reach. Of course, there is a continuum on which self-worth may be judged. It's not as if you either possess it or do not. Depending on the circumstances of your life, you might possess varied degrees, and those degrees can also change.

A balanced sense of self-worth without an exaggerated sense of significance is typically possessed by the happiest people. Between confidence and arrogance, one must carefully tread this delicate line.

While acknowledging that everyone of us is only a distinct gear in a very large wheel, confidence conveys a sense of assurance. Nobody is more significant than anybody else. High self-worth people are aware of their life's mission. They are aware of their purpose and go about fulfilling it as their life's job. They also cherish each and every person with whom they share a place.

Arrogant people are aware of their own value, yet they subsequently look down on others they believe to be less deserving. On the opposite end of the spectrum, there are some who acknowledge the value of others yet do not think they are deserving of the privilege of breathing.


The secret is a balanced sense of one's own value.

1.     * Gratitude

Gratitude is the second element of happiness. Enumerating the things that are not the way we want them to be is in our nature. We are wired to detect when something is wrong and not necessarily to appreciate when everything is going according to plan. This makes keeping a grateful mindset difficult, but it's something we should aim towards. I've already indicated that according to Universal Law, we attract the things we think about the most. More comes to us when we are thankful for what we already have.

I know someone who spends his life in accordance with the idea that "No good act goes unpunished." I have the worst luck, as another person I know is prone to saying. Nothing positive ever occurs to me. And what about that? They are accurate! They receive exactly what they ask for from the universe. Others with comparable misfortune persist or look for the lesson in the circumstance. In result, these folks experience greater joy and fulfillment.

Being grateful for what you have is another aspect of thankfulness. The song's phrase, "It's not about getting what you want; it's about desiring what you have," is one of my favorites. As long as you are thankful along the road, there is nothing wrong with wanting to do better than you already are. Even in the worst of circumstances, there is always some positive to be found. The balance and order of life are flawless. If we are willing to recognize it, anything that has a lot of suffering attached with it also has a lot of wonderful aspects.

* Using a positive life frame

Positivity in one's life frame is the third secret to happiness. Any item of information can be seen from three perspectives: favorably, unfavorably, or neutrally. The ideal approach to life is to approach all information as impartial. We may stop opposing what is genuinely happening at any particular time and learn to accept life as it comes. That one, though, is quite challenging for a lot of us.

Finding a technique to turn bad life circumstances into good ones is a great first step. There is always a way to look for the good in even the worst situations in life. In almost every case, the advantage is obvious in retrospect. The true advantage arises when we are able to see it while the tragedy plays out, or at the very least, when we remain open to the idea that there may be a benefit even if we are unable to realize it at the time. There can never be a bad occurrence in life without a matching good one, just as there can never be a neutron without a proton in science.

* Locus of Control Internal

Possessing an internal center of control is the fourth secret of happiness. Individuals with an internal locus of control think that their actions and the outcomes they produce are entirely under their own control. Those who have an external locus of control are contrasted with this. These people think that other factors, such as other people, fate, luck, or uncontrollable situations, dictate their conduct.

A "can do" attitude is produced by having an internal center of control. A powerless attitude typically emerges from an external locus of control. Even if those who have an internal locus of control occasionally encounter events that are out of their control, they nevertheless look for actions they can do to make things better. They don't dwell on the idea that anything negative occurred to them. They search for chances to take firm action and make things better.

A person is more in control of their own fate in this way. They might refuse to play the victim and take decisive steps to improve their quality of life.

* Continued Education

Adopting a mindset of continual learning is the sixth secret to happiness. To learn something new every day should be your aim. Look for the knowledge that may be gleaned from each new person and circumstance that you come across. Look for the lesson, even in situations where we feel like we committed a "error." There is always something to learn.

We are in peril when we think we have learned everything there is to know. We cease learning from the people and circumstances that cross our way when we assume we already know everything. When we stop searching for the lessons, we start blaming other people or things for the suffering we endure rather than trying to find out what we need to know to go on in life.

* Love

The sixth element of happiness is love. I'm not referring about being in a committed relationship with someone who loves you. I'm referring to a love that is so strong inside of you that it just wants to touch everyone. We all aspire to unconditional love, but sadly the majority of us are more interested in receiving it than in giving it. When someone loves you without conditions, whether it's your spouse, parents, grandparents, foster parents, aunts, uncles, friends, or even a dog, you are very fortunate and blessed.

True unconditional love is uncommon and should be treasured. However, reflect on the number of times you have shown unconditional love. Do you love others inherently and without conditions? Happiness will result from a love like this. It doesn't matter if that particular someone doesn't reciprocate your love; what counts is what is in YOUR heart. Do you just love to the extent that you believe you are being loved in return? That is most definitely not unconditional! If you want to find love in your life, you must first learn to love in order to draw that love to you. The ultimate happiness will result from loving without seeking anything in return. Try it.

* Participation

Contribution is the final element of pleasure. This combines knowing one's life purpose with acting on it. People are incredibly contributing to the welfare of humanity when they are aware of their divine mission in this life and actively work to realize it. The key to happiness is having meaningful job and leaving a legacy. We affect lives when we carry out the task we were supposed to undertake. Whether one's mission is to develop a cure for AIDS or to clean public bathrooms, following their divine destiny will lead to a strong life fulfillment that cannot be achieved in any other way. Making a difference is essential to happiness.

It's not simple to put these seven happiness principles into practice in daily life. Personal coaching can be beneficial as you work to replace some old, unhealthy behaviors with new ones that promote enjoyment and productivity. According to Jack Can field, "engaging in some form of coaching program is at the top of the list of things successful individuals do to quicken their journey toward success. A coach will assist you in clarifying your vision and goals, overcoming your fears, maintaining your focus, confronting your unconscious behaviors and old patterns, expecting the best from you, assisting you in upholding your morals, demonstrating how to earn more money while working less, and preserving your core genius. "Why not try it out?

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