Finding Your Happiness
Easy Breezy Prosperity by Emmanuel Dagher
Typically, when people think of prosperity, they think of monetary prosperity. They think of how much they have in their bank accounts or how much their car or home is worth. But monetary prosperity is only one kind of prosperity, and even though it’s definitely the one people seem most concerned with, it’s rarely the most important.
Prosperity is about so much more than the contents of our bank accounts or investment portfolios. Prosperity is about what we achieve and how we look at reality. It’s about choosing to operate from a space of knowing that we are enough. We aren’t lacking.
If we can acknowledge and accept who we are and where we come from, and operate from there, we are better equipped to overcome any challenges we may face.
In our consumer-driven economy, we tend to measure our self-worth in terms of net worth. Of course, having money makes life easier, but it does not make life. It’s things like our friends, family, and health that makes life worth living.
Dictionary defines prosperity as “a successful, flourishing, or thriving condition, especially in financial respects; good fortune. Although this is accurate, it’s not complete. At its root, prosperity is about happiness. In my experiences with clients and in my own life, I’ve come to create another definition of prosperity as being “the successful pursuit of happiness; a thriving and flourishing state of being.”
Prosperity is overcoming your fear and doubt, making the choice to actively step into your ideal self.
Purpose and Prosperity
One of the most important steps toward prosperity is acknowledging and discovering our purpose. Our purpose in life is more than pursuing that 9 – to 5 job, paying off the mortgage, or counting how many friends we have. Our purpose in life, the meaning of life, is to be happy. That’s it. All we need to pursue in life is happiness. Through happiness, we will discover prosperity encompassing all the aspects it entails – family, friends, financial, health, and career. We know our purpose by knowing what brings us joy.
As we search for our true purpose, every choice before us should be simplified down to one question: “Does this align with my joy?”
If you’re living a purpose that doesn’t bring you joy, it’s not your true purpose.
What Brings Your Joy?
One of the statement that I hear most often from clients is that they don’t know what their life purpose is: they are unsure of what brings them true joy. It can be overwhelming to think about this without the help of a guide, which is exactly why I’m here to help you!
If playing with a chemistry set brought you happiness and excitement, perhaps you enjoy discovering new things and do research. It doesn’t have to be science-related; it may be the act of discovery that intrigues you.
Tap into your memories of joy and ponder them for a while. Explore them and discover what they reveal about your own personal truths.
Joys needs to be our number one priority. We need to rest in and trust the wisdom and knowing of our deepest desires.
Going To Your Heart To Shift Beliefs And Experience Happiness
Unlimited you: A Journey to an Awakening of Heart-Centered Consciousness
by Loretta Mohl and Katherine Bird
The human body holds all the wisdom to heal itself. True knowledge comes from within. By simply activating intention and focus your body does the rest. Your body is engineered so that if you tap into its healing force, that force being intention, it will lead you to health. Your body want to heal, and every cell carries extraordinary intelligence and fortitude. While we all sometimes need outside help and direction, healing is an inside job.
History has separated most of us from the truth of our own abilities. The influences of governments, medical systems and many religious systems have eroded our self-sufficiency. Our abilities, however, still exist. We are very much capable of affecting profound change within ourselves and assisting others to do so as well. Science can now show startling new possibilities regarding how we think, cells can remember, and both are linked to an extremely powerful, yet subtle energy force. Science is now taking the first steps toward verifying and understanding what ancient traditional healers have been teaching for centuries. We may have been too “brain focused:”in the past searches for understanding the mind, “… failing to see that the heart might be an information and energetic cornerstone of a three-component “min”, made up a heart that energetically integrates the brilliantly adaptive brain with its miraculously self-healing body.” Since the heart is the powerful main generator and transmitter of information / energy, it is the hub of our system’s recollection of its life – its cellular memory.
What do you want? What do you need?
Do you want happiness?
Happiness is one of the most common human goals, yet every individual carries a personal perception of what it means to be happy. It is formed of a general evaluation of our life as a whole and touches upon our deepest striving and concerns. Some see it as simply a lack of stress, while others bring certain specific conditions to its meaning. Aside from those subjective specifics, the conditions of happiness may be recognized as an energy state that is defined by you as any one of a variety of positive emotions, from euphoria to contentment. Despite what may be taught in some cultural and religious beliefs systems, human being are built to be happy. The state of happiness produces the optimal functioning of the human being spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically.
The one reason why happiness might be absent from your experience is that at one or more points in life you developed a belief and made a decision that prevents your access to your own inherent happiness. That decision can cloud your perceptions of your life; can slow your energies, and can attract further negative experiences. If you want to be happy, your goal must be to remove your self-created blocks that prevent your from accessing your happiness.
Words of Wisdom For Life’s Positives Journey
The meaning of life is to find your gift, the purpose of life is to give it way. – Joy J. Golliver –
If you surrender to the wind, you can ride it. – Toni Morrison –
How strange that Nature does not knock, and yet does not intrude! – Emily Dickinson –
The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter. – Mark Twain –
The mind is like an umbrella – it only works when it is open. – Sir James Jeans –
If you are going through hell, keep going. – Sir Winston Churchill –