Posts Tagged ‘happy’

Happy New Year 2013 from A Love For Life

Monday, December 31st, 2012
Happy New 2013 - May it be the best year ever! - from A Love For Life

Happy New 2013 – May it be the best year ever! – from A Love For Life

The True Joy Of Life

Monday, December 24th, 2012

There is the true joy of life - to be used by a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one - to be thoroughly worn out before being thrown on the scrap heap - to be a force of nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that life will not devote itself to making you happy. - George Bernard Shaw

Quote text: “There is the true joy of life – to be used by a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one – to be thoroughly worn out before being thrown on the scrap heap – to be a force of nature instead of a feverish selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that life will not devote itself to making you happy.” – George Bernard Shaw

Happy At Home

Friday, November 30th, 2012

To be happy at home is the ultimate result of all ambition the end to which every enterprise and labour tends - Samuel Johnson

10 Ways to Live a Happy and Healthy Life

Sunday, November 18th, 2012

Daniele Boido, spiritual teacher and author of The Human Being Of The Future, has suggested ten simple steps that could lead you to a happier lifestyle. As reported by the Daily Express, Daniel said purging negative emotions and improving relationships could helps us create a better and happier life.

Here are Daniele’s top tips on how to feel upbeat and fulfilled.

1. Understand spirituality

To enhance your spirituality make sure that whenever you come across someone with less understanding and awareness of particular situations you do everything in your power to help them, Daniele said.

“Show compassion, patience and unconditional love. Don’t judge and instead share your knowledge and insights to try to support and encourage them to follow their own path,” advises Daniele.

“Work on becoming more aware and in tune with your thoughts and actions. This could be through meditation, exercise or a healthy lifestyle as these will help you to achieve inner strength and a connection to others,” he added.

2. Learn to forgive

He said holding on to past hurts only leads to a destructive state of mind.

“If someone has hurt you then you need to let go of your bitterness and resentment in order to move on,” said Daniele.

“For a few moments repeat in your mind or out loud, ‘I truly and freely forgive and let go of any negative event and person from my past and anyone who needs to forgive me now does’,” he said.

3. Take care of your body

Daniele recommends eating plenty of fresh foods including fruit, vegetables, seeds, nuts, pulses and wholegrains, suggesting “These will nourish your body with vibrant, healthy energy.”

He also advocates taking up a mind and body exercise such as yoga, Pilates or tai chi.

4. Release negative emotions

To let go of negative emotions Daniele suggested a simple exercise.

He said, “Sitting comfortably, begin to inhale and exhale taking long, slow, deep breaths.

“As you exhale imagine releasing all negative emotions such as anger, revenge or jealousy. As you inhale imagine breathing in the positive qualities you need in your life such as calmness, courage and willpower.

“Continue this for a few minutes. With practice you will find it easier to let go of negative feelings,” he added.

5. Share unconditional love

Daniele said feeling unconditional love towards yourself and others creates harmony.

“The more you can open yourself up to this feeling the more peaceful and tranquil you will feel,” he stated.

6. Find your inner boss

If one moment you feel calm and in control yet the next stressed out and compelled to binge on chocolate you might need to summon your inner boss.
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“If you want to feel more in control a simple tactic is to imagine that you have an inner chairman,” said Daniele.

7. Learn from others

Daniele says we can learn a lot from people we fall in love with.

8. Be aware

When you’re caught up with work, looking after family or just trying to get through the day it’s easy to slip into an automatic, zombie-like state.

To come out of this Daniele said, “Find a quiet place. Relax and starting with your right thumb mentally isolate and focus on every single body part.”

“Notice how they feel and work on being aware of how you are mentally and physically,” he suggested.

9. Create positive vibes

“You must develop the ability to focus,” said Daniele.

He suggests practising this exercise: “Draw a large circle. Fill it with black pen. Place it at eye level, breathing slowly and deeply. Focus on it for three minutes. Use these focusing skills when summoning positive thoughts.”

10. Try to connect with nature

“In the morning spend two to three minutes focusing on things such as water (rain), trees, flowers, grass or fruits. In the evening focus on inner qualities including love, peace, kindness and harmony. This will help you to create a stronger connection to these natural qualities and feel more in tune with nature,” Daniele said.

Source: http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-11-02/fitness/34796986_1_unconditional-love-negative-emotions-spirituality

Life is too short to be anything but happy

Monday, March 5th, 2012

There comes a time in your life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Forget the bad, and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right, pray for the ones who don’t. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is a part of life, getting back up is living. – José N. Harris, A Story of Faith, Hope and Love.

Make Life Happy

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Very little is needed to make life happy. It is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

What is it? – A Love For Life

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

What is it?

It costs nothing and is worth a lot.
It makes the receiver richer without making the giver poorer.
It is brief as lightning but lingers in memory forever.
Nobody is so rich that they can do without it.
And nobody is so poor that they cannot afford it.

It makes for a happy home,
Creates goodwill in business,
and is the sign of friendship.

It gives strength to the tired,
Uplifts the disheartened,
Cheers up the sad,
and is the best remedy against annoyance.

It cannot be bought or begged or stolen because it is valuable only when given as a present.

Nobody needs it more desperately than someone who has none left for others.

A Smile :-)

 

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