All our lives we keep searching for happiness. But the address of real happiness is not a secret that needs some code to decipher. Happiness is silently and beautifully hidden in our mundane life. We come across it during our daily routine many a times during the course of a day and it still is able to allude us. And I often feel it standing by, looking at us laughing, teasing in a way. So, let’s try and nab it and bring this elusive happiness closer to us and let’s make her sit by our side at all times. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
The basic life practices need to be in order to stay happy. If I get way too hungry or I don’t allow myself to sleep enough I become unhappy. Too much of pending work causes stress and makes us unhappy. So, the first step to happiness is control these impulses for happiness.
Expressing anger immediately is good. Suppressing it for long is not. But at the same time expressing anger related to minor, fleeting annoyances simply amplifies bad feelings, not expressing this kind of anger often allows it to dissipate.
Fake it till you feel it. Feelings follow actions. If I’m feeling low, I deliberately act cheery, and I find myself actually feeling happier. If I’m feeling angry at someone, I do something thoughtful for them and my feelings soften. This strategy is quite effective.
A realization that  anything worth doing is worth doing any day. Challenge and novelty are key elements of happiness. Our brain is stimulated by surprise, and successfully dealing with an unexpected situation gives a powerful sense of satisfaction. People who do new things are happier than people who stick to familiar activities that they already do well.
Don’t treat the blues with a ‘treat’. Often the things I choose as ‘treats’ aren’t good for me. The pleasure lasts a minute, but then feelings of guilt and loss of control and other negative consequences deepen the lousiness of the day. So, next time you are depressed do not dig into a pint of ice cream or those ‘few’ glasses of wine.
Our basic psychological needs include feeling loved, secure, and good at what we do. You also want to have a sense of control. Money doesn’t automatically fill these requirements, but it sure can help. I’ve learned to look for ways to spend money to stay in closer contact with my family and friends, to promote my health, to work more efficiently, to eliminate sources of irritation and marital conflict, to support important causes.
Don’t insist on the best. Make a decision once your criteria are met. When you find the hotel that has the qualities you want, go for it. Some people can’t make a decision until they’ve examined every option. This means you spend more time and energy reaching decisions, and are often anxious about your choices. Sometimes good enough is good enough.
Exercise to boost energy. Exercise is one of the most dependable mood-boosters. Even a 10-minute walk can brighten your outlook.
Stop nagging. Replace nagging with the following persuasive tools: wordless hints (leaving a new lightbulb on the counter), using just one word (saying ‘Milk’ instead of talking on and on), not insisting that something to be done on your schedule. Allow the family to take their call.
About 40 percent of your happiness level is within your control. Taking time to reflect, and making conscious steps to make your life happier, really does work. So recognize your hidden talents and energies and stay happy Ho.