To accept and end grief is possible. One way that many people have used and found helpful is a variation on the method for completing unfinished business. No matter how long ago your loved one died, you will find this most effective.
Most of your unhappiness is due to your acceptance of what others say. Most often they are wrong. Accept the words of God from your own conscience. Stand up right and bold and affirm positive thoughts of accepting your worth as worthy. Move with your head held high, but avoid high headedness. When others see […]
Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari Our heart is the center of the universe, for it is from the heart that we feel our expansion to embrace, to hug, to offer our deepest emotions to all beings, and that always brings us the greatest fulfillment. God did not choose to make our head his residence. God always chose to […]
In a slow and gradual process our mind gets infected with the virus of negative attitudes about things around us and our own personal growth. When it happens, it happens in silence because our attention is somewhere else
Swami Chaitanya Keerti It is an old story. Also it is a new story, and the story of the future as well. This is how a man always lives. He lives with a question: I am not happy, how can I be happy? What should I do that will make me happy? Mystics in past have given […]
By Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari I love the words of Buddha, “there is no path, the path is created by walking; there is no way to peace and happiness, peace and happiness is the way!” So how do we walk the path of happiness? The first thing we need to ask ourselves is: Do others control the […]
According to K. Magnus and his colleagues, happiness goes hand in hand with the capacity to assert one self with extroversion and empathy – happy people are generally open to the world. They believe that an individual can exert control over herself and her life, while unhappy people tend to believe themselves to be destinies play things.
Economic factors are not the biggest cause of unhappiness — failed relationships and mental illness play a far greater role, a major new study into the “origins of happiness” has found. Eliminating depression and anxiety would reduce misery by 20%, whereas eliminating poverty would only cut it down by 5%, social scientists at the London […]