The art of being happy lies in the power of extracting happiness from common things. – Henry Ward Beecher.
Happiness like money doesn’t always come about easily. The major thinking for many is that money will bring them happiness. That is rarely the case, it’s often only by experience that we find the truth to happiness in our life. Using less effort than it takes to earn enough money to buy our kids a typical unhealthy fast food. We can purchase and produce a nutritious meal. When we can involve our children in the thinking and creation of such delights, we can become happier and healthier at the same time.
Sharing simple things is generally far more rewarding than giving in to the pressure of peers. Marketing madness or the norm of neighbours seems to rule. There is so much joy to be gleaned from our own instinctive, intuitive, innocence. We so easily forget being a child ourselves and the freedom and brightness it bought us. Obviously not everyone’s childhood was easy unfortunately, and even when it was, life can soon take away all the pleasures that made it so. There truly is an art of being happy though, and it’s not just down to luck either. We’ve seen those who life has been tormented, being able to shine their light bright. All through simple thought processes to bring about the art of being happy.
For some talented beings, art itself is the art of being happy. Anyone who has any recognized ability really should use it to spread their energy into the ether. The more positivity, laughter and peace we can each bring to the world, the more there will be for everyone to share. Seeing the ether as a massive pot from which we all absorb energy can be a clear indicator of how we can draw from or add to the art of being happy. We can see the glass as half full or half empty the old adage goes. Having the realization that we can choose to add to, or to take away from the joy of others is also a part of the art of being happy.
What goes on inside of each of us helps to create the level of contentedness we feel. The art of being happy is about being fulfilled as a person. Feeling like we’re adding to the goodness of the planet and of course having a sense of belonging is important. When you feel like an outcast, rejected or disassociated from anyone or anything, we don’t add anything to the art of being happy. It’s therefore the responsibility of each one of us to ensure we help everyone as we go along.
By using the art of being happy we can extract joy from the simple and common things in life. We really don’t need the so-called trappings of success, the more we have materially the more we have to look after. When we want for less in life we have more. The art of being happy is essentially to want for nothing and take joy from everything. We work to bring more physical health, greater emotional harmony and deeper spiritual happiness to all souls who wish to connect.
Blissland teaches the art of being happy xx.