The habit of being happy enables one to be freed, or largely freed, from the domination of outward conditions. – Robert Louis Stevenson.
There’s far more to happiness than what goes on in our outer world. Other people can’t really make us happy it has to come from within. The habit of being happy is far more prolific than we may at first think. Those people who are truly happy need very little. Though they may have much, they have learned the lessons of appreciation and gratitude that gives them material wealth as well as joy whether they needed it or not.
Instilling the habit of being happy within us does not have to be a daunting task. We simply need to use certain patterns of behaviour that consciously and subconsciously give us physical health and emotional wellbeing. These then lead to an enhanced spiritual connection and greater happiness.
What happens in the world at large only serves to break the habit of being happy. Small children in their own thinking and play have a natural instinctive, intuitive, innocent happiness that needs very little. Only when the world removes our innocence does it become more difficult to find that space within ourselves.
Obviously, as we grow up we feel the pains of life. Heartache, anger and frustration, we feel grief, loneliness and disappointment to name but a few. However, when we are able to cultivate the habit of being happy, it manages to shine through all the dark areas of life. By so doing we can fully value why things happen to us, deal with them in a much more adult fashion and come through the other side with a renewed wisdom. We cab then find our inner sanctuary of happiness again.
Much of our work at Blissland is aimed at helping people to find their own inner peace. To help them bring about the habit of being happy for themselves. This may involve a lot of heart wrenching work in the early stages. This usually brings about a renewed understanding of what is important and of value. Ultimately it makes attendees more attractive, creative, purpose driven and of course happy. Small changes can often make major differences to the bigger picture. We like to see our events have a massive effect on people’s lives.
Blissland will teach you the habit of being happy xx.