We all want to be happy, and there are countless ideas about happiness and how we can get some. This blog post will allow you to see a better version of yourself by learning the art and craft of happiness and a life full of fulfillment; in a lesson format. It’ll build a bridge between your internal and external experience of happiness and how you can actively elect to be happy daily.
The entire history of humankind is nothing but a search for happiness, right from philosophy, and psychology to religion; everyone has tried to define and recommend ways to achieve it.
We’re all looking for happiness but how can we find it? Happiness means inner peace, contentedness, joy, friendship, love, and more. And the best part is that we can create it ourselves. It can be created or trained.
Lesson 01: What’s happiness? How do we find it?
Lesson 02: Why are we unhappy?
Lesson 03: The chemistry of happiness
Lesson 04: The cause of anxiety and suffering
Lesson 05: The good part of stress
Lesson 06: Happiness is all in the mind
Lesson 07: Positive psychology
Lesson 08: Mindfulness
Lesson 09: Gratitude
Lesson 10: Forgiveness
Lesson 11: Growth mindset
Lesson 12: Money can buy happiness
Lesson 13: What makes a good life?
Lesson 14: There’s more to life than being happy
Happiness is an inner quality. It’s a state of mind. If your mind is at peace, you’re happy. It’s all about the right mindset.
Happiness is a choice. You don’t need a reason to be happy, it can be found in the littlest things, that we fail to observe. Instead of just trusting and being happy, we look at extremely distinct happiness. And because life isn’t everlasting, because life changes, we lose that naturalness.
I wish you all the best for the future and highly recommend doing a 10-day Vipassana Meditation Course to take this to another level.
2 thoughts on “Happiness 2.0: The Bible of Happiness”
Oh my! There are so many good videos to watch here. I had to bookmark this page so I can revisit this post to watch them all as time permits.
Yes, the videos are too many but very important.