Messages about happiness

Gloria Wendroff

Consider that a day is soft clay, and make something of it. Create today. Picture today as a red wagon filled with gifts for you.

Gloria Wendroff

Heavenletters > Heavenletter #4813 What Would Cause You Great Happiness?

You are the announcer of what kind of time you are going through. It is you who says you are suffering, and it is you who says you are having a wonderful time.

Becky Walsh

Becky Walsh > What Makes You Happy in 2014?

Our lives can become filled with an ongoing conveyer belt of things we need to do. We believe that when we get to the end of the luggage belt of jobs we can then take some time off and be happy.

Sarah-Jane Grace

Sarah-Jane Grace > Knock Knock

How many of us spend our lives searching for peace and trying to find our own little piece of happiness? We look for healing, release and resolution to pain, trauma and other facets of our life experiences as we seek out wholeness and completion within.

Neale Donald Walsch

There is a key to happiness and love that very few people have embraced—and that many have never even heard about. Communion with God gives us that key, and here it is: Happiness is a decision, not an experience. 

David R. Hamilton PhD

I’ve had a lot of help from friends and family recently, from having help with my latest book on self-love, to having supportive and encouraging conversations, to having help with moving house.

David R. Hamilton PhD

I began the first phase of moving house at the weekend. House moves can be stressful, as many of you might be aware, but it turned out to be the easiest, most enjoyable move I’ve ever been involved in. The secret was being in the moment.

Tony Samara

Tony Samara > The Nature of Happiness

A very interesting subject is the nature of happiness. Yesterday we were doing spiritual work in a community setting. It’s so easy to sit on the mountain and be happy but we were there in the car discussing happiness.

Neale Donald Walsch

I spoke in this space last week about the fact that loneliness is the biggest social issue on our planet today. I said that we’ve been living in a world of increasing isolation, where extended families have been disappearing and the opportunities for closeness with others have been vanishing. 

David R. Hamilton PhD

What if many of us have a deeply held belief that in order to experience peace or enlightenment we need to have a crash first – that we need to ‘break’ before we can have a breakthrough?

Jamye Price

Life is a constant process of homeostasis (balance). It’s everywhere. Each of the trillions of cells in your body is constantly seeking homeostasis. As humans dealing with change, we seek homeostasis. It is part of the cycle of life on earth, even as we deal with the cycles of beginning, middle and end. If you are completing a project for work, you are reaching a new point of homeostasis. It is the same with your emotional state, you are constantly seeking homeostasis.

David R. Hamilton PhD

So much of happiness is ‘all in the mind’, or at least it is a product of what we focus on. We all make comparisons in life but quite often they are downward comparisons. 

David R. Hamilton PhD

I love doing affirmations and have used them for many years. My recent Hay House Radio show (Monday 30th April 2012) was on ‘The Power of Affirmations’, where I went into the science of how they work and their impact upon the brain and body. Near the end of the show, I read out my Top-Ten list of affirmations and several people have since got in touch to ask if I could put them down on paper.

Tyberonn

A Magnificent Year is unfolding ! So many wonderful occurrences are sparking in radiance ! You are now ready for the Ascension... and Human Angels, you will see many changes from within and without! Clarity is the prize. Sure it has taken effort, but what a noble aspiration you have achieved.

Hillis Pugh

Hillis Pugh > Thoughtful Tuesday: Happiness

My thought for this is week is about happiness. This has been a thought swimming around in my head for a few weeks. Then it occurred to me, I have written about the topic a few times for Thank You Thursday. I went back to read the entries on the blog and below are a few lines that stood out for me I would like to share.