Happiness

The most common way to think about happiness is of the feeling we have when we are smiling and laughing, however there is more to it. Happiness is the sense of contentment with the mind, when we are at peace with it. And this doesn’t have to depend on the external circumstances being favourable, funny or happy. We have the opportunity to experience it regardless of those external forces. Continue reading

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Are you comfy?

Think about it well. What is the most difficult thing in your day, is it that you don’t like how your blankets match the pillows, or which clothes to put on in the morning? That classifies in what I would call a comfy settling. That’s good, but you just need to be aware of it and to know that it means you are not working towards a change. Change always comes with difficulty and discomfort, with some sort of struggle. Continue reading

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Worrying

I worry often, and as many of the people that know me would confirm – I “live in my head” a large part of the time. Overthinking has often made me unnecessarily worried, tired, grumpy and whatnot. In fact worrying can lead to some serious health problems such as stomach and digestion issues, weakening of the immune system, skin conditions such as psoriasis, hearth problems and difficulty sleeping. The most important part about worrying is that it’s in our heads. And that means we have a certain level of control over it – it depends on our perspective and what we have focused on. Continue reading

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