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10 Habits of Happy People

Do you ever wonder why are some people happy all of the time? The happiest people have habits that raise the odds of feeling happy. Unhappy people have habits that result in less desirable feelings. It can be that simple. You can train yourself to be happy by consistently choosing happiness. If you’re not as happy as you’d like, take a look at your habits and notice what you might want to change.

Those that are happy share many qualities. Adopting these same qualities will yield positive results.

imagine happiness

imagine happiness

Habits that lead to happiness are enjoyable to implement:

  1. Optimism. Obviously, if you believe good things will happen, it’s much more likely that you’ll be happy. Expecting the worst does nothing to improve your mood! Realistically, it’s not even important to expect a positive outcome, only to believe that everything will be okay. Optimism is also a form of belief in yourself. If you believe that you can handle any outcome, you can be optimistic and have the mental freedom to be happy.
  1. Altruism. Doing things for others provides multiple benefits. You can see firsthand that you have a lot to be grateful for. You can feel good about yourself for assisting others. You have a good reason to get out of bed in the morning. You also feel useful. Make a list of at least three ways you can help others that will also fit into your schedule.
  2. Gratitude. Do you realize how many great things and people you already have in your life? By maintaining focus on the things you don’t have, you’re making yourself unhappy. Experiencing gratitude helps to create feelings of happiness. Recently a friend of mine took a 21 day gratitude challenge and literally texted me 3 things a day that made her feel grateful. The outcome was that she was uplifted, I was uplifted by her morning text and our friendship was deepened. A win all around! why not try it?
  3. An exciting future. Maximum happiness requires that you have something to look forward to. It can be that compelling vision you created at your last business event, retiring early, a luxury vacation, or a hot date on Saturday night. Have a few goals that give you a reason to be excited. This means you have to be brave enough to create really exciting goals! Create goals that are both short-term and long-term to keep you in the flow.
  4. Success. Spend some time doing things that you’re good at and that you truly love to do. It feels good to do well at something. It doesn’t have to be a competitive event. You can run a 5k or play the piano and feel great about yourself. Make of list of the things you excel at and try to spend at least a little time each day doing one of them.
  5. Resilience. This is such an important one. We all know it’s impossible to avoid challenging times. Sooner or later, something will happen that threatens your progress, success, or happiness. Resilience is the ability to continue forging ahead. Some people have a knack for making obstacles seem bigger than they really are. Others are able to maintain their composure and continue making progress. How resilient are you when it comes to overcoming your obstacles?
  6. Reasonable expectations. When your expectations are overly optimistic, you’ll routinely experience disappointment. When your expectations are consistently low, you won’t feel very optimistic. Neither is a recipe for happiness. Even the co-creative Laws of Attraction require you to meet the universe half way. You must set your intention and take necessary action.
  7. Forgiveness. How can you be happy while holding a grudge? Forgiving others quickly and easily make happiness possible. You might feel that some people don’t deserve forgiveness, but what is the alternative? Making yourself unhappy. On an energetic level you are depleting your energy and causing yourself harm by holding on to grievances in the past. I love the Hawaiian energy healing practice of Ho’o pono-pono which “puts things right again” on an energetic level so that everyone is free from the entanglement.
  8. Authenticity. Spending your time pretending to be something you’re not is a challenge to your self-esteem. Happiness is allusive if you don’t feel comfortable being yourself. Speak your truth. Allow your uniqueness to show. You will then attract people and situations that are in better alignment with who you are in the world.
  9. Presence. Thinking about the past leads to regret. Thoughts of the future lead to anxiety. Keep your mind in the present if you want to experience happiness on a regular basis.

There’s nothing complicated about happiness. Forgive others, be yourself, give of yourself, and be grateful for the things and people you already have. Having an effective set of habits will result in feeling more happiness. Expect success, dream of wonderful goals that scare you just a little and choose happiness every single day.

 

As my gift for you today: Here is a video affirmation meditation to assist you with goal setting entitled “Dreams are magic.” Dare to dream a fantastic wonderful life for yourself.

Please let me know if I can be of any assistance to you in your journey to success and happiness!
happy healing!
Aeriol
www.askaeriol.com

 

Heal broken heart energy

Ouch! How do you heal a broken heart or heart trauma? Ever have an emotional trauma that hit you like a harpoon in the chest? Or maybe you are just extremely empathic and you dodge these daggers daily?

Here is this goddess’s recipe for healing a broken heart chakra.

Heal your broken heart with Energy Medicine www.askaeriol.com

Heal your broken heart with Energy Medicine
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You are going to want to get yourself some support if you have had any major stress or emotional trauma whether it is heart related or not. Here are my favorite remedies for heart related emotional trauma’s.

Aromatherapy: I use Aromatherapy in my practice to heal and support the emotional body. Flowers are the Diva’s of nature. And let me just say, never underestimate the emotional clearing power of a targeted Diva!  Aromatherapy is nature’s little pick me up. Much more than just a wafting scent, these tiny plant life force molecules are so small that they absorb directly into the bloodstream and penetrate the blood brain barrier for an instant boost when you need it. Call on the goddess energy Maeve to help in this area. For shock or heart trauma I may use helichrysum to help with the shock and I also like Young Living Harmony Blend to calibrate and soothe the etheric energy bodies. If there is physical pain or tightness in the chest I might put just a tiny drop of jasmine to smoothe out the rough edges.

On a completely random aside: I recently got a humidifier and aromatherapy unit that plugs into my car! no more dry sinuses or empathic road rage and energy trauma while driving YAY!

Energy Medicine: Call in your Angels Masters and guides to assist you on an energetic level. I recommend getting some Hand’s On energy work perhaps integrated with massage by a trusted practitioner. Regardless of what modality your Practitioner uses nothing beats the nurturing and nourishing power of touch when our heart is wounded or hurting.

SELF CARE: As previously stated while you can do energy work and cultivate a daily practice, it is also important to seek an intuitive coach and healing practitioners to address any pain in the physical body.  Make sure to get a massage, get some nutritional support, see your chiropractor and or acupuncturist. Have an on the ground team and call on them frequently just as you would call on your angelic healing team.

Well, that’s all for today. Happy Healing. Please practice Radical Self Care during these crazy times when fear and anger is rising. Remember, only love is real.

I want to invite you to join my Facebook Group “Energy Activism Radical Self Care for a Better World” to get hot tips on Self Care and how to use energy healing to make the world a better place.

thanks!

Aeriol

 

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