20 Ways to Find, Sustain and Share Happiness

20 Ways to Find, Sustain and Share Happiness

Clarisse C. San Felipe
 
1.  Choose to be happy rather than right.
2.  Repeat aloud: “It doesn’t matter.”
3.  Pay it forward.  For every kind deed offered to you, do a kind deed for someone else.
4.  Write thank-you notes frequently.  The energy of gratitude feeds happiness.
5.  Smile—even if you don’t feel like it.  You eventually will!
6.  “Tap-out” your sad feelings.  Using your fingertips, tap all over the top of your head while repeating: “I am free of this sadness. I am now feeling happy.”  Tapping on the nerve endings on the top of your head will start to lift this heavy, sad energy.
7.  When you think a complimentary thought about someone—tell them.
8.  Refrain from making judgments—think something positive instead.
9.  Whistle.
10.  Skip around your house.
11.  Turn on your favorite upbeat song and sing along.
12.  Ask your angels to flow to you the energy of happiness.
13.  Patch your right eye if you are thinking negative thoughts.  When you put an eye patch on your right eye, you quiet the left brain and its negative chatter.
14.  Hug someone—tightly.
15.  Ask your children to tuck you in bed and read you a story for a change.
16.  Stay in the present.  Let the future be just that: the future.
17. Hold a newborn baby and welcome them into the world.
18. Give some service to someone who is more needy than you.
19. Exercise regularly.
20. Pray and meditate.
And, just because I like to give a little extra, because it makes me happy,
21. Love yourself and make the choice to “BE HAPPY.”

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