The Body Mirror System ©14 January 2018
Témoignages page 317 January 2018
1. Take responsibility for yourself and your happiness. – own your power. It’s not about what someone else should do in order for you to be happy – it’s about what you need to do yourself, and what you need to change in order for you to be happy.
2. Do what makes you happy and Stop doing what makes you unhappy. When you do something and you feel happy, do more of it. When you do something and it doesn’t feel good, do not do it any more. Use this “alarm clock” – Be always able to say, “I love where I am. I love who I am with. I love what I am doing.” If it doesn’t feel comfortable to say that, you need to change something about where you are, about whom you are with, or about what you are doing in that moment, until you feel comfortable to say it, moment to moment.
3. Use the economics of happiness. Look at the activities in which you invest time (Reading a newspaper, for example). How do you feel afterwards? If you feel not as good as before, it is not a wise investment, and your time would be better invested in a different activity that gives you more of a positive return in happiness.
4. Resolve parts of your life about which you are unhappy.
Take an inventory, and do something about any part of your life you are not happy with. Start with the easy stuff.
5. Watch your health. If you have a physical symptom, you are unhappy about something. The symptom reflects tension in your consciousness about something happening in your life when the symptom began. Resolve the tension about that situation, and the
symptom will have no further reason to be there, and you will be happier.
6. Live in the present moment with a positive attitude. Do not worry about the future. 95% of the crises in your life never happen. If you maintain a positive attitude, you will be right at least 95% of the time, instead of wrong 95% of the time – and you will be happier.
7. Accept yourself and your individuality, and that of others. Do not compromise yourself by seeking acceptance. Seeking acceptance from others is the quickest way to not get it. Live your truth. You know what you know, you feel what you feel, and you want what you want. That’s who you are. Own it, and live it. You can always change something when it makes sense for you to make that change. Think for yourself. You will be happier.
8. Do something that makes someone else happy. See how you feel happy when you do that.
9. Spend time with those you love. Acknowledge the love, express it freely, and accept that you are loved. We live for love, and it nourishes us. May you always know you are loved.
10. Trust your trip
Copyright © Martin Brofman 2013