Why and What is a Happy Share

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Reiterating the message of the video, when you speak and share aloud your happy event(s) each day you re-live the moment complete with all the feel good endorphins running throughout your body.

Your happy share may inspire another person to notice a similar event in his or her life allowing someone else to feel good! So when you share you get to double your own happiness. When you fail to look for happy events you not only will never find one but you will likely sink into despair.

Which comes first: happiness or achieving some goal?

Many people think they will be happy after some event happens: they get a new job, their ideal partner enters their lives, they lose the extra pounds, etc.

The fact is that being happy first allows you to attract all good things into your life. You will never achieve lasting happiness in any area of life after some outside event happens.

That truth shows up most powerfully in health.

You cannot experience more than one emotion in any given moment. You actually live your life expressing one dominant emotional theme. Unfortunately, you likely do so without conscious awareness. The bad news is your over-riding underlying emotion is probably one of negativity.

Until you pay attention to how you feel and the energy that pervades your body, mind and spirit you live with one or more of the following: fear, anxiety (and the stress both cause), resentment, rejection or anger.

While you may insist you are a happy, carefree, easy-gong person, in fact the truth belies appearances. Yes, you tell everyone how relaxed and easy-going you are to convince yourself first and others - well, you probably do not convince anybody since that self-deception fails to ring true for others in your world.

Science and spirituality mesh on the subject of emotional causes creating physical outcomes. Verify the accuracy of those statements in both medical and spiritual texts, including the Bible.

You likely heard the old saying, "Laughter is the best medicine."

Remember how Norman Cousins cured himself of a deadly disease by watching funny movies?

Note this excerpt from Proverbs 17:22,

"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones."

What happens in the bones? Your bone marrow builds red blood cells that carry oxygen through your body. Oxygen gives life. Breath is about living life full out!

When you live in happiness you divert illness because your body has no need to hold on to a negative framing of events. In other words, viewing life from the happiness perspective allows you to interpret life differently than you do when your heart hangs heavy.

Taking that truth one step farther, your mood determines your frequency of vibration. Happy people vibrate at a higher frequency than sad, hurt or angry people do. Healthy people also vibrate at higher frequencies than unhealthy people.

The fact is that happy people lead longer, healthier lives with better relationships on more success in business and all dimensions.

Here is why...

Let's say, on a scale of 1-10 your happiness even is a 7. When something traumatic happens in your life,  impacting you as a level 3 event (losing a job or moving away from friends and family) you may slip a few notches in happiness, perhaps falling to level 4. By the way, bad things happen in everyone's life - no exceptions.

Since your normal happiness is 7 you will grow through all the pain of the situation and then you, in time, bounce back yp to level 7. On the pother hand, if you happiness level begins at level 4 and that same event interrupts your life, falling to level 1 or 2 presents a major challenge to recovery for you. The healing period may take longer - and may never get you back to that level 4 at all.

Ultimately living in happiness feeds your spirit, your emotions and your physical body with life-giving energy. Besides, living in happiness happy feels good, yes?

About the Author Ali

Ali Bierman is the number one Happiness Expert on Exzinearticles.com where she is a Diamond expert with over 1,000 articles. Coming back from two Traumatic Brain injuries that altered her body dramatically, Ali found True Happiness while lying in bed unable to walk, talk, or swallow. As a wife of 32 years, mother, psychotherapist, specialized kinesiologist, ordained metaphysical minister, author, teacher, family member and friend, she brings a unique perspective to her work. Change happens instantly in Ali's world. What takes a long time, and maybe never happens for some people, is getting ready to change.

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