Our lives are inundated with practicality and productivity. We think that if there’s no purpose to something, there’s no point in doing it. In reality the best things in life have no purpose.
We sacrifice our time and our sanity doing what we don’t want to do, so at some future point we will create the freedom to do what we love.
We seek happiness in things. We seek happiness in the acceptance of others, in material possessions, in social status. We even search for happiness in some future-promised afterlife. We sabotage ourselves and our entire lives because we fail to understand a very simple but easily overlooked fact. Continue reading The Secret to Happiness: Stop Caring→
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People always ask me about the secret to abundance. They say, “How can you give away so much, Mike, and still attract so much abundance at the same time?”
Actually, that’s the whole secret right there. Be a river, not a dam, and abundance of all kinds (financial and otherwise) will flow through you.
This article is a discussion about what I call “money harmony” or “energy harmony”. Being a river means being the kind of person who is a conduit, who allows resources, including money, to flow through you rather than being the kind of person who tries to dam up the flow of energy and selfishly keep it all for yourself. This whole discussion gets rather philosophical, but it’s also quite practical as you’ll soon see.
The ingredients to a happy life are something people spend their entire lives searching for, but new research reveals that they might be easier to find than previously thought.
According to a new study, only one in four people would classify themselves as “very happy,” with the majority (61 percent) claiming they are “quite happy” and another unfortunate 15 percent saying that they are “generally unhappy.”
But what are the habits of very happy people that those looking to become more content in our lives can learn from? One of the recommendations uncovered by the survey: maintain a hobby.
Super brain yoga is the best technique to make best use of your brain, to increase productivity, and to make your brain younger. Using super brain yoga once a day is sufficient to sharpen your brain for the longterm.