Ten Steps To Happiness (Only really one)
Ten steps to happiness.
There are things we absolutely have to do in order to be truly happy in this life, and it has all to do with ourselves:
Stand up for yourself and what is right for you, set clear boundaries and honor your values.
Be willing to meet rejection and opposition; be willing to be the unpopular one, or the one who stands alone.
Be true to yourself; be brutally honest with yourself and follow through on the insights you get.
Follow your heart; take the path that you feel is right for you, even if it means you have to walk alone.
Trust your gut instincts; listen to your intuitive knowing. Develop your trust in the universe, and yourself.
Think outside the box; be an independent thinker. Go your own way, live your own life.
Change what needs to be changed; release and let go of what you know has to be let go of.
Be courageous and stand up for your different way of thinking; speak your mind.
Travel the unexplored path and discover what you can really do in this life.
Whatever is in your path and in your heart, you have to do it; honor yourself.
There you have it; in a nutshell the path to happiness is this:
Be True To Yourself.
There are of course others too, like for example sharing yourself with the world, that brings happiness too.
When you’re doing what you love and bringing everything you are and you give of yourself.
But even in that endeavor you need to always stay true to yourself so that your kindness and generosity is not being taken advantage of.
Having self-awareness is key; knowing who you are and honoring that.
Use the Power of Intention for Happiness in your life.
The number one most powerful intention anyone can have is to decide to be happy.
To enjoy and be happy today, and from that intention take all your actions.
“Will this action that I’m about to take bring me happiness or will it take away my happiness?”.
“I think most of us are raised with preconceived notions of the choices we’re supposed to make.
We waste so much time making decisions based on someone else’s idea of our happiness – what will make you a good citizen or a good wife or daughter or actress.
Nobody says, ‘Just be happy – go be a cobbler or go live with goats.'” – Sandra Bullock