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Happiness is found in Forgiveness

Happiness is found in Forgiveness

“Ultimately the truth of who we are is not wounded by any experience.” Robert Holden, from “A Dialogue on Forgiveness Sanskrit is said to have been divinely revealed to meditating sages thousands of years ago; the sound of each word representing the subtle energy of its meaning. In this beautiful language, to forgive is to untie – meaning forgiveness is the untying of our emotional knots. It is in this release of emotion, where we freely feel the flow of pain, fear, anger, loss and disappointment and where we also can experience empathy, compassion and ultimately joy. The harder you ... Read More »

5 Steps for Creating a Happier Relationship

5 Steps for Creating a Happier Relationship

What if you were given 5 steps for creating a happier relationship, would you use them? As human beings we are social creatures which mean that relationships are almost necessary for our survival and certainly fundamental to our happiness. Logically then, our relationships, especially our most intimate, are the major source of happiness or unhappiness. So the prerequisite of having a happy and joyful life is to have healthy and happy relationships; and the more of these types of relationships the happier and, according to the science, healthier life we will have. But let’s face it, life has its challenges ... Read More »

Is Happiness Your Responsibility?

Is Happiness Your Responsibility?

Is happiness your responsibility? It’s the kind of question that most of us sit around contemplating. In the world view that most of us grew up with happiness just happens, and mostly as the result of our acquiring or achieving something. Acquiring or achieving something is conditional happiness, but real happiness, like true love is unconditional. And like love its unconditional happiness that we really desire. Unconditional happiness arises from within and that means that no one else besides us is responsible for our happiness. The question is, “If I’m responsible for my own happiness how and what do I ... Read More »