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Finding Your Power to Be Happy: Seven Practices to Bring Unconditional Happiness into Your Life

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Finding Your Power to Be Happy: Seven Practices to Bring Unconditional Happiness into Your Life

D E Hardesty, "Finding Your Power to Be Happy: Seven Practices to Bring Unconditional Happiness into Your Life"
English | 2015 | ISBN:1505790905 | 324 pages | EPUB | 0.4 MB

How Can I Be Happy? How Can I Find Joy? How Can I Find Happiness that Lasts? This book answers these questions, and many more. This book is about learning to be happy. The good news is: everyone has the natural power to be happy, right now! Everyone wants to be happy and wants that happiness to last. This book teaches unconditional happiness. The nature of unconditional happiness is that it is lasting. In addition, you do not have to do anything to get it. It is natural, and it is already inside of you, waiting to be released. You can experience it regardless of what life does or does not hand to you. You can be lastingly happy regardless of how hard life is. You can be happy if you have a huge family and lots of friends, and you can be happy if you are alone. You can be happy regardless of whether your health is good or bad. You can be happy no matter if you are successful or unsuccessful. No matter what, you can be happy. This book explains that, to experience happiness you have to understand that the way most of us search for it does not work. Most of us sincerely believe that happiness depends on what we do and what we have. Not true! There are many people who have everything, and seem like they should be happy, but who are miserable. There are also people who should be miserable, but who live in happiness and joy. To be happy, you have to free your mind from the misconceptions about what it takes to be truly happy. That is what this book teaches. The practices in this book aim to help you understand the nature of unconditional happiness – what it is, what it is not, and where it comes from. With this knowledge, you will know where to look, and what to aim for. Then the book describes practices that help free the mind to discover the happiness within. The practices in this book come from many sources, including Buddhism, Yoga, Taoist philosophy, Christianity, and the latest findings of positive psychology. Although much of this book draws from ancient religions and belief systems, this book is not about religion or belief. It is about the experience of happiness. Learning to be happy is learning to find happiness inside of us. This book shows you how to do that.