A Happier Life
Life is meaningless without a purpose; living becomes mere existence without happiness. Therefore, a happier life is both meaningful and purposeful.
Human happiness is generally based on contentment derived from aspects of good health, abundant wealth, a successful career, and satisfying relationships. But true happiness is more than that. True wisdom in true happiness has its origin from the thinking mind, which affects our decisions and actions, which precipitate in life experiences, and how the mind processes these experiences. Happiness is no more than a sum of our thoughts. If we can control the thinking mind, we can control our thoughts, and we can then create the reality of happiness.
Happiness is all in the mind, just as Buddha says: "What you think you become." The bottom line: change your thoughts by changing how you think to change your perceptions of happiness.
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Wisdom in the art of living well is about understanding that in life you have a choice. As a matter of fact, life is all about choices. But what determines your choices? Your life choices are based on your life experiences. In other words, all your past and present experiences play a pivotal role in how you are going to live the rest of your life. Wisdom in living is the capability of the mind to discern your perception and processing of those experiences. No two individuals have the same perception of the same experience; it is always the half-glass-empty or the half-glass-full to a greater or lesser degree.
True happiness is no more than your perception and interpretation of your life experiences, and it is all in your mind.
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The source of human happiness is the human ego, which is the sense of self-worth, and the feeling of contentment and satisfaction from that self-worth. Unfortunately, the human ego may also become the human flaw that ultimately leads to misery and unhappiness. To many, self-worth is directly related to how things are going, how well they are doing, and how much they are getting in their life. But the truth of the matter is that we are all created for one purpose only: to be what and who we are, and not what and who we wish we were. So, boosting the ego only creates stress and unhappiness.
Stress is one of the factors causing depression. If you experience depression, anti-depressant medications may hot help; as a matter of fact, they only lead to addiction and dependence. Use TAO wisdom to "go through" depression, instead of avoiding it, thereby instrumental in understanding how and why the mind is responsible for the depression in the first place. My Way! No Way! TAO Is the Way!
Be A Better And Happier You
With Tao Wisdom
by Stephen Lau
A 132-page book based on the ancient wisdom of Lao Tzu's immortal classic "Tao Te Ching." Attain true human wisdom to understand what is genuine human goodness in order to know who you really are and not what you "think" you are: that is, you are the happiness.
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Use the power of your imagination to create the happiness you always desire with the art of using mental imagery and affirmation to produce positive changes in your life. Click here for more information.
The Happiness Wisdom
Americans report that they are not very happy in their day-to-day life and living; evidently, something is missing for most Americans. One of the objectives of this book is to address this issue of unhappiness that may have an impact on their overall health and well-being.
Another objective of this book is to help people develop their own recipes for happiness through looking at ancient wisdom from the East and the West, conventional wisdom, and spiritual wisdom.