Everyone wants to be loved. There is no one who does not want love. The same is true for happiness. Here are some daily practices for love and happiness.
As people internalize experiences of gratitude, they gradually become less greedy, less driven to prove themselves. Learn to hardwire your happiness.
As we struggle to find happiness, we discover the importance of peace, love, and contentment. Let us hardwire our happiness through this meditation.
Available for download, audible media of 20-minute meditation with just bells. The 5-minute intervals are good for meditation parts.
James Baraz talks about how mindfulness is the tool to awaken the joy in life; how opening the heart lets many blessings to flow.
James Baraz talks about how practice leads us to a path of happiness. By which the purpose of life is to be happy because we open up the gifts we have.
Jack Kornfield talks about Joy of Virtue or Happiness of Integrity. Relating virtue to morality without harming any form of life and respecting nature.
Joseph Goldstein talks about “Mudita” as the life in the happiness of others; building joy if you will. To be delighted in the happiness of others and continue to increase it.
Rick Hanson talks about HEAL Steps to Happiness. Taking in the good have 4 fundamental steps: Have, Enrich, Absorb, and Length.
Rick Hanson talks about Building a Happier Brain. Happiness is more than a feel-good moment. It’s the foundation of physical health, longer lifespan, effectiveness at work, etc.
Tara Brach talks about the topic Two Kinds of Happiness. The Buddha said I teach one thing only, and that is- suffering and the end of suffering.
Matthew Brensilver talks about Ripples of Happiness. Practicing in the spirit of generosity and compassion deeply benefits not just others but ourselves as well.
Binaural Beat for Elevating Mood. Binaural beats are auditory illusion perceived by the brain when two different tones are played into each ear.
Sean Fargo leads a guided meditation on How to Increase Optimism. Envision yourself feeling healthy. Envision yourself to have forgiven others.
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