Zero in on laughter and go for it!
90% of your long-term happiness is predicted not by your external world but by the way your brain processes the world.
90% of your long-term happiness is predicted not by your external world but by the way your brain processes the world. If you change your formula for happiness and success, you can change the way it affects reality.
A majority of people smile between 5-20 times a day while children can smile up to 400 times per day. Studies in the UK found that a single smile can generate the same amount of brain stimulation that 2,000 chocolate bars or 16,000 Pounds Sterling ($25,000) can, which means a person can feel like a million bucks just by smiling a certain number a times a day.
Here is a review of the most up-to-date evidence suggests that building the following five actions into our day-to-day lives is important for wellbeing:
Explore the connection between laughter and inner silence with Sebastien Gendry on Sunday February 13th at 10AM PST in a most inspiring 1h video.
This is Mother Teresa's Anyway Poem. It was posted on the wall in her room.
this is the poem "Salutation to the Dawn" by Kalidasa
Here is a short extract from "The Greatest Secret in the World" by Og Mendino - a most inspiring book that deserves to be in everybody's personal library. Humans have this unequaled ability to forget. It is good practice to remind yourself on a regular basis of what is truly important in and for your life.
Statistician Nic Marks asks why we measure a nation's success by its productivity -- instead of by the happiness and well-being of its people. He introduces the Happy Planet Index, which tracks national well-being against resource use (because a happy life doesn't have to cost the earth). Which countries rank highest in the HPI? You might be surprised.
IT IS a known fact that laughter is good for your health, but a recent study has shown that it is women who apparently benefit most from living life with a laugh.