Practices such as Laughter Yoga and the Laughter Wellness method help you feel at peace and good about yourself in the present moment, for no particular reason. They give you the ability to laugh at things that previously would have caused stress or anger, along with the ability to experience a new sense of forgiveness.
70-year-old Linda LeVier credits laughter yoga with her survival: three years ago, on April Fool's Day, she had a heart transplant. LeVier believes laughter, especially the deep kind that starts in the belly, helped her recover with no complications and no signs of organ rejection.
After weeks of feeling "put upon" and definitely stressed, our gathering inspired me with an idea. Yesterday I decided to contribute my own noise to the neighborhood! Yes, indeed folks I am going at this with gusto--like BIG TIME! I am laughing loudly whenever I feel like it which is very often!