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|Someone has said that you have to be open to your happiness and sadness as |
they arise. Take note of the encouraging words of omas St. Clair: Strong, pure,
and happy thoughts build up the body in vigor and grace. Calmness of mind is
|Wherever you go you will find your teacher, as long as you have the eyes to see |
and the ears to hear. ~ Shunryu ... What I believe is alive ... and open to growth. ...
Earl Gray Stevens ~ Be open to your happiness and sadness as they arise.
|Be open to your happiness and sadness as they arise. Life is either a daring |
adventure or nothing. Let there be more joy and laughter in your living. Every
moment of your life is infinitely creative and the universe is endlessly bountiful. "
Just put ...
|Even painful emotions such as sadness and grief can be very healing if |
experienced when they arise, and then let go. ... No fair making your emotional
well-being dependent on anyone else, either; that makes your happiness
dependent on ...
|When sadness arises you'll be able to be kinder towards it. Then it will not stay as |
long, and new feelings will arise. This is the universal law of letting go. You will
find your happiness in the present moment. There is nothing more for me to say.
|ARISE Foundation, ARISE Foundation Staff. Learner's. Workbook: Page. 9. 1. 3. |
Tell learners they have a powerful tool for relieving stress—their smile. Many
medical studies have shown that smiling and laughing relieve stress, make you
healthier and can help you live a longer, happier life. ... If you smile even when
you don't feel like it, it can change your mood. ... days, they have to make a
choice: They can choose to let the day's struggles weigh them down and make
them feel sad or ...
|But authentic happiness is spontaneous and alive, and spontaneity requires an |
openness to whatever emotions arise. To feel genuinely happy, Rachel had to
risk feeling her “negative” emotions. She had to be willing to feel her fear, as well
as any sadness or anger that lurked there. ... to be “emotionally engaged”: feeling
all your emotions as they arise—the grip of fear, the pit-in-your-stomach sorrow,
|Eventssuch as domestic disharmony, conflict atwork, grief,loss oflove, sadness, |
heartbreak, melancholy,and disappointment, all of which ... we have the capacity,
the knowledge, and the toolsto deal withthese matters quickly, whenever they
arise—better still, before they arise. ... state of being, that, which in itself, is all
empowering, and facilitates the only enduring solutionto your personal inner
|The things in modern life that cause us fear, shame, and sadness are really—by |
and large—not as threatening as a large carnivore. ... since our constant fear and
worry makes us more hostile, more paranoid, less attractive, and less open to
good things that might come along. ... By identifying what they are, and
discussing their baselessness, the client can counter their impact on mood when