Chasing Happiness

If you are one of those people who is trying to find happiness, you won’t find it because trying to find it is the exact opposite of happiness. Happiness is difficult to catch, but freedom from unhappiness isn’t, by facing what is making you unhappy rather than making up stories about it.  There is nothing you can do, face what is going on for you and say, ” this is how it is, I can either accept it, or make myself even more unhappy.”  

The number one cause of unhappiness is the way we think, our thoughts about it.  Be aware of the your thoughts, you change the way you feel. Instead of making up stories, stick with the facts. There are 3 domains of learning within us; affective (feeling or emotional), cognitive (thinking or intellectual) and psycho-motor (behave or physical).  Change happens when all three elements are addressed in the learning process.  By changing the emotion, actions and thoughts will change. Change the cognitive and psycho-motor changes.  Change the psycho-motor, cognitive and affective domains will shift. Your thoughts limit you and prevent you from taking effective action.  Facing the facts is always empowering.  Be aware of what you think, see the link between your thinking and your emotions.

Chasing happiness is a waste of time. Unhappiness covers up your natural state of well-being and inner peace, the source of true happiness.