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8 Steps to Happiness – your visage in repose!

Are you happy?
How is your visage in repose?!

Catch yourself, or ask those close to you to check – how is your face when you are not ‘putting’ one on?
When you are within your own thoughts – in your own world?

Do you smile (even a little one)? Do you frown? Do you look serious or playful?
There is an expression (paraphrased) says ‘Blame your parents for you face until you are 30 and yourself thereafter!’ The face you wear when you think no one is looking is the one that will shape your future face
(unless you have plastic surgery)!

On this International Happiness Day give some thought to your inner feeling and your external unrehearsed expression.  Here are 8 Steps for Mind Chi Happiness – just for today!

8 steps to Mind Chi Happiness

8 steps to Mind Chi Happiness

A beautiful concept – Kintsukuroi

More beautiful for having been broken

More beautiful for having been broken

What a beautiful concept!

Who among us has not felt ‘broken’ at some time? (Maybe you are feeling  broken as you read this.)  Are you stressed, burnt out, overwhelmed, beaten down, don’t know how you’ll carry on?

How true that with the passing of some time, those ‘breakages’ provide us the opportunity to return stronger, richer, wiser and more beautiful than we were before.

So repair yourself with love, understanding, patience, respect, encouragement  and a good dose of humour. Build your resilience and coping strategies (Mind Chi is wonderful at this) literally re-wire your brain for strength and success.

The past is past – move on, leave the hurt behind and only take the lessons – so very much lighter to carry.

Please share this with any you know who may benefit.