How To Train Yourself To Be Happy

When you ask people what they want, happiness is usually one of the first answers they’ll give you. Happiness is important and everyone wants to learn the secrets to be happy. Most people are in the pursuit of happiness and want to know what it takes to be truly happy.

Have you ever asked yourself what it really takes to be truly happy and fulfilled? Is it relationship, money, success or fame?

Like many people, I also ask myself this question very often, and I think you also do the same. So what is the answer?

In all essence, happiness is something that comes from deep inside you, not something from the external world. It is something that has long been present within you. The journey of pursuing happiness is like peeling off the onion. Each layer represent your negative emotions, thoughts, fear, and self-limiting beliefs. These layers represent what you are not and as soon as you peel away these layers, you will eventually reach the core, which is who you are. You will find your purpose and the meaning of life from there.

“Happiness is not a possession to be prized, it is a quality of thought, a state of mind.” ― Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca

how to be happyHappiness is a state of mind. You don’t have to look for it or chase it. The simplest way to understand this is to understand that happiness is your true nature. Happiness is a choice and you can choose to be happy without the need of external factors.

The traditional idea around the concept of happiness is that you have to possess many things to be happy. You have to live in a comfortable luxury life. However life is about change. Nothing remains the same. Your assets, your relationship and other things are not going to stay constant. Even your loved one will go away at some point in your life. Your parents will eventually die. I’m not trying to be cynical here. This is just a fact. Death, disaster and any unforeseen misfortunes will continue to disrupt what you perceive to be peace or happiness.

“Happiness depends more on the inward disposition of mind than on outward circumstances.” ― Benjamin Franklin

The Principle of Happiness For Personal Growth

As human being the greatest satisfaction is in the transformation of the events that happened in our lives. True happiness is about accepting and embracing whatever comes your way even if it is painful. It is about finding a deeper meaning and lesson. You need to understand that pain is a natural results of the changes happen in your life. Pain is necessary for your personal growth.

4 Tips to Empower Yourself For Happiness

#1. Forgive Yourself

Forgive yourself every time you make a mistake. Understand that as human beings, we all make mistakes. This does not mean that you will continue to make the same mistake, but once you learn from your mistake, try to move on instead of beating yourself up.

#2. Lift Yourself Up

The world is already being too hard on us, why should we do the same for ourselves. Catch yourself every time you talk negative about yourself, and replace the negative talks with positive ones. Whenever you sabotage yourself, use positive affirmations to neutralize the situation.

#3. Progress Equals Happiness – Tony Robbins

Life is about growing. If you are not growing, you’re dying. The secret to happiness is to continue moving forward. As Tony Robbins said progress equals happiness in the video below. You can be happier by knowing you are making progress toward your goals every day.

Tony also talks about what it takes to be happy and fulfilled at his personal development event too.

#4. Talk To Your Loved Ones

According to the longest study on happiness, Robert Waldinger has said that good relationships keep us happier and healthier. He went to explain this in his TEDTalk video:

couple happy
So my friend, here you have it. Start your day with one of these 4 tips and you will be happier. Remember happiness is a choice, so why not choose to be happy?

Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Google Plus
Share On Linkedin
Share On Pinterest
Share On Reddit
Share On Stumbleupon
Contact us
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons