How to be happy

There is a universal need that transcends race, age, gender, cultural or religious background – the need to be happy. Being happy has undeniable benefits, it affects pretty much every aspect of our lives — from our mental, emotional or physical state, to careers, relationships and finances

,There is a universal need that transcends race, age, gender, cultural or religious background – the need to be happy. Being happy has undeniable benefits, it affects pretty much every aspect of our lives — from our mental, emotional or physical state, to careers, relationships and finances.

WE ALL WANT TO BE HAPPY.

We want to feel that we matter, that we are loved, understood, appreciated, problem-free, worry-free, and financially secure.

The current restrictions and lock-downs in place in many cities around the world created several responses — some thrive and spend their isolation days doing activities that will make them a better person. Some are neutral, they don’t really care and just go about what they need to do for the day. Others evidently feel isolated, hopeless and depressed. Everyone is experiencing in their own way and everyone responds to the situation in the way that they feel is right for them. Whatever happened to being happy?

This has become one of the most obsessive quest in our society—to be happy at all cost and by all means.

Is this possible? The reality is just like in modern medicine, there is no 100% guaranteed solution to any disease. There isn’t a 100% one size fits all solution to happiness.

In villages in India, children wander around in worn out and dirty clothing, some without shoes and no toys yet one can see they are bubbly, carefree and happy. They are like that every day. What makes these kids happy? How can one be happy in good and bad times? Is it possible for me to be happy all the time, too?

When the great Buddha started his search for happiness, he realised:

Nothing brings joy as does a tamed, controlled, attended and restrained heart. This heart brings joy. – Buddha

The quest to happiness is a journey from within. It starts from the heart. This kind of happiness brings about inner strength and emotional resilience. It empowers us to make choices and act in ways that result in living a healthy and happy life, no matter what.

Siddhas are spiritual scientist who attained perfection through practices, that became their way of living. In the Siddha way, the use of energy and varma points can be stimulated to sustain feelings of joy and happiness.

 

“Give a man health and a course to steer, and he’ll never stop to trouble about whether he’s happy or not.”– George Bernard Shaw

 

Although the self-help industry is still having a sunshine moment with its advice on how to get to this coveted state, no one (that I’m aware of) has come up with The Magic Potion—that one thing or action or thought—that can make us all content and whole for good.

Of course, we all are also knowledgeable enough to recognize that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. And that it’s often a combination of things that each one of us should intentionally do daily in order to reach that enchanted place where everything is intensely bright and upbeat.

The reason that there are multiple antidotes to feeling gloomy is that there may be a million different explanations and their nuances of why someone is unhappy. It’s pretty much a different cause, path and experience for everyone.

 

 

Is there a solution?

I would not say we can give a 100% solution, even buddha start the search for answer and he say

 

Nothing brings joy as does a
tamed, controlled, attended and restrained heart.
This heart brings joy.BUDDHA

Based on Buddha teaching and what i know from spiritual point of view (which basicaly not for ordinary common people) i tried bring and solution that may work to level of 40%-70% based on my knowledge .I try use the varma and energy concept to bring out to general public as an solutions.

This process is two-fold:
1 Taming the Heart – Practices to do for 7 days to enable your heart to be stronger and able to maintain a happy state in the midst of unhappy situations or changes
2 A Joyful Heart – This develops a happy heart and mind through energy activation. Your body has specific varma points which stimulates feelings of joy. The practical application of an activated heart is when you feel overwhelmed with grief, sadness or pain, the negative effects are reduced immediately. You will feel relief and your emotions will be uplifted within minutes.

So you want to be happy? Click HERE to find out more

 

Week One practice

The first 1 week practice.

1.Read the affirmation once and watch the image for 3 minute and close eye and relax for 10 minute.

2.Minimum do once a day but can do as many times you want.

3. Do only for 1 week and then go for second image.

Week Two Practice

The week 2 practice

1. Watch this image for 1 minute and close eye for 2 minute.

2. There will be some lite feeling in the heart and spend time with some humours toughts to cultivate the energy

3. This can be done as much you want and whenever you needed.

* watching comedy show or movie or something like that