We are living in a media-manufactured stress, anxiety, depression, fear and unhappiness epidemic. And it’s getting worse because we’ve been tricked into losing touch with our true-happy-selves.
Happiness is your birthright, but just like anything of value (house, car, health, finances) you have to know how to manage and maintain it.
Unfortunately, when it comes to happiness and mental well-being, most of us have never been taught how. The happiness recipe you’ve been given doesn’t work, it’s a lie and a trap. Not your fault, you’re innocent. This was done to you when you were too young to know.
But, now that you know, you can do something about it, right now. If you’re ready to start living life with ease, that is.
So, how do you maximise your happiness and mental health?
One super-simple, fast way, is to establish a daily DE-STRESS routine.
Use the free tools mother nature gave you to quickly PEEL AWAY THE PRESSURE, 1 – 3 times per day, for 3 – 20 minutes each time. Have some fun testing and discovering what best works for you.
This incredibly effective ancient method is called ‘SSS Watchfulness’: (SSS stands for Silence, Solitude & Stillness).
Here’s how you do it:
- Squirrel yourself away somewhere where you can’t be disturbed. No TV, radio, phone or people. And as far away from Traffic Noise as possible.
- Sit in an upright chair, back straight, but not uncomfortably so.
- Both feet flat on the floor.
- Place one hand on each thigh, palms facing down.
- Close your eyes and start watching your breath with a loving, grateful attitude. Watch your breath as if your life depended on it. Don’t force it, don’t breathe deeply. Your body knows how to breathe – just watch.
- Do this for 3 – 20 minutes, 1 – 3 times per day, or whenever you can. And enjoy the silence, stillness and inner healing power you were born with.
- Watch your happiness resurface and ENJOY!
Another very powerful way is to start systematically eliminating the Trojan horse mental health and happiness destroyers society has unknowingly woven into your everyday life. I’ll teach you this next time.
Have a good un. C’ya,