The path to greatness is a road we all must travel ourselves. The demands we place on ourselves will determine our final outcome, our final result. Are you placing the right demands on yourself? or are you being to demanding? There's so much pressure this day in age. Not only does the pressure come from our … Continue reading No Pressure Guide to Happiness
Through understanding ourselves fully, spiritually and physically we are better able to see clearly and better able to work along side the laws of nature rather than against them.
We're all destined for great things.. We all have so much potential we refuse and neglect. We overwork and overconsume to the point we have no energy left to do the things that nourish us soulfully. So busy plugging away at the day to day duties we quickly forget the importance of nurturing this part … Continue reading Embracing the Soul Factor
Self control sucks, why is it we want the things we want so bad? Yet we get mad at ourselves the moment we have at it. Some people go their whole lives caught up in addictive behavior, their whole lives with intentions to quit but never really taking action. Life and its moments will never … Continue reading Learning to Accept Today
What is the difference of fulfillment and being satisfied/content? How does one obtain fulfillment? Why is fulfillment important? All reasonable questions that if one doesn't understand the term fulfillment they would never know. Do you live a fulfilling life? What is fulfillment? Fulfillment is gaining satisfaction from your actions. Why is this absurd? Because not … Continue reading Obtaining Fulfillment
Everyone's definition of happiness is different. The concept of happiness never changes but how we attain it does. Happiness is gained by simply valuing yourself and your role in society. Plain and simple. Not everyone is born into great power. A lot of us are born below the poverty line and because of this we … Continue reading What is Happiness?
Laughter has become a natural instinct; the blind, deaf, even some infants laugh before they are 2 months old. It is more common we laugh in social settings than when we’re alone. Even laughing gas loses it’s "oomph" when taken in solitude. Men claim to chuckle and women claim to giggle yet most laughter isn’t … Continue reading Understanding Laughter