It's not a coincidence that the day chosen to celebrate Happiness is the Spring Equinox. Spring symbolizes the increase of light, the rebirth of the earth, hope, abundance, and so much more. The Spring Equinox is the Astrological new year, and today the Sun enters the constellation of Aries- the sign of being a pioneer and having passion and courage.
"A happy life is just a spring of happy moments. But most people don't allow the happy moment, because they are so busy trying to get the happy life". This is a quote by Abraham-Hicks that I read and thought about all the people I know who are always chasing something/ someone that in their minds holds the key to their happiness. For some people it is money. For others it is a romantic partner- in general or someone specific. And for others it is inner peace and healing their emotional wounds.
It is not often that I encounter people who are truly happy, but when I do, they all have a few traits in common. First of all, they have a positive attitude and are grateful for what they have, regardless of "how much" they have. Second, they don't compare themselves to others. Third, they have learned, often the hard way, what the important things in life are. And lastly, they made peace with their past and with their life circumstances which they can not change.
If I had to summarize what they are like, I would say that their ego doesn't dominate them. Because their minds aren't busy making up stories, they can live in the present moment, which is where Joy is found. They are aligned. Things work out for them. They have great energy, so positive people gravitate towards them. They have great energy, so negative people are pushed away from them. They often have a spiritual outlook on life which makes them feel safe and excited to be alive.
So if you would like to experience more happy moments- you know what to do. It's just a matter of finding the right tools ;0)
Here's to you creating a happier and happier life for yourself!
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