Behaviors connected to happiness

Happy people have an internal awareness of the mind’s desire to ruminate (dissociate). People who ruminate or grasp past storylines of unworthiness or regret suffer.


Happy people filter the constant noise (60,000 thoughts a day), opting for the experience before their eyes.


Happy people observe, refuse the desire to judge, to compete with other Egos.


It is the difference between worthy or unworthy, accepting or judging, grasping or letting go, living fully or isolating.



Happy people feel their negative emotions fully, then let them go. Their focus returns to observing life, absent judgment.



Happy people realize anger is a choice, depression is linked to thought, and anxiety is fueled by emotions.


Wellbeing improves with these choices.

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