I know Happiness and Peace of mind cannot be measured but are there questions one could answer to really ascertain if they are really happy?
I am asking this question because of that feeling of self-fulfilment.
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Wow! two things that determine so much – even how we react to everyday challenges is determined by this. According to James Nazar, our everyday encounters have a way of determining the sustainability of this essential human needs and our ability to answer them goes a long way to bringing us to a state of fulfilment.
Here are the questions we need to answer:
Happiness / Peace of Mind
Are your “shoulds” getting in the way of your happiness?
The desires of our ego are often in conflict with the emotions of our heart. You’ll always have what you want if you want what you have.
If you achieved all of your life’s goals how would you feel?
How can you feel that along the way? The discipline of delayed gratification is one of the most powerful habits of successful individuals. But most actions we take are meant to elicit an emotion in the now. We’re happier striving for our goals when we let ourselves feel that which we want to feel when our outcome is achieved.
What did I learn today? Who did I love? What made me laugh?
Try and ask yourself these 3 questions at the end of each day. Regardless of anything else that happens, if you learned something new, loved a good person and got to laugh heartily, it was a day worth having and remembering.
At the end of it all, you will be able to see the beauty in the little things that life offers us daily and Peace of Mind/Happiness sets it