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THREE WAYS to feel good and live happily and healthily

THREE WAYS to feel good and live happily and healthily

OHMYGOSSIP – Everyone wants to be happy. Aristotle has said that the most fundamental desire of  all people is to be happy, and all activities in their lives are motivated by this desire. Of course, we all want to be happy, but how many of us are consciously working in that direction?

Falling ill is a sign of our wrong lifestyle. Worry, fears and negative thoughts weaken our body. Only keep useful and meaningful things in your life—what is
good for you is good for others.

Start conscious work on yourself, because in the long run it will pay off. Below you find three approaches that have been used over three millennia.

1. Start watching your thoughts. Take five minutes each evening to write down the feelings you felt during the day. Remind yourself of the situations and emotions you have experienced. What negative traits do they hide? What are you going to do tomorrow to improve those traits? It is very important to write it all down.

2. Think of the things that make you happy — and the so-called miracle of positive thinking is born! When you focus on the things you like, you seem to move into a different range of vibrations and your body begins to heal itself. What’s more, even more positive things come into your life because everything you think becomes a reality, including the problems that plague you. Focus on the things you enjoy and see how things start to change.

3. Practice meditation. During meditation, the body and mind rest and heal themselves.

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