Happinessدوره: رسیدن به شادی واقعی / درس
- زمان مطالعه 7 دقیقه
- سطح خیلی سخت
دانلود اپلیکیشن «زوم»
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Hi and this module is about happiness and happy days. How to have more of those and less sad days. This is your happiness principle for all of us. This is one of those life questions we all ask: Happiness and how do you find it. We want to help you get to a stage where your happiness is a state and no longer just a temporary emotion. That’s why we talk about it as a habit so that it becomes the norm rather than the infrequent. Well here is our elite principle that can help you frame that very difficult life question. We’re going to help you unlock the secrets to creating a happy state and staying fulfilled by understanding and learning the habits that are powerful but unknown to all except the really contented and harmonious at least in the world starts with your own disposition and state of mind. A human mind is not capable of sustaining a state of continuous elation. The form of happiness. Most of us define as a happy state. A massive search for insulation and high for risk taking, thrill seeking even substances to give them a chemical high which could be drugs but everyday consumables like coffee, alcohol, red bull, and cigarettes. This elevated motion requires the neurotransmitter dopamine to be produced and the body can do this on ceasing the dopamine highs can be responsible for infatuation and extreme self-confidence which naturally are dangerous when not in moderation. The inevitable low result after high and manifests in sadness. This leads to an undulating mood we call mood swings and if left to continue in extreme circumstances morph into clinical depression. As the elite the sooner you can realize the reality of impermanence when it comes to your mood the sooner you will realize happiness and its more stable form of contentment. The elite have a knowledge that moods change and those transformations are temporary. Now you have that insight. And the number one rule to leading a happy life. The first habit of the seven is we prescribe living every day with seven, instead of days at 10 or ones and twos. Ascending scale of one to 10 for happiness. Ten being the happiest. Our courses on meditation and relaxation in the mastery course and elite bundles can certainly help with this. Another application is in the workplace. Don’t let your team have massive highs and lows. Monitor them and train them to have seven and eight consistently on each day and you will see spectacular results compared to the typical mix of off days and good days which you see in most companies. It’s all about getting into the habit of happiness. So the daily moderation of your mood is the foundation and cornerstone for that. The second habit we just alluded to is in meditation which is one of the tools that helps us deal with extreme lows daily stresses and daily problems. Developing this tool to handle adversity in more positive ways we are empowered to be content with our life no matter what type of situation we encounter. This is something we must practice and practice meditation and self introspection to develop the ability to knowledge adversities for what they are temporary. Through meditation we identify our trained responses and how they escalate a bad mood or negative reaction. As we train the mind to overcome these responses we empower ourselves to make better choices in the face of adversity even in difficult situations. We can start to react positively and create a more happy state an outcome. And the next, I want to talk about the four guiding principles or habits in Buddhism which of course religion and how followers live their lives. This takes us up to six habits of happiness. These teachings begin with a statement that all beings want to be happy but when you look for happiness inside rather than outside ourselves. True happiness can only be found inside. This does reinforce our principle that happiness is influenced by yourself and your own mood. Secondly, Buddhism teaches Do not keep things in our hearts. If it is going to make us unhappy because it’s simply not worth it by holding onto these negative thoughts we worry about them. They consume our attention and that does not leave us in a happy state. Also it means we cannot focus on what is more important and positive in our lives. Finally the Buddhists say Khandaan you what he teaches us to be grateful. A humble bee. What this means is grateful and appreciative of what we have and what we are. Because as long as we are longing for something else we will never be happy. Secondly to be humble I see other people and other things are just as important as one’s self. So don’t obsess about our selves and respect other people’s views and rights. All these habits are great and enlightened principles that we should all try to follow. There is one major area not covered by these principles and that is relationships. In the modern world. Unless you are a monk or a social hermit you cannot find total contentment and just your own company to lead we have developed the Buddhist teachings one stage further to cover a facet of true happiness. And habit number seven always have in your life a core relationship. While a lot of parents, your partner, your colleagues, or even a pet and don’t limit it to just one nurture and work on those relationships because it’s those relationships that will provide the emotional support of long term contentment. Sometimes these relationships change or stop over time. Whether that is because we grow apart or one of the party departs. The important thing is to never have that void for long. Make it a primary focus to nurture that relationship or find one. The best research we always referred to is probably one of the longest running social studies of its kind. There is a 75 year old Harvard study following Harvard sophomores on inner city Boston boys and is still ongoing to this day. The study concluded those with a close relationship felt happier and older age live longer and felt less emotionally down when experiencing physical pain or ailments. Those that didn’t have life partners close friends or had partners but they didn’t trust them completely died. So this study gives a clear statistical evidence that the more important variable. More important than social background education or income is a strong and solid relationship. So there you are. Seven Habits to happiness to make sure you live your life with joy and gratitude.