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Happy Is Easier Than We Think

A lovely reader asked how to get happy when the thing that makes her happy isn’t possible to experience. She understands it’s important to keep the vibe up (“get in the vortex,” as Abe says), but financial obstacles keep her from it. Sometimes the blocks we see to our happiness aren’t financial, but dependent on […]

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  • December 14, 2012

Guest Post: Law of Attraction in 3 Words

Pete Hughes’ succinct take on deliberate creation may not appeal to everyone, but his simple style (and pithy humor) may offer inspiration to some: It is hard to surf the Internet these days without stumbling across something about ‘manifestation’ or ‘The Law of Attraction’. Since the release of the film The Secret, hundreds, if not […]

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  • February 22, 2012

Your Personal Happiness Recipe

January’s Success Magazine quoted a recent British study that boiled down the recipe to happiness in five elements: 6.5 hours of sleep 20 minute commute 5 home cooked meals a week a night out with friends or loved ones regular exercise We do love clear cut instructions, don’t we?¬† ūüėČ It’s worthwhile for deliberate creators […]

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  • March 22, 2011

Pulling the Plug on Fun?

Deliberate creators know two things: how important it is to be happy, have fun, and enjoy¬†(i.e. get in the vortex) and how often life presents challenges to do so. Case in point: My ex¬†called last night to report one of his cats missing. Turbo escaped through a basement door inadvertently left open, and despite late […]

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  • August 22, 2010

Fleeting Happiness; Enduring Sadness?

Have you ever noticed that moments of happiness are often short lived, while less enjoyable feelings like sadness or anger can last what might¬†seem a lifetime? I don’t see too many folks getting hung up on¬†joyful events, whereas it seems more common for someone to dwell on an experience that brings¬†grief, anger, resentment, or other […]

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  • March 6, 2010

How Simple Is It?

In this five minute workshop excerpt, Abraham says we are making too much of all this. It’s this simple: find something to be happy about, focus on it, and be happy. Abe also recommends holding these two simple intentions: I want to feel good as much as I can feel good. I am determined to […]

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  • May 6, 2009
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