True happiness comes only when our inner and outer world are in-sync.
Sometimes, all that you need to do is listen to your heart. And then watch everything fall in place.
Everything evolves with time. Even Love. It’s not the same as it used to be. The generations before ours had experienced love in a very different light. How has love changed? And how have we changed it? And most importantly- is the change for the good or bad?
Our experience tells us that long-lasting happiness is not dependent on success. Success only brings you momentary euphoria.
It is well documented that the brain uses shortcuts to increase its efficiency. The brain relies on information from past experiences to direct your thoughts and behaviors for the task at hand. For example, Rita considered herself a very busy working woman. Everyday her default activity in the car on her way to work would
Accountability or responsibility is fulfilled by collective efforts. When you take the responsibility to love yourself wholly, you will automatically be your best self in terms of other commitments.
Don’t worry! Be happy! Sang Bobby McFerrin and the world sang with him. But how happy are we? Is happiness a mirage that seems to exist just a wee bit beyond our fingertips? So, we asked Happiness Evangelist Rachana Gupta to share with us the secrets of happiness and she did. Happily. Over to Rachana