Creating a new mind is like cultivating a garden. The manifestations you produce from the garden of your mind will be just like crops from the earth’s soil. Dr. Joe Dispenza
The Divine created each person to be happy. There was no other intention. But given mankind’s use of free choice, happiness is not always the destiny – often because of individual choices made. However, it’s never too late to change – change what you think, feel or do.
Reading the blog “15 Thing You Should Give Up to Be Happy,” by Luminita Saviuc needs to be shared. Doesn’t everyone want to be happy? Sometimes, learning, or re-learning how to change thoughts isn’t obvious or intuitive. Luminita is the founder of Purpose Fairy. Her website shares wisdom, hope, inspiration and all things positive.
To live an easier and happier life, review the list of 15 things to give up that no longer serve you and when releasing these, you are preparing to embrace a change toward happiness. To read Luminita’s detailed description of each item listed, read the blog that inspired the desire to share her list.
1. Give up your need to always be right.
2. Give up your need for control.
3. Give up on blame.
4. Give up your self-defeating self-talk.
5. Give up your limiting beliefs.
6. Give up complaining.
7. Give up the luxury of criticism.
8. Give up your need to impress others.
9. Give up your resistance to change.
10. Give up labels.
12. Give up your excuses.
13. Give up the past.
14. Give up attachment.
15. Give up living your life to other people’s expectations.
Credit: Purpose Fairy
This is such a great list. We all need to be reminded of these things and how truly powerful each and every one of us is. If you enjoyed this list be sure to sign up for Luminita's daily newsletter and SHARE this post with your friends and family.
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