“Do what makes you happy.”
If you’ve ever felt unsatisfied with a job or any other personal or professional situation, you’ve probably heard that advice. However, this advice is not helpful.
In today’s world, the pursuit of happiness is a deeply ingrained concept. We’re taught to expect our lives to be fairly happy, and we’re encouraged to do whatever it takes to achieve that.
But, like everything else in life, happiness isn’t so simple.
What is happiness?
First of all, happiness refers to what you can get from others and your environment. In other words, you’re happy when your material and emotional needs are fulfilled.
Take Vianna Stibal’s ThetaHealing Book. It gives us an idea of what people need to be happy and the importance of each of those areas in our lives – from basic biological needs like food and shelter to more elevated needs like self-development and creativity. Here are 3 reasons why you should read the ThetaHealing by Vianna Stibal.
However, fulfilling our needs doesn’t always make us happy. And in many cases, that comes in direct conflict with the happiness we seek.
For example, a job that covers our basic needs for food, shelter, and security could be getting in the way of your need for creativity, flexibility, and freedom.
On top of that, we tend to think of happiness as static, as something you either have or don’t. However, this isn’t the case, at all. Instead, happiness is fluid and fleeting.
We can redefine that happiness by making it broader – it’s not just about the nice feeling you get when your needs are met, or when you receive something pleasant from someone else. It’s also about what you can give to others, and how giving gives you a purpose and a connection to your community.
Learning ThetaHealing, makes you “feel” happy, giving you a Divine definition of happiness. Learn ThetaHealing today. Sign up now for my next ThetaHealing class.