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7 Best Weight Loss Habits that Actually Work

7 Best Weight Loss Habits that Actually Work

 

It’s not always easy to love your own body, but you should be! And though it may not always be that simple, there are certain things you can do to finally start loving everything about the skin you’re in. And all of that starts by making the right choices for you.

Eating healthy and taking care of your mental health is an integral part of weight loss. Recent studies have found that some of the best weight loss habits are both simple and affordable. For example, cooking meals at home can help you save money and time. This becomes especially helpful when you’re trying to shed pounds in a hurry for a destination wedding or family reunion!

If you’re struggling to lose weight, it doesn’t have to be complicated! With these healthy habits in your life, you’ll be on the road to a healthier lifestyle in no time

7 Best Weight Loss Habits that Actually Work

So, in order to help you get on the right path, here are some no-diet, no-exercise ways to start losing weight and keep it off for good.

Don’t diet

Many studies have shown that the number-one predictor of future weight gain is being on a diet right now.

The reality is that if you’re cutting your calories dramatically, it’ll reduce your strength, muscle mass and bone density – and you need all 3 to be healthy! On top of that diets are depleting your energy levels and make you feel constantly more hungry.

This is why it’s so important to focus on building better habits instead of focusing on a number on the scale.

Plan your meals in advance to avoid impulse eating and cravings

We all know that not eating enough can cause you to gain weight and have a general sense of unhappiness. However, it’s not just starving yourself that can lead to weight gain; many people overeat because they are unprepared, or don’t know what they want to eat. This might be the perfect time for a meal planner app! These programs can help you organize your meals in advance so you know what and when to eat helping you with your grocery list.

Don’t go fat-free. Fats are important for your digestion

Fats have been demonized for their high calorie content, but they are essential for our digestion. Fats help to give us the fuel we need to function, and they are needed so that our body can absorb vitamins A, D, E and K. In other words, fats are actually really good for you!

Instead of cutting fats, you’ll want to focus on eating healthy fats at every meal

Drink a glass of water before every meal and snack

Drinking a glass of water before a meal can help reduce hunger and prevent overeating. Research has shown that this simple step can help people lose weight. It also helps to have a clear mind throughout the day and hydrate the body.

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Make sure you’re eating enough protein when trying to lose weight

Protein is an essential part of a healthy diet. Protein can help you feel full and has been shown to increase satiety. It also helps prevent weight gain and muscle loss that often happen when you’re trying to lose weight.

Protein can be found in many different foods, but it is important to note that not all protein sources are created equal. For example, some sources of protein have a higher amount of fat in them, which could make it difficult for people who are trying to lose weight. It’s also important not to eat too much protein because too much protein could lead to kidney disease and other health problems.

The best source of protein for someone who is trying to lose weight is lean chicken or turkey breast without the skin on it (it’s good for your heart). Other good sources are lentils, beans, peas, surprisingly parsley is an immense source of vegetable protein/

Stay active. Engage in regular physical activity for at least 30 minutes each day

One of the most important things you can do for your health is staying active. Physical activity is essential to maintain a healthy weight and improve your heart, brain, and immune system. Regular exercise can even help prevent certain diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or cancer. Regular exercise has also been shown to reduce anxiety levels and improve sleep quality.

You really don’t need a 20 pages exercise plan in order to stay lean. You do, however, need to carve out time to move around. Train yourself to say yes to more movement. Take the steps. Walk these 2 blocks to the grocery store. Subscribe to a good online yoga and dedicate at least 15-30 minutes daily. Keep the things simple. Just add some more movement. Step after step after step.

Watch less TV, and turn off your phone after 9 pm

Ditching the TV and turning off your phone after 9 pm are two changes that can greatly improve your sleep. The blue light emitted from screens is inversely correlated with melatonin levels, which helps you fall asleep and regulates our circadian rhythms. To get our best rest, we should avoid these lights for at least an hour before bedtime.

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Why Worry

Why Worry – Irish wisdom

This is a great example of the wealth of Irish wisdom! Enjoy and… don’t worry!

 

In life, there are only two things to worry about—

Either you are well or you are sick.

If you are well, there is nothing to worry about,

But if you are sick, there are only two things to worry about—

Either you will get well or you will die.

Why Worry Irish wisdom

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If you get well, there is nothing to worry about,

But if you die, there are only two things to worry about—

Either you will go to heaven or hell.

If you go to heaven, there is nothing to worry about.

And if you go to hell, you’ll be so busy shaking hands with all your friends

You won’t have time to worry!

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Meditation

❤️ Meditation – touching the Divine

There are often ups and downs in our lives, success, failure, gain, loss, joy and disappointment, pain, suffering, chaos, confusion, insecurity. And no matter how much we strengthen our ego, develop our confidence and personal qualities, we still remain vulnerable and dependent on external circumstances, people, situations, and events.

But there is a place in us, deep inside us, where everything is fine, there we are independent and free, a place that is our true nature, a place where we are “at home.”

Hermann Hesse writes in Siddhartha:

Within you, there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at anytime and be yourself.”

And as one of my favourite authors, Deepak Chopra says:

“People need to know that they have all the tools within themselves. Self-awareness, which means awareness of their body, awareness of their mental space, awareness of their relationships – not only with each other but with life and the ecosystem.”

Meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. It is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there – buried under the 50,000 thoughts. the average person thinks every day”.

There are many types of Meditation,

but everyone can find the one that is best for him. You don’t have to be a Tibetan monk or a Zen Buddhist to meditate. Everyone can meditate, and this is our most natural state.

I like Meditation, in which you just sit relaxed in the silence and focus on your breathing, or as it is said in Buddhism – you do not focus exactly but merge with your breathing. You pay attention to everything that happens to you – such as passing thoughts, desires, feelings, etc., but nothing is analyzed, evaluated, determined.

You don’t need to stop your thoughts or try to control your reactions. The mind is best directed by simply being released. We constantly have thoughts in our heads, and they flow constantly. The mind is like a naughty monkey jumping from branch to branch, and if you try to tame it, it will start jumping even faster. But in Meditation, when you just “observe” the passing thoughts … they subside, stop, and a “gap” appears between them.

Many authors claim that you should not think about anything during Meditation that you should stop your thoughts. But it is challenging, if not impossible, to consciously say to your thoughts, “STOP.”

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There is a modern zen-koan:

Can you not think about anything without not thinking about it at all?

If you sit and think, “I don’t think about anything, my mind is empty,”… that’s thought again. So you shouldn’t try to stop your thoughts, and you shouldn’t think about it. It would help if you did not give any pompousness to the Meditation or expect too much from it. It will only hinder you. You just sit and watch … and let everything happen. Let it just be. If any thought arises – “do I do it right? “or some emotion appears, not to go into it and evaluate it, not to blame yourself, not to stop it, but to observe it … and then it flies away.

It is best to imagine that you are sitting and watching the sky – birds fly there- big and small, loud and quiet, clouds cross – white or black, turbulent or calm. But they fly back and forth, they come and go. They go, and the space remains calm and clean. Its peace and balance cannot be disturbed. Relax, and do not think whether your posture is correct. Get rid of any restrictions and any desire for control. If you try to follow some technology strictly, it will only strain you. Get rid of everything and don’t even think that you are relaxed or how Meditation should happen. Go beyond the limiting mind that is always trying to define. When you are calm, you will just feel. That is how the magic of Meditation happens.

“So whatever thoughts and emotions arise, allow them to rise and settle, like the waves in the ocean. Whatever you find yourself thinking, let that thought rise and settle, without any constraint. Don’t grasp at it, feed it, or indulge it; don’t cling to it, and don’t try to solidify it. Neither follow thoughts nor invite them; be like the ocean looking at its own waves, or the sky gazing down on the clouds that pass through it. You will soon find that thoughts are like the wind; they come and go. The secret to Meditation is not to “think” about thoughts, but to allow them to flow through the mind, while keeping your mind free of afterthoughts. “From Sogyal Rinpoche’s Tibetan Book of Life and Death

 

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Thus, when you observe how reactions, thoughts, sensations appear and then disappear, you realize that everything IS and IS NOT. E. And that everything that happens in us is transient. Our reactions are triggered by some processes inside us, and we react knowledgable mechanically. Our consciousness is burdened by external influences, by our initial expectations and ideas, by our attitudes. But through Meditation, you go beyond that consciousness and reach our true nature, where we are detached from the outside world. Looking at things from this state, we understand that we can react to something in a new way and that everything that happens is a kind of game, an illusion, a temporary role.

In Meditation, we come out of this role and reach the Spirit within us. Some external event can never shake it. The Spirit is free from all the ego’s needs for approval, control, evaluation, determination. The Spirit inside us is always calm – as when there is excitement on the surface of the sea, but deep at the bottom, it is calm, and no storms can affect the peace.

In Meditation, you feel that the world is as it should be, that it is as it is. And it is not necessary to fight it, evaluate it, and complain, but to ACCEPT it. We don’t have to control the world because uncertainty is part of evolution, of change. But we can simply see the world as it is, without labeling it, without interpreting it, looking at it with clear eyes, without distorting the view through the prism of our burdened ego.

The place we reach during Meditation is the only place where we can find peace, get the Wisdom, the Power, the Love, the Freedom, and the Joy within us. Through Meditation, we can reach insights, decisions, inspiring ideas, peace, and balance. Because then we are free from everything because we have got “home.”

And a final words of wisdom by Steve Jobs:
“If you just sit and observe, you will see how restless your mind is. If you try to calm it, it only makes it worse, but over time it does calm, and when it does, there’s room to hear more subtle things – that’s when your intuition starts to blossom, and you start to see things more clearly and be in the present more. Your mind just slows down, and you see a tremendous expanse in the moment. You see so much more than you could see before.”

the real luxury

❤️ The real luxury is to live the way you like

Luxury is not for cowards; it is not makeup; it is not going to restaurants or any particular dressing style.

The real luxury is to live the way you like.

With comfortable pants. In comfortable shoes. With the color of lipstick that suits you, or no lipstick at all. To have food that is delicious to you, friends with whom you are comfortable, to be together because of love, not out of a sense of duty.

Learn to give up the unnecessary,

what is obsolete and worn out. And take care of what you like. My friend’s 5-year-old daughter has been visiting us with her favorite spoon all her little life. She can afford to eat with the utensils she likes. Her mother gets annoyed every time and tries to justify herself. I started taking picnic utensils with me because I’m not particularly eager to eat in plastic. And I don’t care what others think about it.

Luxury living should not be “deserved.”

It’s about the fact that whatever item of choice is worthy for you. The cup given to you by your sister. Dad’s T-shirt, which is so cozy to sleep in. Cake made by your Mom’s recipe. The kiss of a loved one. Exciting books. Great movies. Your favorite songs. Clean bed linen. Tidy apartment. Life of your choice!

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It is a luxury not to punish yourself when something goes wrong.

Socks can tear. The cake may not be tasty. Friends may not want to watch your favorite movie with you. The person you love can leave. You might not get a deserved promotion. Anything can happen. If something doesn’t work for you, it doesn’t affect your value. It just means that not everything is going the way you want it to now.

It is a luxury to choose how to live.

Sew torn socks or buy new ones. Throw away the cake and order sushi, or try to make it again. Watch the movie alone or go for a coffee with friends. Let go or fight! Look for a new job or reconsider your old goals.

It is a luxury to live by your own rules.

Move towards your goals. Don’t apologize. Don’t be in your comfort zone. Do not justify your choices, your dreams, your interests.

Say, “I deserve something much better.” And then, “I can do it.

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inspiring thoughts

The lower the soul of a person-the higher the nose up – inspiring thoughts

11 Inspiring thoughts about life, Love, friendship, optimism, enjoy reading them.

  1. “All the people sent to us are our reflection. And they are sent so that we, looking at these people, correct our mistakes, and when we correct them, these people either change too or leave our lives.”— Boris Pasternak
  2. “We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses.”― Alphonse Karr, author of “A Tour Round My Garden”
  3. “At the end of each day, you should play back the tapes of your performance. The results should either applaud you or prod you.” — Jim Rohn
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  4. “When you do not find a clear reason for your Love for someone, it means that you really Love him… You often Love people who fulfill your whims, who are like you. You feel safe with them. Loving people who are like you is actually easy. It isn’t easy to love people who do not look like you, who do not fulfill your every wish. It’s hard to love someone not because it makes you happy, but simply because it exists because it doesn’t look like anyone else because it’s who it is… “- Kursat Basar, author Music by My Bedsideinspiring thoughts about life, inspiration, motivation
  5. How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ― Anne Frank,
  6. “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” ― Oscar Wilde,
  7. “Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything that is beautiful; for beauty is God’s handwriting—a wayside sacrament. Welcome it in every fair face, in every fair sky, in every fair flower, and thank God for it as a cup of blessing.”— Ralph Waldo Emerson
  8. “A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you.” ― Elbert Hubbard
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  9. “Weak people revenge. Strong people forgive. Intelligent people ignore“— Albert Einstein
  10. “The lower the soul of a person, the higher the nose up. He stretches his nose to where the soul has not grown.“— Omar Khayyam
  11. “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,
    Love like you’ll never be hurt,
    Sing like there’s nobody listening,
    And live like it’s heaven on earth.”
    William W. Purkey
The best things in life

❤️The best things in life

Let’s remember what some of the best things in life are. Maybe then we will realize that our days are not so gloomy and gray once they are present in our daily lives.

Smile, friends! The little things in life are the most wonderful!

Here is just a concise list of The best things in life.
  1. To laugh so much that you can’t catch your breath;
  2. The long showers
  3. Holding hands in hands;
  4. Nicknames;
  5. To fall asleep while it is raining;
  6. The nights you barely remember;
  7. Night phone calls with your beloved;
  8. To trust you with a secret;
  9. Feeling beautiful;
  10. Finding the perfect outfit;
  11. Weekends;
  12. Kisses under the rain;
  13. Singing in the shower;
  14. Knowing that someone is missing you;
  15. To watch the sunrise and the sunset;
  16. Sweet dreams;
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  17. Good memories;
  18. Jokes that don’t make sense;
  19. Being in love;
  20. When your hair is perfect;
  21. Shopping;
  22. Enjoying Good music;
  23. Your birthday;
  24. Pleasant surprises;
  25. Best friends;
  26. The kiss;
  27. A cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day;
  28. Greeting card received by mail;
  29. The gift made;
  30. Dreams and fantasies;
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Two Bad Bricks

❤️Two Bad Bricks

Ajahn Brahmavamso’s story of Two Bad Bricks from his book Who Ordered This Truckload Of Dung? is the inspirational story that human relationships should be built on. If you haven’t read this book, the least you can do will be to read the story here:

Two Bad Bricks

“After we purchased the land for our monastery in 1983 we were broke. We were in debt. There were no buildings on the land, not even a shed. Those first few weeks we slept not on beds but on old doors we had bought cheaply from the salvage yard; we raised them on bricks at each corner to lift them off the ground. (There were no mattresses, of course — we were forest monks.)

“The abbot had the best door, the flat one. My door was ribbed with a sizeable hole in the center where the doorknob would have been. I joked that now I wouldn’t need to get out of bed to go to the toilet! The cold truth was, however, that the wind would come up through that hole. I didn’t sleep much those nights.

“We were poor monks who needed buildings. We couldn’t afford to employ a builder — the materials were expensive enough. So I had to learn how to build: how to prepare the foundations, lay concrete and bricks, erect the roof, put in the plumbing — the whole lot. I had been a theoretical physicist and high-school teacher in lay life, not used to working with my hands. After a few years, I became quite skilled at building, even calling my crew the BBC (“Buddhist Building Company”). But when I started it was very difficult.

“It may look easy to lay a brick: a dollop of mortar underneath, a little tap here, a little tap there. But when I began laying bricks, I’d tap one corner down to make it level and another corner would go up. So I’d tap that corner down then the brick would move out of line. After I’d nudged it back into line, the first corner would be too high again. Hey, you try it!

“Being a monk, I had the patience and as much time as I needed. I made sure every single brick was perfect, no matter how long it took. Eventually, I completed my first brick wall and stood back to admire it. It was only then that I noticed— oh no! — I’d missed two bricks. All the other bricks were nicely in line, but these two were inclined at an angle. They looked terrible. They spoiled the whole wall. They ruined it.

“By then, the cement mortar was too hard for the bricks to be taken out, so I asked the abbot if I could knock the wall down and start over again — or, even better, perhaps blow it up. I’d made a mess of it and I was very embarrassed. The abbot said no, the wall had to stay.

“When I showed our first visitors around our fledgling monastery, I always tried to avoid taking them past my brick wall. I hated anyone seeing it. Then one day, some three or four months after I finished it, I was walking with a visitor and he saw the wall.

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” ‘That’s a nice wall,’ he casually remarked.

” ‘Sir,’ I replied in surprise, ‘have you left your glasses in your car? Are you visually impaired? Can’t you see those two bad bricks which spoil the whole wall?’

What he said next changed my whole view of that wall, of myself, and of many other aspects of life.

He said, “Yes. I can see those two bad bricks. But I can see the 998 good bricks as well.’

“I was stunned. For the first time in over three months, I could see other bricks in that wall apart from the two mistakes. Above, below, to the left, and to the right of the bad bricks were good bricks, perfect bricks. Moreover, the perfect bricks were many, many more than the two bad bricks. Before, my eyes would focus exclusively on my two mistakes; I was blind to everything else. That was why I couldn’t bear looking at that wall, or having others see it. That was why I wanted to destroy it. Now that I could see the good bricks, the wall didn’t look so bad after all. It was, as the visitor had said, ‘a nice brick wall.’ It’s still there now, twenty years later, but I’ve forgotten exactly where those bad bricks are. I literally cannot see those mistakes anymore.

“How many people end a relationship or get divorced because all they can see in their partner are ‘two bad bricks’? How many of us become depressed or even contemplate suicide, because all we can see in ourselves are ‘two bad bricks.’ In truth, there are many, many more good bricks, perfect bricks — above, below, to the left, and to the right of the faults — but at times we just can’t see them. Instead, every time we look our eyes focuses exclusively on the mistakes. The mistakes are all we see, they’re all we think are there and so we want to destroy them. And sometimes, sadly, we do destroy a ‘very nice wall.’

“We’ve all got our two bad bricks, but the perfect bricks in each one of us are much, much more than the mistakes. Once we see this, things aren’t so bad. Not only can we live at peace with ourselves, inclusive of our faults, but we can also enjoy living with a partner. This is bad news for divorce lawyers, but good news for you.

“I have told this anecdote many times. After one occasion, a builder came up to me and told me a professional secret. ‘We builders always make mistakes,’ he said, ‘But we tell our clients that it is “an original feature” with no other house in the neighborhood like it. And then we charge them a couple of thousand dollars extra!’

“So the ‘unique features’ in your house probably started out as mistakes. In the same way, what you might take to be mistakes in yourself, in your partner, or in general, can become ‘unique features,’ enriching your time here — once you stop focusing on them exclusively.”

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Ajahn Brahm has been a monk for more than 30 years. He is now a revered spiritual guide and abbot of one of the largest Buddhist monasteries in the southern hemisphere. On 29 Oct 2006, the Bangkok Post wrote this about him: “His clerical name is Phra Brahmavamso. His official Buddhist title in the Thai ecclesiastical hierarchy is Phra Visutisangvornthera. But the UK-born monk is known internationally as Ajahn Brahm. And he likes it that way – short and simple. He likes his teachings to be that way too. Ajahn Brahm’s accessible and practical teachings, delivered with a humorous touch, have won him an international following. Ordained for 32 years and trained under the late meditation master and forest monk Ajahn Chah, he is now abbot of the Bodhinyana Monastery in Australia.”

One does not get energy from food and sleep but from joy

❤️One does not get energy from food and sleep but from joy

Dr. Hinohara’s advice for longevity and fulfilling life:

Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara is one of those to whom Japan is indebted for its many centenarians. He himself was a worthy example with his incredibly active life – after turning 75, he published over 150 books, including the bestseller “Live Long, Live Well“, distributed in 1.2 million copies. After celebrating his 100th birthday, Dr. Hinohara continues to treat people and give lectures. His life remains dedicated to the good cause – to guide and advise people on achieving health and longevity. In July 2017, the Japanese doctor left this world at the age of 105.

One does not get energy from food and sleep but from joy.

Do you remember how in childhood, if you had fun, you forgot to eat and did not need sleep? It’s the same for adults. You should not plague your body with strict rules of eating and sleeping.

energy from foodPeople of all races, nationalities, and genders can live long. They have only one thing in common – there is not a single fat person among the long-lived. For example, at breakfast, I drink coffee or milk, maybe orange juice with a spoonful of olive oil – it is good for the skin and arteries. At lunch – milk with biscuits, or nothing if I’m too busy. When I work, I don’t feel hungry at all. My dinner – vegetables, some fish and rice. Twice a week, I eat 100 g of lean meat. So you should not get all your energy from food but also from joy and happiness!

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It is not necessary to retire at all.

But if this is unavoidable, try to do it as late as possible. Today, the retirement age in Japan is 65, but it was introduced half a century ago, when life expectancy was 68, and centenarians across Japan at the time were a total of 125 people. Today, Japanese women live on average to 86 and men to 80. Those who passed the 100 are 36,000 people.

To stay healthy, go up the stairs and carry your bags. I even skip steps to train my muscles.

When doctors advise you to do specific tests and recommend surgery, ask them if they would give their loved ones the same advice. Doctors cannot cure everything they tell us. Why suffer unnecessary suffering? Sometimes music and animal therapists help more than surgeons.

Pain is a mysterious thing. The best way to deal with it is to find something exciting. When a child has a toothache, it is worth involving him in play to forget the pain. There is a lot of fun in our hospital “St. Luke” – music, animals, art therapy. This helps a lot.

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Don’t try to accumulate so many material things.

Remember – no one knows when his last hour will come. And he won’t take any of that with him.

Science alone cannot help people.

Science puts us under one denominator, but we are all different, and disease is closely related to our soul. To understand the disease and help man, we need not only science but also art.

Living long is wonderful.

Up to the age of 60, we work for our family’s good, and it is easy for us to reach the set goals. Then, however, we have to do good for the good of society as a whole. Since I turned 65, I have been working for free, 18 hours a day, seven days a week. And I enjoy every minute.

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10 inspiring thoughts

❤️ 10 inspiring thoughts on the meaning of happiness

Happiness is the most important engine in our lives, but we often do not understand what it is or where we can find it. We try different scenarios, hoping that we will somehow stumble upon happiness, but we are still aware of how deceptive the search can be.
The truth is that sometimes tricky questions have really simple answers. This probably is the case with happiness.

These 10 inspiring thoughts will give you great insights into what makes people happy.
  1. Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.” Jim Rohn
    We tend to see happiness as a goal we need to achieve somewhere in the future, not as something we can achieve right now and right here. This way of thinking actually prevents us from finding happiness in the present, when the present offers us opportunities for it.

  1. There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved. George Sand
    People seek happiness in many different ways, but everyone would agree that the surest way to find happiness is to cultivate love. Sharing and receiving love makes us happy – it’s that simple.

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  1. Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. Albert Schweizer

Our modern society accepts that happiness is something that only comes after we have achieved success. Successful people know that happiness precedes success. Enjoying your work and finding joy and happiness in work make us successful.

  1. Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort. Franklin D. Roosevelt
    Happiness is not really about reaching a specific goal or destination but rather about enjoying the ride. Every new step towards our goal should make us happy and fulfilled. This type of happiness is not about excitement but about peace. It is stable and lasting happiness.
    happiness

  1. Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. – Mahatma Gandhi
    Lasting happiness is not ecstatic. It is like the feeling of peace and harmony that extends to our thoughts and actions. This is possible when our actions and thoughts correspond to the deepest desires of our hearts.

  1. It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness. Charles Spurgeon
    Happiness is rarely about what we have or what we can produce. It is more important that we have what we have. True happiness comes from knowing how to see everything in bright, positive light and enjoying all the things that happen to us.

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Tibetan practice for your thyroid gland

❤️ Tibetan practice for your thyroid gland, use it often

I share with you the important Tibetan practice for your thyroid gland. This exercise provides increased blood flow to your thyroid gland, which will cleanse it and keep it healthy.

STEP 1 – Rub your palms well to warm them. Then carefully place your palms on the thyroid gland and hold them there for about ten seconds.

STEP 2 – You should swallow your saliva three times in a row or drink three sips of water.

STEP 3 – Exhale slowly. As you exhale, bend your head forward and press your chin to your chest as hard as possible. Hold your chin for a few seconds without breathing. When you start breathing, lift your chin and lower your head. Keep your head in this position for a while. Once you begin exhaling, press your chin to your chest again.

STEP 4 – While your chin is on your chest, slowly turn your head left and right, never removing your chin from your chest. This movement is an excellent massage of the thyroid gland.

Note: Your head rises when you inhale and goes down as you exhale.

Repeat the above steps of the Tibetan practice ten times.

You can practice it in either a sitting or standing position. I recommend practicing this excellent Tibetan practice often – several times a week. Your thyroid gland will be so thankful to you while its condition greatly improves.

Practicing this exercise is remarkably effective in cases of hypothyroidism.

 

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