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Simply put, the Law of Attraction is the ability to attract into our lives whatever we are focusing on, and turning good intentions into positive action. This article is a summary of what I learned about it today.
I am presenting the following list with no comments as I forgot where I found it. Here are the top 100 happy words within the English speaking population of whichever University campus where that research took place: word happiness_rank laughter 1 happiness 2 love 3 happy 4 laughed 5 laugh 6 laughing 7 excellent [...]
One of the most well-known of Taoist practices is the "Inner Smile", in which we smile inwardly to each of the major organs of our body, activating within us the energy of loving-kindness, and waking up the Five-Element associational network. Here is how it works.
“Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable—such as smoking or eating a pound of bacon for breakfast—complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it [...]
Steven Alexander Wright is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and an Oscar-winning film producer. He is known for his distinctly lethargic voice and slow, deadpan delivery of ironic, philosophical, and sometimes nonsensical jokes, non sequiturs, anti-humor, and one-liners with contrived situations. He was ranked as the twenty-third greatest comedian by Comedy Central in a [...]
Straight from the happiness lore Some sayings have been with us so long that their origins are now wholly forgotten. Popular aphorisms such as "It takes 43 muscles to frown and only 17 to smile" claiming that a greater number of facial muscles are needed to produce a frown than to generate a smile are [...]
For the children: If it was true then children awake 12 hours per day would be laughing at least once every 1-2 minutes from sunrise till sunset. For the adults: Studies are limited and inconsistent. One research does suggest that adults laugh an average of 17.5 times per day (Martin RA, Kuiper NA. Daily occurrence [...]