I love the random acts of kindness challenge. The idea is to inspire people to make a life-long commitment to service and kindness. The event challenges participants to complete a checklist of a set amount of acts of kindness in one week, including such things as holding the door for someone, helping a friend, [...]
You can begin to create your own biography of joy by thinking back to when you were a small child. How did joy feel in your body? Are you someone who tended to giggle or sing when you felt joyful?
Happiness is a trendy word and that's wonderful, but what does it really mean? Being able to answer this question with accuracy is important, because to understand the causes and effects of happiness, you first need to be able to define it. Happiness, then, is commonly defined as the state of being happy, and often [...]
The oath of laughter was one of the most shared posts in 2017 in LOU Facebook Group. It was submitted by Traci Nickerson. I (your name), VOW to laugh at the small things in life. I (your name), VOW to take the time to look for giggles. I (your name), VOW to connect daily with my inner [...]
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.
Here is how to facilitate a group laughter meditation (a.k.a. free laughter exercises.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMtSLalTMqE A. Sit down and relax If you were previously standing up, it is now time to sit down. You can sit on a chair or directly on the floor, whichever is most comfortable for you. Sit comfortably in an inward facing [...]
Tightness of any kind will limit your ability to laugh. Here is short (5 minutes) warmup routine that was created by Jeffrey Briar with input from Kathryn Burns and Ruthe Gluckson, all from the Laguna Beach Laughter Club. Try it out: It won't make you laugh in itself but it will prepare your body for it! [...]
The exercise in this video may appear insensitive or even disrespectful to some, but it most definitely isn't. Here is how it works: Recall an unpleasant event that recently happened to you. While telling the story (keep it short) conclude each sentence with "ha ha ha", or "ho ho ho", or "tee hee hee". You [...]