Happiness is really interesting. Because it seems like nobody can obtain it for too long because of the laws of polarity.
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That's why I suggest the hundred. Be willing to fail a hundred times. Because the point of that is not that it's going to take a hundred times every time, but to get the timeframe out of your mind.
And I want to separate the term contentment here, similar to the word love. That there is a love emotion, but the unconditional love is a feeling. And love may be the only feeling
Seems like traveling or at least putting yourself in a situation where everything's new is really a good place for maybe some personal reflection or even some self-growth, like fast paced self-growth, right?
And so in that instance, going back to your example around waste, the person who exemplifies it is being helpful because they are making a change, even though it's a small impact, but that vibration, if you hold it long enough, is going to extend and rub off on the people around you, as you're the example.
I feel like most people would say, if you ask them, what is the point of life? What is the point of living? What are we supposed to do here? And most people say 'to be happy'. But what does that actually mean?
There's this thing with codependency in relationships. That term is still seen, I feel like, pretty negatively, and it doesn't have to be seen negatively because some people are designed to be more codependent than others.
Are beliefs part of somebody who is striving to be their authentic self, or are they the antithesis of that?
We're all carrying a certain frequency that we're emitting, multiple frequencies, and these frequencies are affected by our thoughts, by our moods, by our emotions.