The Ultimate Guide To Lead Life Happily

We all want our life to be happy, but only few us able to lead a life happily. According to George Ohsawa, the person who discovered the macrobiotic way of life, we have seven stages of judgement or thinking ability. The first stage is the subconscious mind. This is the consciousness of the autonomic nervous system, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.

The second stage of thinking is sensorial, that is, judgements make using the sense of organs that distinguish colour, shape, distance, sound, smell, taste, and touch. This stage of nerve function is instaneous and spontaneous and does not require the consciousness of higher brain function. At this stage, there is no time for thinking exists in even the simplest creatures such as insects, fish, and snails. However, this stage of judgement also exists in more complex creatures such as mammals, including humans. In humans, however, those sensorial reflections are slower and less sharp than those of simple creatures since humans with their higher brain functions are always thinking.

However, some humans do not use their higher brain functions to think, but use them only for sensorial reflection. They behave with emotion, but not with reason. Their goals in life focus on nice clothes, better cars, better houses, tasty foods, better sex, and other conveniences and comforts.

Often, at the end of these pleasure are financial difficulties, sickness, arguments, anger, resentment, and jealousy. Since those people live according to reflex senses, they cannot overcome or change difficulties in their life. In order to change difficulties to happiness, we need endurance, which requires, they are desperate, disappointed, and unhappy. So the first condition of character to be able to live a happy life is endurance.

Someone who has no endurance cannot overcome difficulties. To overcome difficulties on has to try hard, especially after failing a few times, and never give up, to be able to transform unhappiness to happiness.

If you want to be happy, don't try to be perfect or always first. This desire, taken to an extreme, can create enormous stress in your life and can lead to arrogance. This stress and arrogance can create an emotional quick-stand that will rob you of good quality energy and will sap your endurance.

Do only what you really want to do. Quit your job if you don't like it and find something else to do. Don't stay in an unhappy place. However, those who have developed a high sense of endurance always manage to rise up above the situations and we always in control. Life goals pursed for mundane reasons like money, power or status are likely to make you unhappy.

Find your purpose and create meaning in your life. Creating meaning in life means you want to leave something to the coming generations of human beings. This creates biological and social  happiness and gives you a guide for your activities.

Accept difficulties and/ or bad luck as a challenge in life and try to change those difficulties to joy and happiness.


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