Living a Loving, Joyous Life
What gives you joy?
Make a list of the things that give you joy. Narrow that list down to what brings you the MOST joy so we can get the most bang for our buck.
Making joy part of your daily life
From the list of things that give you the most joy, choose an item or two that you can incorporate into your daily life and some things you can do on a weekly basis.
Make a list or set a reminder to do those things until it becomes a habit. When you fill your days with things that give you joy you’re taking a big step toward living a joyous, loving life.
Getting rid of the baggage and cleaning out the cobwebs
Another step that is essential to living a joyous, loving life is resolving unresolved emotional issues. Do you remember the most embarrassing thing that happened to you in high school? If that memory serves you at all it’s probably not serving your highest good. Learn to let it go. There are many methods: 1) The Holosync® Meditation Program helps you resolve unresolved emotional issues. You just listen to the meditation CD then sit for 5 minutes after it’s done playing. That’s when the unresolved emotional issues melt away. And, unlike many types of therapy, you don’t even have to relive them as they go. 2) Be the witness of your thoughts and actions and be aware of yourself as “the silent watcher”. Read Eckhart Tolle’s books, The Power of Now, Practicing the Power of Now (the abridged version of The Power of Now) and A New Earth. 3) Be in the NOW. 4) Learn to climb the emotional ladder with Ask and It Is Given. 5) Get “clear” with Sacred Commerce: Business as a Path of Awakening. Basically, find what works for you and do that.
Nourishing your spirit
There are many things we can do to nourish our spirit. Here are some that have worked for me and might work for you: 1) Finding your spiritual path, your unique approach to developing your relationship with the Divine. 2) Participate in Event Temples -where you’ll need to use the Neutral Heart Technique.
Be in the NOW
There are many tools to keep you in the NOW. 1) Being “the silent witness” of your thoughts and behaviors. 2) Feel the Inner-Body. 3) Being cleared of whatever’s on your mind that’s keeping you from being present in the Now.
Always strive to be a better person
Be the grandest version of the greatest vision you have about yourself and life. It’s talked about in more than one of Neale Donald Walsch‘s books.
Have balance in body, mind and spirit…
Whatever it takes
Practice the 6 Heart Virtues
When-Which-How Practice Guide
Have loving relationships
As Eckhart Tolle says, relationships aren’t meant to make you happy but you can use them to achieve enlightenment. Taking this approach to all your relationships will remove any expectation that the person will make you happy and will free you to just enjoy the person. You’ll be grateful when conflicts arise because, as Tolle says, what was hidden is now being brought up to the light and you can use that opportunity to clear them. Living from the Heart will definitely help you in this practice along with Tolle’s techniques of being “the silent watcher” and being in the NOW.
Once you’ve cleared the way, joy and love become a normal part of your day. My days are quite blissful when I’m doing these things on a daily basis: resolving unresolved emotional issues with Holosync®, practicing the 6 heart virtues, using my relationship with my husband as part of my spiritual practice, remembering to be in the now and participating in the Event Temples.
Find what works to bring you joy, the joy of Being (as Eckhart Tolle says).