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Being happy doesn’t mean that everything is perfect. It means you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections.
This list won’t solve all your problems, but it might help put things into perspective.

  • Have an optimistic and Positive outlook on Life
  • Make the best of what resources you have.
  • Always have a cheerful smile on your face.
  • Make others Smile.
  • Crack innocent jokes.
  • Have future goals.
  • Let your motto be one good turn a day.
  • Be contented with what you have, as there are many who are less fortunate.
  • Have Patience about the shortcoming of others as no one is perfect including yourself.
  • Shut off to other peoples weaknesses.
  • Always Try to adopt yourselves equally well in the company of the rich and the poor.
  • Cultivate varied interest.
  • Demonstrate to those around you by your own example the worth of discipline and morals.
  • Give advice only when asked for.
  • Walk daily with like minded people.
  • Don’t sweat the small stuff.
  • Be moderate in everything you do, even eating.
  • Accept mishaps in a Lighthearted way.
  • Be less materialistic.
  • Have plenty of Sleep.

There are times you do or say things you regret that keep us stuck in the past, not allowing us to move forward.
We’re constantly struggling with the past, in so many ways:
  • Mistakes we’ve made that we regret or that make us feel bad about ourselves
  • Anger about something someone did to us
  • Frustration about how things have progressed up until now
  • A wish that things turned out differently
  • Stories about what happened that make us sad, depressed, angry, hurt
  • An argument that we had that keeps spinning around in our heads
  • Something someone just did (a minute ago) that we’re still stuck on
What if we could just let go of things have have happened, and be present with the unfolding moment instead?
What if we could let the past remain in the past, and unburden ourselves?
What is we could see that our holding onto the past is actually hurting us right now … and look at letting go as a loving act of not hurting ourselves anymore?
It can be done, though it isn’t always easy. Here’s the practice I recommend, in four steps.


In the present moment, you have some kind of pain or difficulty: anger, frustration, disappointment, regret, sadness, hurt.
Notice this difficulty, and see that it’s all caused by whatever story you have in your head about what happened (either recently or in the more distant past). You might insist that the difficulty or pain is caused by what happened (not by the story in your head), but what happened isn’t happening right now. It’s gone. The pain is still happening right now, and it’s caused by whatever story you have about the situation.
Note that “story” doesn’t mean “false story.” It also doesn’t mean “true story.” The word “story” in this context doesn’t imply good or bad, false or true, or any other kind of judgment. It’s simply a process that’s happening inside your head:
  • You’re remembering what happened.
  • You have a perspective about what happened, a judgment, a way of seeing it that has you as the injured party.
  • This causes an emotion in you.
So just notice what story you have, without judgment of the story or of yourself. It’s natural to have a story, but just see that it’s there. And see that it’s causing you difficulty, frustration or pain.


Next, you want to turn from the story in your head … to the feeling that’s in your body. This is the physical feeling: it could be tightness in your chest, a hollowness, a shooting pain, an energy that radiates in all directions from your solar plexus, an ache in your heart, or many more variations.
The practice is to turn and face this physical feeling, dropping your attention out of the story your head and into your body.
Stay and face this feeling with courage — we usually try to avoid the feeling.
Stay and explore it with curiosity: what does it feel like? Where is it located? Does it change?
If this becomes unbearable, do it in small doses, in a way that feels manageable for you. It can get intense if the feelings have been intense.
But for most feelings, we see that it is not the end of the world, that we can bear it. In fact, it’s just a bit of unpleasantness, not all-consuming or anything to panic about.
Stay with it and be gentle, friendly, welcoming. Embrace the feeling like you would a good friend. You’re becoming comfortable with discomfort, and it is the path of bravery.


Breathe in your difficulty, and breathe out compassion.
It’s a Tibetan Buddhist practice called Tonglen: breathe in whatever difficult feeling you’re feeling, and breathe out the feeling of relief from that difficulty.
You breathe in not only your own pain, but the pain of others.
For example:
  • If you’re feeling frustration, breathe in all the frustration of the world … then breathe out peace.
  • If you’re feeling sadness, breathe in all the sadness of the world … then breathe out happiness.
  • If you’re feeling regret, breathe in all the regret of the world … then breathe out joy and gratitude.
Do this for a minute or so, imagining all the frustration of those around you coming in with each breath, and then a feeling of peace radiating out to all of those who are frustrated as you breathe out.
You can practice this every day, and it is amazing. Instead of running from your difficult feeling, you’re embracing it, letting yourself absorb it. And you’re doing it for others as well, which gets us out of a self-centered mode and into an other-focused mode.
As you do this, you’re starting to let go of your pain or difficulty.


As you feel that you’ve let go, instead of getting caught up in your story again, turn and see what’s right here, right now.
What do you see?
Can you appreciate all or some of it? Can you be grateful for something in front of you right now?
Why is this step important? Because when we’re stuck on something that happened in the past, we’re not paying attention to right now. We’re not appreciating the moment in front of us. We can’t — our minds are filled up with the past.
So when we start to let go of the past, we have emptied our cups and allowed them to be filled up with the present.
We should then turn to the present and find gratitude for what’s here, instead of worrying about what isn’t.

As we do that, we’ve transformed our struggle into a moment of joy.

We only have one life, yet it’s long enough for us all to make major progress and improvements. Never give up!
In life we all go through pain and tragedy. That’s why it’s important that we feed our mind with positive information, words, stories, quotes and visuals that develop our faith, perseverance and optimism. I personally find visualization works best for me, yet when you incorporate all together, they achieve results faster.
Please enjoy these wonderful, powerful inspirational quotes!
  1. “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” –Thomas Edison
  2. “The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope.” –Barack Obama
  3. “Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams die, Life is a broken-winged bird, That cannot fly.”― Langston Hughes
  4. “We dream to give ourselves hope. To stop dreaming – well, that’s like saying you can never change your fate.”― Amy Tan, The Hundred Secret Senses
  5. “The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely.”― C.G. Jung
  6. “In your own life it’s important to know how spectacular you are.” –Steve Maraboli
  7. “Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are.” –Malcolm S. Forbes
  8. “You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserves your love & affection.” –Buddha
  9. “Love yourself unconditionally, just as you love those closest to you despite their faults.” –Les Brown
  10. “When people believe in themselves they have the first secret of success.” –Norman Vincent Peale
  11. “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear – not absence of fear.”― Mark Twain
  12. “I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”― Nelson Mandela
  13. “Whatever you choose, do it fully—with passion and childlike enthusiasm.”— Dr. Oz
  14. “Showing gratitude is one of the simplest yet most powerful things humans can do for each other.”— Randy Pausch
  15. “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.” –Maya Angelou
  16. “The first step is you have to say that you can.” –Will Smith
  17. “Never regret your past. Accept it as the teacher that it is.” –Robin Sharma
  18. “It takes no more time to see the good side of life than to see the bad.” –Jimmy Buffett
  19. “Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.”  –Helen Keller
  20. “Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.” – Dale Carnegie
  21. “Identity is a prison you can never escape, but the way to redeem your past is not to run from it, but to try to understand it, and use it as a foundation to grow.” –Jay-Z
  22. “In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.” –Bill Cosby
  23. “Don’t compare yourself with anyone in this world…if you do so, you are insulting yourself.” –Bill Gates
  24. “Start where you are. Use what you have.  Do what you can.” –Arthur Ashe
  25. “Success isn’t about how much money you make. It’s about the difference you make in people’s lives.” –Michelle Obama
  26. “We should remember that just as a positive outlook on life can promote good health, so can everyday acts of kindness.” –Hillary Clinton
  27. “The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.” –Alicia Keys
  28. “Accept responsibility for your own life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else.” –Les Brown
  29. “Goals help you channel your energy into action.” –Les Brown
  30. “You can’t base your life on other people’s expectations.” –Stevie Wonder
  31. “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.”   –Plato
  32. “Remember no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” –Eleanor Roosevelt
  33. “When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.” –Helen Keller
  34. “What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise.” – Oscar Wilde
  35. “One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people.He said, “My son, the battle was between 2 “wolves” inside us all. One was Evil. It was anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego. The other was Good. It was joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith.”
  36. The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather: “Which wolf wins?”
  37. The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.”
  38. ― Cherokee Indian
Best Inspirational Quotes

Best Inspirational Quotes

Best Inspirational Quotes

Best Inspirational Quotes


Many people know there’s something special about them but lack a concrete understanding of exactly what it is.
Earth Angels are everywhere and were sent to learn certain things about the human condition and to guide humans on earth. They have been sent back to learn or heal others.
Most Earth Angels know and feel that they are different. They come into our lives at completely random, unexpected moments, specially when we need them the most. They’re here to spread positive vibes, peace, love, and to help guide us on the right path. Earth Angels make a difference on earth by bringing love and light of the higher spiritual realms into physical reality.
Earth Angels are people who walk among us, and whether you’re aware of it or not, you yourself may even be one!
Being an Earth Angel doesn’t mean you are perfect. Earth Angels also make mistakes, experience challenges, and feel disconnected at times.
If you think that perhaps you are an Earth Angel or know somebody who maybe one, yet you are not completely sure, then check out the signs below:
1.You are highly sensitive.
2. You rely mostly on your emotions and intuition.
3. Strangers tend to vent their problems and frustrations to you.
4. You accept others for whoever they are, even those that you can’t tolerate.
5. You seem wise far beyond your years and tend to carry a worldly energy.
6. You may not have stability yet your basic needs always seem to be taken care of.
7. You feel empathetic towards others, and want to help them through their problems.
8. You aren’t so great about managing your own responsibilities, time, or boundaries.
9. You have a grace that inspires people and you can lift peoples energy and spirit without much effort.
10. You may feel a constant struggle to align yourself with the physical world, this may manifest as struggling to deal with boundaries and your ego.
11. You try to align yourself with societal expectations but you have a very hard time doing so, as it leaves you feeling empty.
12. You have an intense and deep personality and not afraid to dig deep within your psyche and the psyche of others to find the truth.
13. Your emotions feel deep and heavy at times and can fluctuate from positive to negative. You also have an understanding of both the light and dark side of emotions.
14. As children, Earth Angels have a tendency to be diagnosed with various cognitive disorders because of their lack of concern for the material world.
15. Earth Angels are those who have a wish to bring peace, light and love to the Earth, humanity and all beings.

The term grounding means connected to the Earth, and it is one that spans numerous different cultures, traditions, and spiritual practices. While it is associated with feelings of balance, connection, centeredness, sinking, being anchored and in the flow, I would like to explore the greater implications of what is happening every time you go outside and relax into nature.

All species upon our planet are shaped by the forces and presence of the Earth and the cosmos, and as such this connection is deeply inherent to a sustainable state of well-being. The Earth, as an organic and inorganic system, is constantly bathing all life on the planet with its highly ordered and coherent electromagnetic field. The natural tendency of an organism is to couple with the Earth’s energy field, and come into a state of mutual cooperation and harmony with its external environment, finding its niche and its place within a system.

What we need to understand is that all systems strive to achieve, return to, or maintain a state of pure coherence. In every single moment, whether one is aware of it or not, we are taking part in a constant process within our universe, coupling with other energy fields and finding some sort of balance within this space. This happens everywhere, with life within an ecosystem, when you sit down in your favorite chair and watch television, when you play with animals, or when you say hello to your neighbor. We are constantly interacting with the energy fields all around us in varying degrees and to varying results.

The more organized or coherent these fields are, the more effectively and efficiently energy can be transferred to both stimulate and enhance the lesser organized of the two. Of utmost important to all life on our planet, the Earth’s field has a normal lower range of ~7.8 Hz, also known as the Schumann Resonance.

This natural rhythm is found in multiple places within the human organism, and it is inherent to functioning at our most efficient, sustainable, and coherent state. The human body cavity resonates at 7.8 Hz. Our Alpha and Theta brain waves both border the frequency of 7.8 Hz. These brain waves are associated with insight, intuition, inspiration, meditation, relaxation, and calmness.

Thus, the Earth resonates with our biological system, bringing us into a state of greater coherence. This enhances our mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing. When grounded, organisms operate more efficiently and harmoniously and can more freely access the Earth’s stabilizing electromagnetic energy to increase vitality, health, wellness and enjoy a prolonged lifespan.

This is ancient knowledge that is expressed in widely different cultures, traditions, and spiritual practices, and it all draws from our connection to the Earth. It is then important to become aware that the dominant Western paradigm in the world at the moment is largely set up to alienate people and hinder this connection to the Earth.

The economic system is set up to keep people inside generating information, in large buildings of stone and metal that disconnect us from the Earth. We surround ourselves with machines and technology that constantly bombard us with electromagnetic radiation, i.e. telephones, computers, televisions, etc. We are sold pieces of insulating plastic or rubber to put onto our feet when we are out in nature, hindering the flow of energy from the Earth up into our physical vessel. Pollution and invasive procedures within the Earth distort the electromagnetic field.

Thankfully, we can cultivate our connection to the Earth and facilitate a more coherent, healthy state of being through the practice of grounding. Below are detailed many different methods that one can utilize to bring the human organism back into harmony with the Earth’s energetic field:


Be out in nature; go to a field, a mountain, a swamp, a river, a stream, a beach, the ocean. Get out of the office, off of the couch. Be in the presence of nature, be in the presence of life.


Enjoy some quality barefoot time. The human species has thrived for thousands of years barefoot, let’s take the time to return to this practice in our daily life.


It’s science; go couple and touch another organism to balance your energy field.


Many people and companies have developed technology that ground you and replenish your body with negative ions. The Earth is the largest electron donor and receiver, and the ideal PH of the human body is alkaline to neutral. Germs, bacteria, parasites, viruses have a positive charge and thrive in an acidic environment. Using grounding electrodes helps increase the electro-negativity of the human organism, making the internal environment more alkaline, which is widely recognized as critical to a healthy immune system. Innovative products for grounding the body in unnatural environments like the Earthing mat, or the Earthing sheet from Earthing.com are practical ways to maintain harmonizing electro-magnetic contact with the earth.


As conscious beings, we can alter and regulate or energy field through our changing emotions, and how we choose to feel. Visualization is an ancient practice that is incredibly effective and can be done in any moment, no matter where you are. Below are a few techniques that are quite effective.


Visualize, see, feel, or simply be aware of the center of the Earth and the free energy that it emits. With your mind and heart, reach down into the core, and pull up a pulsing, twisting chord of energy from the depths of the Earth. Hook this chord onto your root chakra, or sacral chakra as well for women, and feel the immediate connection between you and the Earth as the energy flows through you. You may become aware of a sinking feeling, a tightening and flexing of the perineum and muscles in your groin and butt area. Conversely, you can also flex these muscles and concentrate on sending the chord down into the Earth, as well.

Practice and repeat this process as often as you need. Experiment with different chords of different colors and thicknesses, and experience the incredibly wide variety of sensations that it will instill in you.


Visualize, see, feel or simply be aware of your body, and become a tree. Feel your feet grow roots that sink down into the Earth and anchor you to it. Feel your legs and thighs become wood as well, as the roots that grow up from the ground encircle and entwine themselves around your legs, and continue to spread up your body. Feel the straightening in your spine as you become a trunk, feel the energy rising from the Earth up into your stomach, into your heart, into your head. Feel your arms become branches that grow, stretch, and reach for the sky, drinking in the light of the sun and changing it into energy. Feel your crown open as it fills with light, which then flows down into your roots and into the Earth.


Visualize, see, feel, or simply be aware of your body becoming a mountain, turning into stone. We see only the tips of mountains, their roots run deep into the Earth. Feel your legs and lower body anchoring into the bedrock and stone of the Earth, and the feelings of peace and calmness that come with it.  Become the base of the mountain as it grows upwards and reaches into the sky. Feel your crown as the top of the mountain, where the Earth and sky meet and mingle; the connection of these two opposite spectrums that are in perpetual balance.

We have the ability to regulate and change our state of being. While indeed we are a product of our environments, constantly in the presence of other external forces and influences, we always have a choice as to how we choose to feel and how we respond. We have the choice to change our external and internal environment to come into a state of greater harmony and coherence. I invite you to utilize the information and techniques above to increase your coherence, elevate your vibration, and take your power back to be the change in the universe you wish to see.

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