WHAT IS HAPPINESS? AND WHAT IS HAPPINESS THERAPY?
WHAT IS HAPPINESS? AND WHAT IS HAPPINESS THERAPY? Your first and most reliable guide to happiness is your body. The body is designed to support the mind, and working together they create the state known as happiness.
THE FIRST KEY HAPPINESS IS ‘BE AWARE OF YOUR BODY’
- Your first and most reliable guide to happiness is your body.
- The body is designed to support the mind, and working together they create the state known as happiness.
- If your body sends back a signal of physical or emotional distress, reconsider the action.
- If your body sends a signal of comfort and eagerness, proceed.
- Together, mind and body form a single field. It is artificial to separate them as we usually do.
- Every experience has a physical component.
- If you’re hungry, the mind and stomach are hungry together.
- If you have an incredible spiritual experience, your heart and liver cells share in it.
- You cannot have a single thought, sensation, or feeling without your body responding.
- The first key to happiness tells us that by being aware of your body, you are connecting to the underlying field of infinite possibilities.
- Awareness has tremendous power. It tunes into every cell. It regulates the body’s countless interactions.
- Every good thing in life saturates your whole being.
- Unhappiness is a form of feedback.
- Awareness has become disconnected. You may have heard the saying “The issues are in the tissues.”
WHAT IS HAPPINESS? THE FIRST KEY HAPPINESS IS ‘BE AWARE OF YOUR BODY’
WHAT IS HAPPINESS THERAPY?
- Mr. Jain said: “Happiness Therapy involving medical staff and patients in group dance will help in better healing, speedy recovery, increased harmony and bonding between the staff and patients.” He added that the therapy will include dance, music, songs, meditation, yoga and laughter under proper supervision. “In G.T.B Hospital, this concept has been introduced to make it the friendliest hospital under the government. The hospital chose to utilize the music and dance therapy for simplicity and ease of connectivity with patients willfully participating [as best as they can] and also for those spectating,” the release stated. Further, guidelines are being developed to ensure no harm is done to recuperating patients. The patient and their attendants have appreciated this initiative.