The Return Path to Joy, Happiness and Bliss

Simply put, what you do each day has a compound effect on your life, your happiness and outlook.

I’ve always experimented with what provides me with more bliss, joy, confidence and a feeling of accomplishment.

I’ve applied all 9 ‘M-Power’ on this list at various times with various degrees of results. I have even more accountability of making sure I ‘walk the talk’.

  1. Meaning

    • Gratitude
    • Inspirational/Spiritual reading, studying, development
    • Prayer
    • Epic goal
    • Kindness done
    • Ritual/ceremony
    • Handwritten note to someone meaningful to you
    • Love yourself
      • 5-Minute “I love you” exercise in mirror
    • Forgive someone

  2. Movement

    • Yoga
    • Tai Chi
    • Sports
    • Athletics
    • Dancing
    • Stretching
    • Walking

  3. Mix

    • New Experiences
    • Something Scary
    • Something Different
    • Connections
      • Creating a Dinner Party
      • Thoughtful gesture
      • Introducing People Together (professional or personal)
      • Meaningful conversations (i.e. talking on phone with friend and really listening for 30 min. Asking deeper questions, etc.)

  4. Master(y)

    • Saying ‘No’
    • Having a difficult conversation
    • Time for yourself
    • Growth & Learning
      • New language
      • New skill
      • Reading, classes, workshops, etc.
    • New positive habit

  5. Mindfulness

    • Meditate
    • Awareness of language
    • Intention for food, drinking, etc.
    • Stillness
    • Being in the now
    • Flow

  6. Mentor/Mentee

    • Ask for help, favor, assistance
    • Give
    • Volunteer
    • Mentor
    • Teach

  7. Multiply

    • Creating (art, writing, music, photography, scrap book, anything really)
    • Planting seeds (metaphorically or physically)
    • Producing
    • Develop something
    • Brainstorming
    • New Ideas
    • Sexual connection

  8. Momentum

    Dan Sullivan and James Altucher recommends to keep focus on 3 basic things to get momentum.

  9. Magic

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” – Albert Einstein

 

Source: Yanik Silver

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