Happiness is a skill that can be learned. You can learn the steps you need to acquire it, you can cultivate it, you can take all the benefits. All that you need is practice and determinations. It is NOT something that happens without a reason. And above all IT IS under your control.
The human brain can be trained to become happier, more compassionate, more productive at work, more focused. Just a daily workout as going to the gym but in this case we are training the brain, we are changing the habits.

Train our mind should be as important as training our body

Richard J. Davidson, professor of psychology and psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has shown in his experiments and research on the well-being that it takes only 30 minutes to change your thought patterns, rather those actions we do automatically and are not always good habits.
As always supported: a bit ‘of meditation a day can change the way we think and perceive the world around us. We think of the transcendental meditation, with which in just 30 minutes a day sitting in the chair with closed eyes we can get striking results.

Why don’t we do it then? Laziness and Comfort zone are two enemies to the improvement, as the cat and the fox.

If we did we would be able to keep the emotions, so important in the private and professional life, positive. These are extremely useful in negative work environments, chronically negative ones, not only in times of peak workload that inevitably occur within a company. As told by the Buddhist Monk Matthieu Richard “happiness is the ability to enjoy good moments for most of the time but also the ability to deal with the bad in order to have the best life experience as possible.”

I suggest you look, relaxed on the subway seat or wherever you are, this extremely compassionate video.

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