THE HAPPINESS BLUEPRINT MAGAZINE

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THE HAPPINESS BLUEPRINT MAGAZINE

9.95

LOOK INSIDE AND FIND:

- BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED PRINT-OUT AFFIRMATIONS TO HANG UP AROUND YOUR HOME INCLUDING ORIGINAL ARTWORKS
- RELEVANT AND EASY TO DO PRACTICES
- FIND YOUR NEXT BOOK IN THE RECOMMENDED READINGS
- UNIQUE PHILOSOPHIES AND VALUABLE INFORMATION
- 4 FOUNDATIONS FOR HAPPINESS
- 6 LIFE-LONG BENEFITS

100% of all sales of The Happiness Blueprint go back into The Happiness Compass so we can run events, create programs, support causes and initiate much needed change and transformation.

Learn the tools to be happier, less stressed and more fulfilled. Find more freedom in your life and improve your health, relationships and attitude. 

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Happiness is a skill so why don't we train for it? 

Socrates said an “unexamined life is not worth living,” but many of us spend more time examining minor afflictions than our own lives. Socrates compared living without thinking to practicing pottery without any technical know-how – you certainly wouldn’t expect a great pot to result, so why think that the far more complicated issue of one’s entire life could be undertaken without any deep thought and serious reflection?

When have you asked yourself “why am I doing this?” When have you ever stopped and really analysed what you are doing? Too many people find themselves in a circle, an unhealthy circle, chasing after one thing until it is acquired before immediately setting their sights on their next target. Sometimes we lose sight as to why we started chasing these things in the first place, and we continue to run and the circle just continues. In many ways we are never taught anything different; we run in circles because that is all we know. We continually chase our happiness in the same external things – a partner, a job, money, alcohol, sex, desire and status. 

When you don’t start by deeply examining yourself you could find yourself living a life of merely existing, until something comes along and makes you “happy.” This doesn’t sound like a true, genuine happiness, but sounds more like a “pleasure trap,” and pleasures are wilting moments that come and go. This kind of life makes you a spectator. What you want and need to be is a creator. After all, you are the creator of everything that happens, good or bad, in your life.

How do you become a creator? How do you become happy?