People make the concept of finding happiness more complex than it already is. Most of life’s answers are right there in front of our faces…or in most cases, right there in the palm of our hand or right inside of us. We already are exactly what we want and what we desire to be.
If there is something that you want, you just have to realize that you already have it. I am a huge believer in energy and vibrations. You will only attract what you already are and what you have. If you don’t have something, its because your own energy and vibrations are repelling it. The problem for most people is that they look outside of themselves for happiness, and don’t understand why they cant really obtain it.
You have to be solid in who you are FIRST. If your thoughts are always negative and doubtful, you will attract the very thing that you really don’t want. What your mind dwells on the most, will ultimately become your reality. You don’t push away what you don’t want by thinking about it, you push it away by focusing solely on what you do want. But before you can attract anything positive, you must first be over flowing with positivity on the inside.
Happiness is something you create, contrary to what we have all been taught, you don’t pursue it. You have to be the source of your own happiness, you have to put a smile on your own face, you have to fall in love with yourself and love yourself unconditionally, before anyone else can. Have you ever noticed that people will only love you as much and as deeply as you love yourself? If you’re looking for love because you’re trying to fill a void, you will only run into partners that are just fillers…people who aren’t wholesome for you but they’re just there to fill the space and time.
The same goes for happiness. If you aren’t truly happy about yourself and where you are in life, nothing else will make you happy, even if you do achieve the things that you desired to accomplish. We find our happiness by being in the present. We find our happiness by looking in the mirror and realizing that “this is me” and realizing that you are here and now for a reason. We find our happiness by realizing that there is nothing outside of us and we are connected to everything and everyone. We find our happiness by realizing that we have that one thing in us that can change the world. Most importantly, we find our happiness when we stop apologizing for who we are, when we realize that we cannot be compared to anyone else in the world because we are exactly what we were meant to be all along.