Personal development Consulting
Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony
The alignment of what I am thinking with what I say and do seems simple enough; however, for most people this endeavor proves to be quite challenging and yet, ultimately, yields the secret to a happy life. Feeling down, discouraged and apathetic has a direct correlation with being out of alignment in our purist pursuits of thinking, saying and doing. For an example, when there are secrets, omissions or distortions in our communication with self or others we feel an immediate sense of discomfort on multiple levels: mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Interestingly, due to our desensitization to the noted misalignment we identify our discomfort as “normal” or “alien” to the wholeness of our being as if something outside of our self has produced such discord. As a result, we may act out behaviorally via eating, negativity, anxiety, drugs, alcohol, destructive relationship, etc. to accommodate for the inner feels of confusion resulting in more discomfort. This can be an endless repetitious cycle of self-destructive behaviors and attitudes and is tragic in terms of our overall ability to live purposely and in peace. Our willingness to live in alignment not only provides comfort to our self but to all those around us. Happiness is the tenacious practice of alignment in our thoughts, words and actions no matter what the perceived cost.
The sane person always cares more for Truth then consistency. If he sees two truths that seem to contradict each other he accepts both truths and the contradiction along with them. His intellectual sight is stereoscopic like his physical site: he sees 2 different pictures at once and yet sees all the better for that…