Mindful Happiness: How to Cultivate Joy Out of Chaos

Mindful Happiness: How to Cultivate Joy Out of Chaos

I feel very happy today.

 

I’m not sure why, though. Chaos swirls around me like the tornado that took Dorothy’s house in The Wizard of Oz. Yes, that’s how I feel. Like Dorothy. Sitting on my bed watching all this craziness spin around me, slightly out of reach but still there. There’s family drama, which we all know and love. Then there’s all the outside stimuli that may not be directly affecting us, but touches us as a collective human unit – poverty, racism, hate speech, political unrest. And, then, there’s the darn squash bugs that keep killing my zucchini. I admit squash bugs aren’t the best example of chaos, but chaos is subjective.

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Mindfulness and the joy of living

Mindfulness and the joy of living

Life was created for the expansion of bliss. This may be hard to believe because most of the time this is not your experience. Your nature is joy and it is the expression and expansion of your nature that is the reason you are here. Enjoying life is to be in alignment with your nature and your purpose.

 

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Hiking and how it supports you and the environment

Hiking and how it supports you and the environment

In many city landscapes today there remain few extensive, connected or biodiverse natural areas. Mostly what remain are islands of nature set among housing developments and manufacturing zones. When hiking trails are created and natural strips re-connect these natural but separated islands, then nature has a greater opportunity to maintain its biodiversity and health.

 

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