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Find your happiness in 7 steps
What’s your intention for the Happiness challenge? What would you like to get out of it?
The deepest joy in life is knowing that I am doing what I’m meant to be doing.
Let’s explore simcha and life purpose.
The deepest happiness comes from appreciating what we have. The constant cycle of goodness. Simple yet profoundly life changing. Let’s explore – Gila – Gratitude
Inner peace ironically comes with the ability to be present with whatever we are doing. Being able to aim our consciousness to a single point focus. In Judaism we call it kavanna – our intention from kivun which means ‘to aim’. It’s a muscle. Let’s practice.
We all want to feel more love. Love is the source of the deepest joy.
Love is one of the most esoteric, supernatural experiences and has roots in deep kabbalah. When I see others as just like me, it removes the barrier. My center expands, love fills and there is no distinction between me and them. There is Oneness “Echad”
Let’s see more.
Ach means brother. Expanding on this Oneness idea from yesterday, the closer we feel ie family the more joy it brings. A constant connection, an eternal bond that is there no matter what. It’s unconditional. This is family. All of the Jewish people are our family.
This is one of the least known ones! We actually get rina( joy) from din which means accurate judgement. Din refers to the limits and rules in our world that put things in their proper place.
Din is the path of justice, precision or exactitude.
Today we are talking about Chedva – Thrill seeking. We all know and love this one. The adrenaline junkies want chedva! On a spiritual level how does this apply to us? Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. All growth happens on this edge–let’s see how and why.