A simple, yet potent secret to being happy.
Our minds are filled with negative messages, some conscious, some unconscious. Eckhart reveals what to do about them.
As miserable and demoralizing as it may be, our unhappiness does serve one useful purpose: it motivates us to change ourselves, ideally, hopefully, in a positive and evolutionary direction.
Or rather, don't seek happiness. And don't pretend to be happy when you are not. Very often happiness is a role people play. If we want to be happy, we need to acknowledge the unhappiness that's in us.
Happiness is often a role people play in public to mask the pain that they are really feeling. It's important to remember that the main cause of unhappiness is never a specific situation but the thoughts about and behind that situation.
Not all unhappiness comes from the pain-body. It arises also from living outside of the present moment, out of alignment with the Now.
Learn how Eckhart Tolle found his inner peace and what you can do to find yours with these simple keys to inner peace.