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Magic Sparkles of Happiness ~ I Am Bless And Bless Is Me

By Elena D. Calin

This article contains fragments from the book Magic Sparkles of Happiness, Chapter 3 ~ I Am Bless And Bless Is Me

“Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning." – Mahatma Gandhi

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I am joy and joy is me.

I am bless and bless is me. I am love and love is me. I am abundance and abundance is me. I am prosperity and prosperity is me. I am happiness and happiness is me. I am strong and strong is me. I am powerful and powerful is me. I am success and success is me. I am beauty and beauty is me. I am peace and peace is me.

I am inspiration and inspiration is me.

I am thankfulness and thankfulness is me. I am freedom and freedom is me. I am vitality and vitality is me. I am perfection and perfection is me. I am gorgeous and gorgeous is me. I am ready and ready is me. I am kindness and kindness is me. I am self-respect and self-respect is me.

When we could be only happiness, then we will feel only happiness.

We would receive only happiness since only happiness we would recognize. We would attract only happiness. Only happiness would stick to us. We would be a form that holds only happiness. To all other feelings we would just remain immune.

We would give only happiness to others. We could not give anything else. We could not give nothing since all the time we would give happiness. We could not stop ourselves from not giving happiness to all the people, no matter their age, language, skin color, social status, disabilities, abilities, level of studies, thinking. Because we would be only Happiness.

A man said to the Buddha, “I want Happiness."

Buddha said, first remove “I", that’s ego,

then remove “want", that’s desire.

See now you are left with only Happiness.

Let’s think empowering thoughts…

… and fill ourselves with happiness so that we overflow with happiness at least three times a day. We give happiness to others when we overflow from within ourselves with happiness. That means we would feel, in almost every corner of our inner self, the feeling of happiness, and then more. More means that we multiply our happiness.

We multiply our happiness when we feel grateful while we feel the feeling of happiness. Therefore to overflow with happiness we need a simple reason for being happy and practice gratitude simultaneous. When you overflow with happiness, you are happiness and happiness is you.

The same process applies to everything else. To overflow with love, first you start practicing feeling the love and then you multiply that feeling by being grateful. When you overflow with love, you are Love and Love is you. A little secret to help you start practicing Love is: start practicing kindness, then loving-kindness, then you pass to feeling the Love.

Albert Einstein said: “Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them."

I believe that the awareness of a certain word makes you feel that word.

Therefore, when you are aware of a problem, first transform your level of awareness and then, try to solve that awareness. Most of the time, when you have an emotional struggle, the main reason is because you are focusing too much on a certain negative word.

For the moment, you find yourself located at the level of awareness of that negative word. The solution is to develop your awareness for the positive word, which is the opposite of the negative word.

The transition can be made with the below Step 2, where you are negating the positive world, you are saying not together with the positive word. Therefore you can jump through levels that take you to the positive feeling represented by the positive word, when you start from the negative feeling represented by the negative word, by taking the following simple steps:

Step 1) Name a single word for your negative emotion.

This is the easiest part because you are complaining about it in your mind, so you know what you are struggling with. For example name it like: sad, angry, mad, complaining. Then acknowledge it saying: “I am sad. I feel sad."

But, don’t stay too much in this state of awareness. Take the next step 2.

Step 2) Replace the negative word with two words, composed of not and the opposite of the negative word.

For sad we have happy, therefore you will have not happy. Spend some time by focusing on these words. You can repeat to yourself: “I am not happy. I don`t feel happy."

Then, think at the information stored in your mind related to what not happy means to you. In this stage, you will see that your brain will come with a list of happy things that you lack in the moment. This is precisely what you need. You can write it down and look at your treasure.

The list is a treasure because now you have a list with things that make you happy and you can start doing them and start being happy. But before going through the list, make step 3 also.

Step 3) Start repeating in your mind only the positive word, without not.

In our example you can say the word happy. You can also say happiness. Say in your mind the words at least 35 times, and then increase the reinforcement to 40, 60, 100, 200, 400, 1000 times until it makes sense to you, until your brain starts to reflect and focus on these words.

To make it easier and more powerful, write it down on a piece of paper. You can write the word happiness as many times as you need, until you feel the awareness of the word. Write it with big letters (this always has the biggest impact) and even in different colors.

I strongly believe that not what we say to ourselves troubles us so much, but what we don’t say to ourselves is troubling us, especially when we need to hear certain words in our consciousness. Most of the time we all search the feeling of relief, and in this way you can offer to yourself some self-relief.

If you do not know and really understand what a positive word stands for…

… then look it up in the dictionary, research it on internet and read articles and books about that word (there are many books about loving-kindness, acceptance, gratitude, equanimity, warm-heartedness, self-love, relief, abundance, peace of mind, mindfulness, confidence, happiness).

If you do not know positive words then put positive words in google and click on the first list that comes in your search. It is the list of positive words that I’ve created and published on Positive Words Research, the website that I founded at the beginning of 2013. Inspire yourself from this list whenever you feel you need a positive word.

The direct link of this list of positive words is:

http://PositiveWordsResearch.com/List-of-Positive-Words

A sentence is an accumulation of words.

When we grow up we need to take the responsibility of being our own teachers. And when a positive word weakens in our mind, we need to give ourselves the task to reinforce that word.

Except writing the word, a more powerful way to reinforce the word “happiness" in your mind is for you to start researching on the word happiness. Read in a dictionary what it means.

Increase your awareness by reading articles on the Internet about the word happiness. Read books about happiness. There are a lot these days. Find and learn all the positive words that are connected to the word happiness. There are so unbelievably many related words to happiness.

“Well, you know, a lot of people look at the negative things, the things that they did wrong and – which I do. But I like to stress on the things I did right, because there are certain things that I like to look at from a positive standpoint that are just positive reinforcement." – Tiger Woods

Homework 3:

I will again give you another homework which is to build your own personalized happy moment:

Make your own blessings replacing the sparkles with your own words:

I AM * * * * * AND * * * * * IS ME

“It takes a long time to become young" – Pablo Picasso

Author’s word

This book contains positive affirmations that make you feel happy. I recommend you to read throughout the chapters, taking each sentence, one by one. The sentences are arranged in a certain serene flow but can also be read separately.

The writing of this book has begun with my daily writings. I had some blissful, full of love, mesmerizing days when I just felt that I want to connect my own being with positive, high and strong words. Then connect myself with everything around me, connect my consciousness with the reality outside me. In this state I began to write this book.

Books by the same author:
Hortensio and the Magic Stories
Leader versus Manager

 

 

10 Beautiful Positive Words That Will Bright Your Day

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Everyone wants their day to be bright. But the truth is you cannot start your day with negativity and expect positivity at the end.

There is a common saying that “a merry heart doeth good like medicine" In fact sometimes, all you need is to fine-tune your mind with positive words to feel better and have a bright day.

However, if you are ready for change, then say these words consistently to yourself and also imbibe them in your heart.

  1. Love

Love is a beautiful word that heals. It will make you forget about hurtful past and concentrate on building something great. Love yourself completely. Remember if you don’t love yourself, then it will be difficult for others to love you and also for you to appreciate love when given.

Love heals! It sees everything as perfect even when they are not. You’ll have a very bright day when the only thing that crosses your mind is love for yourself and others. In fact, the world would be a peaceful place if only everyone understands the importance of love.

  1. Beauty

The word “beauty" carries with it some great amount energy. You will feel beautiful on the inside and outside using this word on yourself every day. It will make you bold and confident about your body and the things you do. You’ll feel extremely proud of yourself and what other people say about you won’t have any effect on you. And even though you lack some features, you still feel good about yourself.

  1. Joyfulness

The word “joyfulness" is one of those that can brighten your day and also affect other people around. Of course, you cannot be in a good mood and expect others to mourn. Always be joyful. See everything working in your favor even when they aren’t.

Light eliminates darkness. And no matter the darkness of the darkest night, it does not prevent light from shining bright. Be cheerful and the people around you would follow suit. “A warm smile is the universal language of kindness" William Arthur

  1. Progress

Compliment yourself for every little progress you make. Do not compare yourself to others. Life is not a competition, so whatever success you achieve is worth celebrating. See yourself progressing in everything you do, whether the outcome is good or bad. “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” Frederick Douglass

  1. Safe

Don’t think of harm coming your way. Tell yourself you are safe from all evil. Do not also conceive evil thoughts against other people. Let your heart be free and do not think of harming others. “While we may not be able to control all that happens to us, we can control what happens inside us.” Benjamin Franklin

  1. Hope

You need to have hope and believe everything will work out fine. Always be positive no matter how things are going.”Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” Theodore Roosevelt

  1. Successful

Think positive in everything you do. See yourself succeeding even though achieving success in that endeavor is challenging. Remember a dog cannot give birth to a goat. It is most likely for success to come your way when you conceive it. “Optimism is a happiness magnet. If you stay positive, good things and good people will be drawn to you.” Mary Lou Retton

  1. Healthy

Don’t just think but say that you are healthy and act it. Feel grateful that you are healthy and always be optimistic. “It is health that is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver." Mahatma Gandhi

  1. Comfortable

Being contented will help eliminate stress. It will also prevent you from worrying too much. Be comfortable with your status and even though you make progress, see it as a step forward. I am content; that is a blessing greater than riches; and he to whom that is given need ask no more." Henry Fielding

  1. Laugh

Do things that will make you laugh! Move with people who will also make you laugh. A simple laughter can brighten your day. It can take away stress, pain, and worries. “At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities" Jean Houston

 

These are 10 positive words that will put you on the right track to enable you to make the most out of life. Words are powerful. They also play a vital role in reshaping our lives. Don’t just read the words in this post but put them into action.

Author’s Bio

Betsy Randall is a researcher in social and philosophy fields at Termpapereasy.com. She has a master degree in Eastern Philosophy that is also her hobby. She does volunteering activity at schools and orphanage houses in Florida.

 

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Positive Words to Boost Your Child’s Self-Esteem

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Self-esteem reflects one’s belief and attitude towards one’s own worth. It heavily influences choices, decisions and motivation to take care of self and explore full potential.

Development of positive and healthy self-esteem is crucial to the happiness and success of children and teenagers. Kids with high self-esteem are more probable to persistently strive for the accomplishment of their objectives and ambitions.

Those who have lower self-confidence do not consider themselves capable of achieving the goals; let important things slide and tend to be less persistent and stubborn to faceoff hardship.
They may have same goals as children with higher self-esteem but they are less stirred to pursue them to the upshot.

Parents and teachers can play a major role in boosting a child’s self-esteem.

The powerful words you say to your children, either positive or negative, stay with them for the rest of their lives. So, make sure you provide them with only positive and encouraging words to make them feel loved, competent and productive.

We have rounded up here the positive words to raise your child’s confidence and help build a positive self-image.

  • I am proud of you for giving such a great idea.
  • Thumbs Up!
  • You are doing very well.
  • That’s the best thing I have ever experienced.
  • You have done a marvelous job.
  • I’m getting excited to see what you do.
  • I knew you could do it.
  • You have worked very hard on that.
  • You speak how you feel and this is really good.
  • Thank you for putting a smile on my face.
  • You stayed so relax in that problem. I’m impressed!
  • I love hearing from you.
  • You are my hero.
  • You have solved my biggest problem. Thank You so much!
  • I always enjoy your company.
  • You are brilliant.
  • I have found you very creative.
  • Nothing can stop you from success.
  • You have figured out the solution quickly.
  • I am impressed the way you handled that.
  • You know just what to do.
  • Great! You finally did it.
  • You are a fantastic problem solver.
  • I know that was hard for you but you did it very well.
  • You are learning.
  • Failure is an opportunity to start again more wisely.
  • Amazing! How did you do that?
  • You have a sharp memory.
  • I trust you.
  • I will protect you from all around you.
  • My world is beautiful with you in it.
  • Believe you can and you are almost there.
  • It seems impossible until it is done.
  • You are brave.
  • I miss you when we are apart.
  • I feel protected with you.
  • You have a great sense of humor.
  • I know you are capable.
  • You deserve to be treated well.
  • Your choice matters.
  • Your opinions/ideas are worthy.
  • It’s fun to do things with you.
  • Your words are powerful.
  • You are my best friend.
  • You are a soft-hearted person and that’s what makes you valuable.
  • I’m grateful to have you in my life.
  • You do not need to be what others want you to be.
  • You have options.
  • You can disagree with someone you respect.
  • You never quit and this is what would make you succeed.
  • I love you.
  • You are important to me.
  • You are beautiful the way you are.
  • You have made me think about the things differently.
  • Thank you for being so helpful.

Hope, these words would help you keep your children motivated, confident and optimistic.

Practice providing your kids with positive words throughout each day. These will also help you develop a strong parent/child relationship.

Author:

Addison is journalist, social media expert and blogger. He is passionate technology writer and contributes towards mobile security, spy software for android, kids monitoring and teen issues. To know more about him follow twitter@addisonalbert55

 

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Five Words to Define Travel

 

I love traveling, and I love languages, so imagine my excitement when I came across a treasure trove of the trip words that describe how we feel before, during, and after we travel.

These five words for travel will define your feeling for traveling.

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Just like a photo can’t adequately catch what it feels like to stand on the edge of a fjord, neither can ‘wanderlust’ fully reveal how we feel when we desire our next venture. These travel words are literary treasures which have been selected from languages around the world. From Japanese to Swedish, Latin to Greek, travel brochures of the future will be peppered with travel words like of resfeber, Solivagant, and Sehnsucht.

Without further ado, here are five words for travel to add to your vocabulary.

 

  1. Resfeber (n.)

Pronounced: RACE-fay-ber

Origin: Swedish

Meaning: This travel word belongs to the restless race of the traveler’s spirit before the adventure starts when anxiety and joy are tangled together.

We’ve all felt this, the jump in your heart moment when you officially purchase your plane tickets. When the excitement and fear flood to your soul all at once, creating a healthy mixture of passions that can leave you feeling anxious or physically ill.

 

  1. Solivagant (adj.)

Pronunciation: sO-li-‘vA-gant

Origin: Latin

Meaning: Wandering alone.

Not all those who roam are lost, but all those who walk alone are solivagant. From the Latin word solivagus, meaning lonely or solitary, solivagant describes anyone who enjoys meandering around new countries, apart, to take it all in.

 

  1. Sehnsucht (n.)

Pronunciation: zeɪnˌzʊxt

Origin: German

Meaning: A nostalgic longing and desire in the soul for voyages past and eternity.

One author explained it as the “inconsolable longing in the personal heart for we know not what." Another related it to “a longing for a far-off country, but not one which we could identify."

When you’re not traveling this can be a powerful feeling, or when you think about the journey you’ve done, and you crave you could relive it all over again.

 

  1. Dérive (n)

Pronunciation: de.ʁiv

Origin: French

Meaning: An impulsive and unplanned journey where the traveler leaves their life behind, allows themselves to be guided by the landscape and architecture.

Elucidated as “drift," dérive is the notion that even if you drift, you will end up on the best path. This could explain life in general, but it also reveals small journeys. When you’re wandering through a new city, and you just happen to walk on a path that takes you to great discoveries.

 

  1. Schwellenangst (n.)

Pronunciation: ‘shwel-en-ahngst

Origin: German

Meaning: Fear of crossing a threshold to embark on something new.

From schwelle (“threshold") and angst (“anxiety"), this word explains that feeling you get before deciding to set out on a new journey. Argh! Did I make the right decision?

Up to you!

 

Which travel words do you relate to the most? What others would you add?

Let me know using the comments section below.

Thanks for the read and I believe you enjoyed this post.

 

Author’s Bio

Buddy is a travel writer and the founder/main editor of http://mysticalroads.com . His passion for travel inspires him to seek new places, new adventures and sharing his travel experience to everyone. You can visit his website and also follow him on Twitter and Facebook

 

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Beautiful Words That Express Unusual Feelings

Beautiful words that express unusual feelings are explained in the list below.

Beautiful words that express unusual feelings

 

Farouche

Pronounced ‘faroosh’, it’s an adjective of French origin. It means ‘sullen or shy in the company of others’. Though it’s something we all have to go through at some point of time, a farouche person isn’t comfortable opening up to people quickly.

For example: Though he is a farouche guy, he is a completely different person with animals.

 

Nonplussed

Pronounced ‘nonplust’, it’s an adjective of Latin origin. It means ‘surprised and confused and not knowing how to react’. We go through this when we receive news that we hadn’t expected in our wildest dreams.

For example: She was totally nonplussed when she came to know that she had got the scholarship.

 

Gushy

It’s an adjective that means ‘expressing approval in a very enthusiastic way’. Aren’t we all gushy when we know that we have landed our dreams?

For example: She was all gushy when he stood beaming in front of her with a ring.

 

Vicarious

It’s an adjective of Latin origin that means ‘experienced in the imagination, through the feelings or actions of another person’. This would be common occurrence for an avid book or movie lover.

For example: You think I don’t know how it feels to lose a loved one? What do you think I felt when Katniss lost Prim?

 

Idée fixe

It’s a noun of French origin that’s pronounced ‘ee-day feeks’. It means ‘an idea that dominates someone’s mind; an obsession’. This is very unusual and more serious than just an earworm.

For example: Schizophrenics have peculiar idée fixes that makes them suspicious of everything.

 

Quiescent

Pronounced ‘kwi-ess-uhnt’, it’s an adjective of Latin origin. It means ‘a state or period of inactivity’. We all need a quiescent break from our busy lifestyle every once in a while, don’t we?

For example: The winter was a quiescent affair compared to the hustle and bustle of summer.

 

Louche

It’s an adjective of French origin that’s pronounced ‘loosh’. It means ‘having a bad reputation but still attractive’. It’s a human tendency. After all, Eve chose the apple.

For example: Most teen girls have an infatuation for a louche celebrity.

 

Jejune

Pronounced ‘jijoon’, it’s an adjective of Latin origin. It means ‘naïve and simplistic’. We always have this one person in our class or office who is jejune, right?

For example: Every mother’s instinct is to think that her child is too jejune to be let out in the world.

 

Author Bio

Sandra is a budding blogger and writer who is fascinated by what words can do. She is passionate about helping out people and reaching them with her words.

 

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