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Add More Ing to Your Life: A Hip Guide to Happiness by Gabrielle Bernstein

By Gabrielle Bernstein

Discover the thirty-day -ing Equation to sharpen your intuitive senses and turn on untapped inspirations!

Lots of individuals are promoting "happiness" nowadays, yet in her hip self-transformation booklet, Add extra -ing for your Life, motivational speaker and existence trainer Gabrielle Bernstein actually indicates you the way to make happiness a lifestyle through getting access to your -ing—your internal Guide.

In her thirty-day -ing Equation, Gabrielle will provide help to bulldoze unfavorable inspiration styles and create own swap via optimistic affirmations, actual task, and visualization meditations.

Get ready to alter your existence by means of gaining access to a kingdom of "flow" that will help you connect to your -ing. You'll liberate your negativity and select happiness!

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The same is true for your partner. You should have a chance to observe him when he sleeps. Look deeply, and see the tenderness that is revealed, the suffering, the hope, and the despair that can be expressed during sleep. Sit there for fifteen minutes or half an hour and just look. Understanding and compassion will arise in you, and you will know how to be there for your partner. LEARNING LOVE If our parents didn’t love and understand each other, how are we to know what love looks like? There aren’t courses or classes in love.

This in itself can relieve so much suffering. LOVE AS AN OFFERING To love is not to possess the other person or to consume all their attention and love. To love is to offer the other person joy and a balm for their suffering. This capacity is what we have to learn to cultivate. THE GREATEST GIFT One of the greatest gifts we can offer people is to embody nonattachment and nonfear. This is a true teaching, more precious than money or material resources. Many of us are very afraid, and this fear distorts our lives and makes us unhappy.

Many people have used them in weddings and commitment ceremonies, and some couples like to say them to each other weekly. If you have a bell, you can invite it to sound after you recite each verse. Then breathe in and out a few times in silence before going on to the next verse. 1. We are aware that all generations of our ancestors and all future generations are present in us. 2. We are aware of the expectations that our ancestors, our children, and their children have of us. 3. We are aware that our joy, peace, freedom, and harmony are the joy, peace, freedom, and harmony of our ancestors, our children, and their children.

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