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Does The Way You Perceive Things Sabotage Your Authentic Happiness?

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Yes indeed they do…

Every time you approach some situation in your life your mind searches for a reference point. If it is a situation that is uncomfortable to you your mind will revert to your beliefs around that subject and put the past experience over the top of this new experience.

The end result is that you sabotage the new situation by coloring it with the same brush strokes you had before. I can guarantee that this will not help you find happiness.

Your mind is the hard drive on your computer where all your information is stored. The problem is you are running a very old system and the new soft ware you are trying to put into your computer is not compatible with this old system.

That's a very frustrating situation to be in. Chances are that in a sort time you will take a trip to your computer shop and upgrade your computer.

That is exactly what you have to do with the thoughts that are driven by your beliefs. Only problem is they don't stock the hard drive upgrade you need in a shop.

Don't despair though because you do have the means to upgrade your own hardware. During these articles you will find some very helpful ways to do that. You will discover that you can become your very own authentic happiness coach and become an expert in "The Art of Happiness".

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Yes indeed they do…

Every time you approach some situation in your life your mind searches for a reference point. If it is a situation that is uncomfortable to you your mind will revert to your beliefs around that subject and put the past experience over the top of this new experience.

The end result is that you sabotage the new situation by coloring it with the same brush strokes you had before. I can guarantee that this will not help you find happiness.

Your mind is the hard drive on your computer where all your information is stored. The problem is you are running a very old system and the new soft ware you are trying to put into your computer is not compatible with this old system.

That's a very frustrating situation to be in. Chances are that in a sort time you will take a trip to your computer shop and upgrade your computer.

That is exactly what you have to do with the thoughts that are driven by your beliefs. Only problem is they don't stock the hard drive upgrade you need in a shop.

Don't despair though because you do have the means to upgrade your own hardware. During these articles you will find some very helpful ways to do that. You will discover that you can become your very own authentic happiness coach and become an expert in "The Art of Happiness".

Here is a table that illustrates what your perceptions and thoughts can do.

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