What is happiness? According to Merriam-Webster, happiness is a state of well-being and contentment. This pursuit is also one part of our unalienable Rights from the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence. It must be important.
My question is: how many of us truly experience happiness? And how do we know? When I was young, I loved horses. I loved to ride them, groom them, feed them, clean tack, and yes, even clean out stalls. Any chance I had to stay longer at the barn, I felt happy. I was not concerned with the time or the weather or what else was happening.
Being who we are and doing what we love are ways we experience happiness. In other words: we play. Sometimes as adults we get caught up in the responsibility and the perception and the have to’s and the must’s and the should’s that we forget to pursue our own happiness. We also believe that happiness comes from something or someone outside of ourself, such as validation.
Conscious Language finds your limiting belief patterns and allows you to remember the art of play once again. You will remember who you truly are and you will remember how to be. The art of play is a gift, no matter your age.
Remember the art of play! Join me for a Conscious Language workshop to identify your limiting word and belief patterns.