Happyness is a Decision

A Happy Person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.

True Happiness is Constant, not transient.

True Happiness is Strong, not weak.

True Happiness is Faithful, not leave you.

True Happiness is a Potential, always within you!

Himalayas 2017 – An Experience of a Life Time

Trekking is a Cleansing Therapy for the Body, Mind & Soul

Himalayas…

This ONE word brings goosebumps onto me.

The majesty, beauty and mystery around the Himalayas always attract me to travel there every year.

My whole life changed when I went to the Himalayas and took bath in an Ice-Cold Freezing Lake 14000 Ft high in Hemkund, Himalayas.

This happyness retreat journey helped me to heal my Karmas by dissolving them in the pure air and water in the Himalayas and being truly blessed for higher success, happiness, health and wealth.

Now, I have taken this as a mission to heal 1000 people in next 5 years!

As a part of my mission, this year(2017) I organized this happyness retreat one more time to the Himalayas along with 18 participants from various parts of the country.

This post is all about our group’s recent trip to the Himalayas and key learnings’ from this life transforming journey.

Date: August 12, 2017
Time: 09:00 am - 17:00 pm
Event: Breath@Work - Thane, Mumbai, 12th Aug 2017
Topic: Breath@Work
Sponsor: Bharat Jethani
9820149305
Venue: Hotel Satkar Grande
Location: Opp Applab, Wagle Estate, Thane West
Mumbai
India
Public: Public

Today, I start a new life.

Today, I create a new, positive habit.

The only difference between those who have failed and those who have succeeded lies in the difference of their habits.

Good habits are the key to all success.

Thus, the first law I will obey is: I will form good habits and become their slave.

Today, I take control of my actions and behaviours. With these, I create my life and destiny.

Greatest Salesman Og Mandino

In the pursuit of your child’s ‘happyness’?

How to turn that frown on your child's face into a broad smile!

This interview with ‘happyness’ coach, Murali Sundaram, helps you turn that frown on your child’s face into a broad smile! – By Anusha Vincent from Parenting Circle Magazine.

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)

If you’re happy and you know it, and you really want to show it

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. (clap clap)

Are your children clapping? Or, do you sometimes look at them and wonder if God forgot to fashion a happiness bone in their little bodies, replacing it instead with a big ‘sulk button’?

There was a time when a chilled mango drink on a hot day could send children into peals of laughter, and a toy fashioned out of straw and stone could keep the smile on their faces intact for days. Those were generations of children who had mastered the art of finding happiness from within; the art of finding happiness simply by… being themselves!

But, worryingly, this age of i-Kids seems to associate happiness with material conquests. These youngsters are looking for joy in all the wrong places. As a parent, what can you do, then?

Happyness coach Murali Sundaram gives ParentCircle readers some handy tips!