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A simple practice to a happier balanced brain

Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D., PsychCentral: “Take a moment to look around. Where is the good in this moment? Look inside and out. What’s the good within you, what’s the good outside of you?

The gifts of life are truly here; we just need to come to our senses from time to time to notice them.”

The fact is our brains aren’t wired to be happy; they’re wired to keep us safe. That’s why left to its own devices the brain isn’t going to be aware of all the good that is around.

There are many writers, psychologists and mindfulness teachers who speak about the essence of our true nature being good, being happy, and being compassionate…

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Comment from Kim
Time: July 6, 2013, 2:42 pm

Wildmind is the first thought that comes to mind in answer to the question “Where is the good in this moment?”. I’m catching up with several Wildmind posts I’ve not had time to read and the relevant wisdom and the clarity with which it is presented is so good. Gratitude is indeed a happy feeling. Thank you!

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Comment from Bodhipaksa
Time: July 6, 2013, 11:01 pm

Thank you very much indeed, Kim.

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