I have abandoned most of my goals. I have a general direction I want to go in, but I am working on releasing my tight control over my reality. I find the less I try to control the more everything goes my way. Plus I experience much less stress. Now although I have things I want to accomplish and still move in the right direction I have 1 main and all encompassing goal: BE HAPPY, Abraham Hicks calls it the “Vortex”. My main goal these days is to do what makes me happy and if I’m not happy I examine why, learn from it, clear that block then bring my vibration right back up. Having this as my goal is working out splendidly, but I do have a solid list of things I do which I call my keys to happiness. These are things, big or small, that spike me right back up there to joy.
This key to happiness is brought to you by Netflix (I am not actually affiliated with Netflix). Actually Netflix and I have had a break up/ make up relationship for years…
ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT – KEY TO HAPPINESS #725
Laugh, laugh, laugh your ass off. In my opinion laughing is one of the quickest and easiest way to get back into the good vibrations. And Arrested Development is my all time favorite. Seriously I could watch those episodes a hundred times and they only get better. I’m literally laughing out loud right now thinking about it. Just the best. There are 2 runners up that I feel would be amiss if I didn’t mention:
Parks and Recreation (I would adopt the cast to live with me if I could – Hello Ron Swanson!) but seriously Amy Poehler’s character’s hilarious optimism is enough to turn any frown upside-down.
Tonight Show & SNL Just go to YouTube right now and up your vibration a notch. Golden comedy.
Find a hilarious show that you can turn to when you need an energetic pick me up. For those days when the word manta kind of pisses you off. Trust me in the beginning it will happen and that’s ok. Curate a variety of things that make you super happy, but remember to always acknowledge the feeling and process them first. You don’t want to use TV to deal with your problems, but to raise you back up after you have.