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How To Smile Full Blast All Day
Did you notice how some people are just so insanely happy? Sling all the insulting barbs you want or hurl impossible tasks their way and yet they keep on ticking. Blissfully. Happily.
And that makes you drip with envy all the more.
A small segment of the population come factory-built with a natural propensity for positive outlook. They�re hardwired with copious amounts of zest. This zest easily shields them from the buffets of life that normally faze the rest of us.
Recently scientists discovered how the naturally occuring-drug serotonin flows more generously in such individuals. Serotonin is magic. It�s a chemical produced in the amygdala and can give far more pleasure signals than cocaine or marijuana can. No wonder happy people are unstoppable! They�re simply cocooned in bliss that rose-tints the blight of the world!
Wouldn�t you love to experience their reality?
Try these three tips now!
1) Discover what you REALLY want and enjoy your passions. Is it drawing? Painting? Designing web pages or collecting toys? The more you do what you want, the faster you pump out serotonin and create an inner zest.Take time out and hobnob with folks passionate about what they do. Did you notice how the air about them literally crackles with energy? And it's infectious! Everyone about them feels simply great!
2) Give unconditional love and respect. Face it, connection with others creates that warm fuzzy feeling inside. That fuzzy feeling expands into unmitigated, explosive joy when done regularly. Imagine how unstoppable you�ll be when you feel loved- and are loved! Spread the warmth and you'll float on cloud 9.
3) Take an inventory of your thoughts. The next time a depressing, critical or evil thought swims into view, ask yourself �Does this Serve Me Well?� If it doesn�t, chuck it! There's no point entertaining darkness- no matter how logical it may be.
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