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It's easy to desire happiness when things aren't going well. The truth is, you need to be happy with what you have. You don't get our happiness from external things. If you postpone happiness when the circumstances are perfect, you may never be happy. close
Perhaps you feel like your life has not turned out as you expected it to. It's easy to get depressed when your thoughts are negative. Happiness doesn't come from what you have, but how you treat yourself, and how your view your life. Don't put yourself down but instead lift up your thoughts. close
If you focus too much on the future, you may miss out on what happens today. The key is to prepare for the future but live for today. Enjoy where you are so happiness is never postponed to someday in the future. close
A positive attitude is not something that just happens. It is something you need to work on by carefully monitoring you thoughts. It is easy to slip in to negative thinking and become unhappy and discontent. close
It's not a good idea to look at the negative in everything. It's easy to conjure up bad feelings and become depressed. close
A poor self image can come from a negative tape that repeats in your head. You can relieve your internal clouds by cleaning up you thoughts. Stop projecting into situations so you don't create bad situations by reacting to your fears. close
You can become agitated simply by reacting to your thoughts. Make sure you pay attention to what is really going on instead of being influenced by your anxiety. Try not to spend energy getting upset over fears and worries about events that may never happen. close
All the answers you are looking for are inside you. Being still can help you to connected your inner self. You will become aware of what you need to know or what action you should take. close
You shouldn't spend time with worries about the past. The only thing you can do is learn from what you have done and move on. In the future try not make the same mistake. close
Meditation can help break the cycle of obessive thinking. Sit and meditate on your breath or engage in yoga. Focusing on your breath instead of your thoughts. This can reduce your obsessive thinking and calm you down. close
When your thoughts make you anxious and worried it can have a negative impact on your health. It can effect your heart and your blood pressure. Use meditation to reduce anxiety which can reduce your blood pressure. close
Anger can be one of the most difficult emotions to deal with. If you are angry step back from the problem and try not to react. Look at the situation and sometimes you can bring compassion to the situation and realizing people often don't try to hurt you intentionally. Anger is similar to obessive thinking sometimes you need to feel your pain so you can release it. close

Meditation is an attempt to sit in silence, clear your head, stop thinking and be in the present moment. It's a discipline that needs to be practiced on a regular basis to feel significant benefits. Your ability to sit longer will improve with time and you'll notice increased clarity, focus and other benefits.

Are you depressed, unfocused, have health problems, feeling disconnected or interested in the benefits of meditation?