Picture a happiness that stays steady no matter how life goes up and down.
It’s not about people, situations, or things—it’s about how we PERCEIVE them.
Our thoughts and emotions are influenced by this viewpoint.
Unhappiness can only arise as long as we perceive happiness to be outside of us.
Join this exploration as we shed light on the genuine source of lasting happiness within ourselves.
Reading Guide to Unconditional Happiness:
Essential Articles to Understand Before Proceeding
The articles provided on unconditionalhappiness.org require a different approach than typical reading material. To fully benefit from your reading experience, there are recommended actions and definite actions to avoid.
1. Scrutinize and verify: don’t just accept or reject
In the pursuit of happiness, we find ourselves longing for a state of complete bliss and inner peace. We long for happiness that remains unscathed by the ebb and flow of external events. But here’s the dilemma:
Our happiness tends to be contingent upon external factors. And it’s exactly that conditional happiness that blocks the happiness that we’re truly after; unconditional happiness.
Every single word within these articles shares a common goal: to foster a profound realization of the inner workings of your mind.
This realization will bring about remarkable changes in your thoughts and emotions, surpassing what you once thought possible.
However, to attain this realization, creating the right environment is crucial.
This particular obstacle often operates in such a subtle manner, often escaping our attention. Yet, if you don’t acquire the skill to identify and manage it effectively, the attainment of unconditional happiness becomes entirely unachievable.
Have you ever taken a moment and stopped to deeply ponder why it is that you do the things you do? Feel the way you feel? Think the way you think,
and, because of that, talk and act the way you do?
Do you honestly know why your mind works the way it works?
No matter the path we choose, our actions are driven by a singular purpose: happiness.
A Comprehensive Analysis of Conditional Happiness
To be unconditionally happy, you first have to start realizing where happiness is NOT: in the outside world.
Conditional happiness is rooted, either directly or indirectly, in external inputs from the outside world.
In this section, we’ll look more deeply at why it can’t bring true, unconditional happiness.
However, I advise you to absorb the above articles before moving on to this section.
This is a complex topic we can’t cover in one article, so we’ll explore it from different angles. Please be patient as I develop this, and try to apply the exercises to your own life, as that is going to make the biggest difference.
I used to be a nature lover and traveled everywhere to find beautiful places. It’s like I could never get enough, always wanting to discover new spots and soak in their beauty. But you know what? There was something I didn’t get – I was fooling myself that such a thing could ever be truly satisfying.
Imagine that the very things you thought would bring you happiness not only fall short of delivering true joy but might even be causing your unhappiness.
It’s a profound concept that, once fully understood, can completely transform your perspective on life.
Are you still on the quest for fulfillment, believing it resides in people, things, or your circumstances? Or is happiness your default state?
Being happy and dependent on your external environment at the same time is simply not possible. Here’s why:
We often find ourselves believing that people and things in our lives have the ability to make us happy. However, if they are incapable of containing happiness, why do we perceive them as sources of happiness?
For as long as we attempt to extract happiness through the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, physical sensations, and even our thoughts, we’ll find ourselves trapped in a vicious cycle. Until this perception changes, there’s no escaping this cycle.