The Seven Day Life-Changing Happiness Challenge!
By Lance Beggs
You are about to discover a simple technique for creating massive changes in your quality of life.
Do you want to be happier? This technique can help.
Do you want more time to spend with your family or friends, or even just time to relax by yourself? Then this seven day challenge is perfect for you.
And best of all, it's really easy to do.
What is it?
For the next seven days, turn off the news!
Do not watch any news on the television.
Do not listen to any news on the radio.
Do not read the newspaper.
And do not have a news headline website as your browser's home page.
Seven days! No news!
Can you do it?
Reducing exposure to the negativity of the news has produced massive changes in my life. It can and will do the same for you. However, please don't take my word for it. Try it for just seven days and see for yourself.
The time will pass very quickly, so what have you got to lose? Worst case, you'll miss a bit of news. Best case, you'll be happier and more excited about your life. So, let's give it a go!
Why does this work? Simply because one of the fundamental laws of nature is that our thoughts produce our reality. If we focus our attention on the negatives in life, we will give power to the negativity, and it will grow.
If we remove that negativity from our lives and focus on the positives, we will tend to create more positives.
The news is extremely negative. And the fact is that exposing yourself to most of this negativity adds NO value at all to your life.
Simply put, turning off the news shields you from the onslaught of negativity and leaves you with time to fill your life with positives.
So what you do with the extra time you now have available?
No, do not just watch other TV!
You want to replace this time with positive experiences which add value to your life.
Spend some time alone considering your life. Find out who you are. Find your life's purpose, or your higher calling. Set some major goals for your future. Where would you like to go? Who would you like to go there with? What would you like to do for a living, if there were no limitations?
Spend some time with the people who are important in your life- your family and friends.
Consider getting back to nature. Take some time out for a relaxing walk in a park. Or sit at the beach and watch the waves. Relax!
This is not just hiding from reality, and living in a fantasy land. I don't expect you to forever hide from what's going on in the world, especially in your local community. Just cut out all exposure to the negativity for seven days and then consider whether you feel happier and more excited about life.
Once you're aware of this alternative, happier way of living, you can then find a balance between being aware of current affairs, and your need to maintain separation from those issues.
There is absolutely nothing to be gained by worrying about what's going on elsewhere, especially when it's outside of your sphere of influence. When you understand that, you can then choose what you listen to or watch on TV. You will regain control.
If there is something that you need to know, trust me, someone will tell you anyway.
And you will have more time available to experience a positive and friendly world.
If you like the improvement this brings to your quality of life, then perhaps you could consider this is just a start. Why not also eliminate other TV which adds no value to your life.
Seven days, no news! The results will be life-changing.
It's easy to do. However it's also easy to not-do. Which will you choose?
Even if there's only the smallest chance of this working, wouldn't it be worth trying?
I know you can do it. Go for it!
Copyright Lance Beggs. All Rights Reserved.
About the Author
Lance Beggs is the author of "How to be Happy Now". His mission is to help others live a life of meaning, love and happiness! Subscribe to his FREE ezine at http://www.HowToBeHappyNow.com
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