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Living an Inspired Life

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How do you live a truly inspired life? The foundational elements consist of four “well-balance” points.

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The BioSync Team's curator insight, March 5, 2014 6:01 PM

You will find that this playing in the sandbox of life attitude will affect the bio-chemistry of your system nurturing health and fostering happiness.


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The BioSync Team's curator insight, March 5, 2014 6:04 PM

The Foundational Elements


1)  Happiness and enjoyment
2)  Activity – both mental and physical
3)  Being comfortable in your body
4)  Having a sense of humor


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Sandi Cornez's curator insight, March 19, 2014 12:35 AM

Play is an inherent piece of who we truly are. Children have a wonderful sense of being in the moment through play. When you keep that child like quality, you too can have an inspired life.

 

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Why Meditate?

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French monk (and former scientist in cell genetics) Matthieu Ricard speaks about science, meditation, and his title as 'the happiest man in the world.'

 

"By activating some areas of the brain, you could possibly generate a sensation of intense pleasure for a while, but that’s not going to last forever. That’s definitely not happiness. It is just a temporary gimmick. Genuine happiness is a state related to wisdom, to being attuned to reality, and to freedom from mental toxins (hatred, craving, and the like). Pleasure by itself has no reason to engender freedom from ignorance, dualistic clinging, and distortion of reality (true causes of suffering). There is nothing wrong with pleasure in itself, but it does not have much to do with happiness."


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INDIASPIRITUALITY's comment, April 13, 2012 12:40 PM
True, very true. Indian Doctrines says one to go beyond body, mind and soul (incarnated) and be the REAL SELF. As one progresses i this path, one experiences constant bliss and deep peace throughout the day. By meditating, one can be neutral and free from any bondage.

Meditation Is

Being At Peace With What Is

And

Transcending What IS

- Swami Sukhbodhananda
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Happy? You may live 35% longer, tracking study suggests

Happy? You may live 35% longer, tracking study suggests | Share Some Love Today | Scoop.it
Be happy and you may also live longer, suggests a new study that tracked happiness four times over one day.

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Secrets of Living a Longer & Healthier Life

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A thought provoking article on the process of aging and how our lifestyle choices can make a difference in how long we live.

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The Transition From Negative to Positive

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Our subconscious mind is an amazing and almost magical tool of our body. One can influence the quality of life just by believing in yourself and thinking positively. Positive thinking gives you strength, hope, faith, confidence, contentment and peace. It does take some amount of effort to inculcate a positive approach in your life, but once you do life’s perception changes forever.

 

Here are some ways to identify negative traits in your daily life:

 

-Exactitude – If you are a perfectionist yourself, then stop expecting people or life as a whole to be perfect or according to your expectations. A perfectionist tends to set idealistic goals and always is dissatisfied even if a small thing goes off beam, this encourages pessimism.

 

Read more: http://ririanproject.com/2011/09/26/the-transition-from-negative-to-positive/#more-1054


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