Monday, September 17, 2018

Brain and Flow

Do you know how you feel when you are genuinely happy? Can you describe it, put it into words? Many people cannot. They equate happiness either with boisterous euphoria or over-the-top laughter, neither of which may represent genuine happiness. Descriptions of happiness are all over the map since each brain differs. Genuine happiness does have some things in common, however:

·       There is a sense of real pleasure in your brain, not a competitive, anxious pleasure, but a calm and joyful mindset
·       There is a sense of gratitude that you are alive and that you have been fortunate enough to connect with a brain or two (or several if you are truly fortunate) that enhances this perception.

Some describe happiness as “being in flow.” Being in flow is an interesting term. More tomorrow. 

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