Buried in our subconscious there are many forgotten moments of pure joy, exhilarating experiences, the kind of laughter that leaves you weak at the knees, special magical moments of wonder and awe. Because of our busy lives and the predominance we have to ponder on the negative, ‘what if this happens, I can’t do that because etc’, these wonderful experiences are often buried. During the past couple of weeks, when asked, what is your favourite song, book or film, I have had to really think hard as its so long since I really thought or remembered what being truly at peace and happy is like in every day life. The tips and research of the HH programme has re awakened memories, made me smile and even found myself singing for no reason at all. (The sale of ear plugs has just risen.)
So now to add to my sneaky meditation sessions in my lunch hour, I will visualise a new me. 6 inches taller, thick wavy hair, … Well one can dream…
"Hi I’m Dena. I have worked in the same company for many years in a variety of roles and am now in a dual role of health and safety and assistant to the company secretary.
I have been interested in holistic therapies for many years, and as I am qualified to practise in a few, it would be good to re-engage again with the calm and balance that they bring, and of course to increase my everyday Happyness!
When I saw on Sally’s email asking for Happynesshubbers I thought what a good idea, but knowing me thought that I wouldn’t be able to commit to looking at all the emails for three weeks and finding time to go online and blog as I haven’t done it before. I know it only takes a few moments of the day, as I did dip in and out last time, and enjoyed the ones I looked at. My son is Paul, another Happynesshub Hero, and he asked me about becoming a Happynesshub Hero too – I surprised myself when I said yes! I’m excited to have the possibility of committing to start this exciting journey and make it part of my everyday life."
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