Living a new language for life, you now realize that happiness is not something that you seek or strive for. You realize that happiness is neither found “outside” yourself, nor “inside” yourself, but arises inside a space of being that opens up naturally once you have thrown away the shackles of “I,” and you awaken to your true nature.
Being free to be, you come home to being and what arises naturally inside the oneness of being as a presence is a profound and abiding sense of well-being and sense of wholeness. Happiness has come to you.
You now realize that being well in-spirit naturally opens up a presence that contributes to the highest human good.
Living the possibility of a new language for life allows you to transcend the language of the past, future and present moment and come into a language of being. You realize that happiness is found beyond the language of “I” that gives you a past, a future and a present moment and is found in a language of being and allowing, where you are one with life and happiness comes to you as a presence.
You now realize that the “I” will never be happy, no matter what it seeks through the things that occur as external to yourself and which are part of a reality “I” creates and holds itself separate from. It is in a place of oneness, which allows for being, where happiness occurs.
In the world of “I,” happiness appears as elusive, since in wanting and seeking happiness, happiness as a presence escapes you. Seeking happiness is like catching a cloud. The moment you try to grab and hold it in your hands, it disappears on you! You can only be present to it.
Happiness is found in the silence, where you are fully present and you realize that you don’t need anything to be happy and fulfilled. Happiness is found in the silence, where you shrug off the inauthenticities and erroneous beliefs that grab you in our default language for life. Realizing that you don’t need anything to be happy, being now comes into full presence. You are filled with joy and you see life exactly as it is.
Living a new language for life, you now recognize that happiness comes to you as a profound sense of wellbeing and connectedness to life; as a sense of wholeness and peace, where you are present to bliss. You recognize that happiness comes to you as a new sense of freedom to be and a new sense of the possible. You recognize that happiness comes to you when you have sought and found how to serve.
Happiness comes to you in an ever-expanding capacity to be, which inspires possibility and expands your capacity to be one with life.
Happiness is not to be found, but finds you when you are one with life. Happiness occurs inside of a profound relationship of integrity with life, which restores you to the wholeness of life and has you be one with life.
Happiness is a natural state of being that comes to you as a presence when you remove the veil that covers it. By the degree that you move away from the “I” as a dominant force in your life, happiness comes to you as a sense of well-being, wholeness and connectedness to life.
Happiness is found when you find yourself profoundly related to people and love comes into presence. Happiness is found when you expand your sense of connectedness to life inside of your creative expression. Happiness is found when you manifest your life as an expression of your sense of wholeness and what is possible in life.
Happiness is found in the silence, where you are present to peace and you don’t mind what happens. You now realize that the secret to happiness lies in your capacity to bring wholeness to life, ongoingly, in the face of your daily challenges. You realize that happiness is found when you are being one with life, no matter what life brings to you.
When you recognize that there is another dimension to life than the one you have inherited as part of a culture of separateness, then all is revealed and all things come to you.
Living the possibility of a new language for life, reveals what you always knew, but simply have forgotten. You now recognize the secret to happiness that was hidden from you, but is now unveiled to you inside of your ever-expanding connectedness to life, where you are one with life and one with being.
The secret to happiness is a passage to oneness.
ABOUT LOUIS KOSTER
Hi, Louis here, author of the inspiring book “A New Language for Life, Happy No Matter What!” Click here to get a free download of the book. Thanks for checking out my blog posts. If you really want to test your spiritual beliefs, try being a medical doctor in war zones. I’ve been involved as a spiritual teacher, medical doctor and coach in the self-help industry for over 25 years and have developed a number of skills in helping people to awaken to their true nature and live inspired lives. Here Is Who I Am & What I Believe.
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On Thursday evening I got into a car accident, I did not let the experience affect me in anyway I just stayed rational which in my little opinion is my version of stain happy regardless of the situation. While it was happening I kept speaking to spirit and God to take control of the situation and I think I was listened to. I did not hit anyone even though all the lanes with full because the person in front of me came to an opera. And the highway so I had to break and swerve my car to the right hit in the wall really hard. Smoke a rose or rather dust or smoke I don’t know which one it was but in normal circumstances the car should have exploded but nothing happened which was miraculous. The only problem is that I found out that my license was canceled which was kind of a good thing because now I can fix that problem but I did not know existed. Now I have to spend so much money fixing the car and in the process of regaining my license which will determine me from workinguntil I see a specialist. How do I stay happy in this type of circumstance? I mean I guess I’m happy for life and for friends that came around and just because I have a chance to still impact the world positively what about the other things I can’t control? I always say the serenity prayer and go about my business. I know I sound brave and all but when I was explaining my situation to my friend I just broke down and cried and was saddened by all other horrible things that happened to me in the past and how do I break away from connecting all the horrible things to my current situation instead of looking at it as an individual event?
Dear Louis, your word”s are touching and profound, and true. Thank you for your teaching and training of thoughts. I LOVE YOU to . Andree Giroux