Do you get annoyed when people suggest to you just to let things go, turn the other cheek, or chill out, it’ll be alright?
If the answer is yes, or you know someone who is struggling to live their best life during these uncertain times, then this conversation is for you?
The Inspired Living Series is a selection of video conversations with world-class speakers in the field of ‘understanding human consciousness’ and specialising in ‘state of mind’, designed to answer the questions that rarely get asked about our human experiences and endeavours.
One of my curiosities, for many years, is why it is some people get to live more joyful lives than others? When I look at circumstances for the answers, that doesn’t give me much. Many people live in extremely deprived areas of the world, who are incredibly happy, content and loving, so the notion that happiness and joy come from what we have, or where we live tends not to stand up to too much scrutiny. Then, I see people, who on the face of it have everything; wealth, career and strong family support are haunted by stress and anxiety, which forces them into unsavoury and unhelpful behaviours.
So, if peace of mind, clarity and joy do not come from what we have, who we share our lives with, or what’s on offer to make a living, where do we find it?