- Product features:
- Balancing herbal blend
- Covers the nutrient requirements of older people
Christmas is right around the corner. Now is a time of year when many reflect on their lives, asking themselves: "Why am I not happy?" And "How do I find my happiness?" Why do we ask these questions so often?
The Essence of Happiness
What is happiness? This question cannot be answered in general. Happiness looks different for each of us. However, it is hard not to be influenced by the pictures of happiness that we are often presented in advertisements.
There are many misconceptions of what happiness really is. Here are two:
Hunting for Happiness
We find happiness where we look for it. Just turn off the autopilot and start looking for everyday things.
Find Out What Makes you Happy
Often we strive for things that we generally believe make people happy. However, these might not be the right things for us. Think about what actually brings you happiness. Christmas is a great time to reflect on these ideas.
Finally, what is more important? That you are actually, or that people think you are happy? Make sure you know the difference.
The Pursuit of Happiness - a Trap?
Today everyone wants to be happy forever. They try to constantly purse their happiness. This obsession with the perfect life makes us unable to cope with small moments of unhappiness. Try to keep things in perspective.
The belief that happiness can be created will only lead to unhappiness. You happiness isn't something you find, happy is something you are.
Ignore Your Wants and Focus on What You Can Give
Obsessing over material things or wishes makes us feel like we are lacking things, but focusing on the things that we already have makes us feel more satisfied long term. To grow and become better people try giving back to your community by volunteering.
Christmas is a wonderful time to begin.
Free Delivery to Austria from € 28,00
24 hour delivery
A minimum of 1 free sample per order
Secure Payment using SSL Encryption Technology
“Let food be thy medicine,
and medicine be thy food.”