“You may have a habit of putting most of your attention on what you can think about and what you can see. Yet our hope for you is that you begin to put more attention on your essence, on your eternal nature, and on your multi-dimensional self. As your body, mind, emotions, and spirit come into resonance your eternal nature, your divine nature, your essence is able to communicate with you more fully.
There is also the thought that your external environment is what is dictating your feeling of happiness in life. If there is something in your life that is not to your liking then you feel negative, unhappy, or discontent. If there is something that is to your liking you feel happy and at peace. From our perspective this is one of the main reasons why people feel unhappy. It is a no win situation to allow your inner state and your inner feelings to be dictated by your external environment. The amount of time that you are perfectly the right temperature, have the perfect amount of rest, the perfect amount of nourishment, and all of your conditions are perfect is a small window. Your environment is always changing. If you shift your focus from allowing your external environment to elicit a state of joy or a feeling of joy and you consciously decide to be joyous regardless of any situation then you will have a joyful life. If you choose joy moment to moment then you will have a life of joy.”
Danielle Rama Hoffman, in “The Council Of Light”
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