Creating A Vision To Live By

 by Kary Rogney

519RKRQNPXL._SL500_AA240_Happiness Is A Choice represents the cutting edge of Barry Neil Kaufman’s evolving teaching, focusing on empowering our moment of change, the moment in which we can make self-acceptance, inner peace, joy, and love immediately tangible with these easy-to-use tools. Bears (Barry) Neil Kaufman offers a gentle, yet powerful, way to jump through a lengthy “process” of change right into action.

This book takes us step by step on a journey to increase personal power, sharing the same techniques that participants use at The Option Institute. In his work over the years, Bears has observed that people who are most successful in finding happiness share certain traits. He has used these traits to create, in this book six Shortcuts To Happiness that you can begin using immediately.

Happiness Is A Choice is filled with moving and inspiring examples of people taking roadways you too could follow – mapped by those who have chosen happiness, peace of mind, and love as a way of life. Many of these people used the tools presented in this book to heal troubled relationships, to revitalize stagnant careers, to deal with sickness or stress, or to infuse new vigor into their lives.

This book will change your life. A book to cherish and to share…a book that will ignite the healing process.

Article Source: The OPTION Institute

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  • Posted by Susan Winlaw on July 17, 2009 at 6:22 am

    Oh I so believe that Happiness is a Choice and I would prefer to be upbeat and smiling than sad, depressed and filled with “Oh woe is me.”

    My dear Mother taught me this many years ago. When things knock you down, it’s OK to pause and have that little weep. But then, get Before you know it, you’ll be singing in your heart again.

    I wish you a wonderful weekend.
    Live & Love in JOY and Drive Safely wherever you go.

  • Posted by Joe Emmet on July 17, 2009 at 8:51 am

    Hi Kary,

    Everything we do is a choice. Unfortunately, most of us choose to operate from habit rather than question our choice in the beliefs we choose to embrace.

    Those choices drive us, determine the outcomes we experience and the relative level of happiness (or lack thereof) that we enjoy.

    Thanks for bringing this to our attention. The excepts you’ve posted above have caused me to move this book to the top of my reading list.

    Yours in excellence and mastery,


  • Posted by Dr Chris on July 17, 2009 at 11:45 am

    Couldn’t agree more, one of the names we thouhgt about calling our clinics was “Good Life” Chiropractic, and a possible catchphrase “A good life comes from good choices”.

  • Posted by sue Vittner on July 17, 2009 at 3:49 pm

    I’m in!

    Every morning for the pas 5 years I’ve said this quote from Abraham hicks… “Today, where ever I am, whomever I’m with, whatever I’m doing, it is my intention to look for reasons to feel good.”

    It helps so much with maintaining a happy outlook on life!
    .-= sue Vittner´s last blog ..What’s Really At The Root Of This Root Canal? =-.

  • Posted by Barbara Belkoff on July 17, 2009 at 10:42 pm

    Yes, it is our choice to be happy. That said…I feel great! Yes its been a tough month but I have fabulous friends who have stood by me and helped me thru my husbands recent death and now an upcoming empty nest as my son goes East to college. And do not forget the Power of Laughter!! New friends have grounded me in their love and silliness….and I feel very lucky to have them in my life,,,Everything else will follow. Open yourselves up to all kinds of possibilities

  • Posted by Rosina Wilson on July 21, 2009 at 4:41 pm

    Hi Kary – I feel honored to be a part of the Happiness-Is-A-Choice revolution. I’ve always been one to look on the bright side, and connecting with like-minded souls who enjoy and cherish our lives multiplies that potent energy manyfold. Thank you for personally inviting me – I look forward to knowing you, and other members of this group, much better!

  • Posted by Miriam Gruber on May 12, 2010 at 1:40 pm

    It is so true that happiness is a choice, in fact one of the wonders of being a human being is we have the ability freedom to choose what ever attitude, and response at any given time, to any given situation or circumstance. I think this is one of the most overlooked freedoms, the one that can be used to attract all good things to you.
    .-= Miriam Gruber´s last blog ..What Is The One Product Everyone Wants? =-.

    • Posted by Kary Rogney on May 12, 2010 at 2:35 pm

      Thanks for coming by and sharing your thoughts! Great to know others agree
      with this easily over-looked concept…

  • Posted by Alexandria Barker on January 31, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Hi Kary, what a fabulous idea! We can’t always control our circumstances, but we CAN control our responses to them. I totally believe happiness is a choice. More than that, it’s a lifestyle. And, it’s infectious! So for the greater good, get your happy on!
    Namaste, Alexandria

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