Top 9 Tips To Finding Happiness

I’m so inspired to share the top nine most important things I’ve learned about life and how to navigate through it to experience the most joy, love, and fulfillment possible!

(1) Being of service to others is the biggest factor in maintaining my connection with my innermost source of energy.

I uplift others by letting my highest self shine through my being and inspire the actions I take. When my highest self expresses itself through me, it draws out that same highest self from others.

(2) Meditating for 3 minutes, 3 times a day (what I call 3×3 Meditation) is the major factor in my life change.

From losing weight to lowering cholesterol to transforming relationships to releasing addictive cravings, mini-meditations have worked for everything I’ve tried them on.

(3) I have complete freedom when I have no need for “how” and “why” anymore.

Giving up needing to know “how” means relaxing into complete trust that if I follow my intuition (the nudges of my highest self) moment by moment, life will work out in a delicious, amazingly effortless, delightfully satisfying way. Letting go of “why” is releasing resistance to what is and turning my focus toward finding solution rather than defining or justifying the problem.

(4) I’ve learned that taking action only from inspiration rather than pushing forward when I don’t feel quite ready is actually much more practical and efficient!

At first I thought I would never get anything done living this way, but when my intention is to let my intuitive inspiration arise and I find myself in complete alignment with whatever action I’m taking, the joy I find from even the most mundane tasks is infinite. Doing laundry can be blissful. Really!

(5) My thoughts – well really, how I feel about what I spend my time thinking about – create my world, either by default or intentionally.

It’s easy to let the thoughts in my mind run by default, but if I take the time and energy to consciously notice what emotion a thought brings up for me, I can practice letting go of thoughts that evoke negative emotions and cultivating thoughts that evoke positive emotions. As I focus more and more on honing my positive thoughts, I’ll begin to notice how my relationships, my circumstances, and even my health, respond favorably….Get Dina’s last 4 tips on!

Dina Proctor is the bestselling author of Madly Chasing Peace: How I Went from Hell to Happy in 9 Minutes a Day and the creator of 3×3 Meditation.

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Christine J.
Christine J2 years ago

It's amazing how quickly and easily you can get something done if you're in the mood for it. Even something as mundane as doing the dishes can be enjoyable. Forcing ourselves is often necessary, but never fun.

Thomas M.
Past Member 4 years ago

Awesome! Immense information there.
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Fi T.
Past Member 4 years ago

Accept oneself

Summerannie Moon
Summerannie M4 years ago

I love being inspired and I love to see it in others as well. People glow. People smile and ooze love b/c nothing else will fit in.

K S.
Krish A4 years ago


Heidi R.
Past Member 4 years ago

Point 5 is what it's all about.

Valerie R.
Valerie R4 years ago

I love number 4! I've come to realize that I always work my best when I wait for the right inspiration to strike. We hear so much about forcing greatness out of yourself, but I find that struggle impossibly draining and ultimately unfulfilling. I think there are some moments when you need to push through difficult things, but overall, I believe waiting for the right time leads to a much better way of living.

tanzy t.
tanzy t4 years ago


Marthe Stene
Marthe S4 years ago

thank you

Denise Morley
Denise Morley4 years ago

Thank you for sharing, all very good points. Number 8 really spoke to me, that is an excellent way of looking at it.