12 Keys to Finding Happiness

As I looked back over my journey from fear to love, I discovered Twelve Keystones that I had to embody or perhaps I should say master so that I could reclaim my happiness and awaken to the truth of my magnificence. Through teaching about my experiences, I found they apply universally. I have shared them here:

You are the playwright of your own life! The backdrop for life is like a Magical Theatre, and as the star of the production, we are each free to create our own roles, changing them at will but first we need to investigate the myth, truth, and magic of our lives and discover what is working or not. Magical means anything is possible. We are limited only by our choices.

Your perceptions create your reality! What is real? Everyone in the Magical Theatre thinks they can personally identify objective standards of physical and emotional reality, when in fact everyone operates from a singularly unique point of view. We need to release the point of view that our subjective thoughts and emotions form the foundation of a fixed reality that can stand the test of time.

You are not the voices in your head! Who makes the decisions that run our lives? If we listen closely, we can identify fearful voices trying to direct the action of our life’s script. To escape their influence we can turn to our own impartial observer, a compassionate and loving presence who is the eyes and ears of our heart and available to reliably make supportive decisions….Continue reading on InspireMeToday.com.

Gini is an accomplished inspirational speaker, a workshop leader, and the author of Dreaming Down Heaven.

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jayasri amma
jayasri amma5 years ago

thank you

K s Goh
KS Goh6 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Geetha Subramaniam

Thanks for posting.

irene fernandez
irene Fernandez6 years ago

What I most take away is: YOU ARE NOT THE VOICES IN YOUR HEAD this are the ones you have to learn to listen to in order to shut them up

Catherine C.
Catherine C6 years ago

Thank you!

Mac C.
mac C6 years ago

Wonderful and inspiring... thanks.

Debbie Wasko
Past Member 6 years ago

What a wonderful world it COULD BE if:

hate was replaced with love
dishonesty with truth
indifference with compassion
dispair with hope
selfishness with caring/sharing
ignorance with knowledge
individual with community
sadness with joy
suffering with happiness
greed with moderation
evil with good

In a perfect world ...

Magdalena K.
Past Member 6 years ago


Danuta W.
Danuta W6 years ago

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Hege Torset
Hege Torset6 years ago