Resilience Reset Challenge: Unlock the happiness within

We’ve all heard how laughter is the best medicine for both mind and body, with a host of benefits.

Laughter can even be a mild workout! Have a look at the video below featuring stress management consultant, transformation coach and laughter yoga instructor Kerry Garnier, with fellow laughter yoga instructor Marjorie Wingrove:

Happiness is crucial to our overall sense of well-being, physically, mentally and emotionally.

But as Kerry notes, happiness is actually “an inside job.” No matter what our circumstances, we are the only ones who can decide for ourselves whether to be happy or not.

To help re-awaken the inner ability to be happy, we need to ground ourselves in the present. And a great way to do that is by experiencing the world around us through our senses.

Unlocking your happiness within is the third strategy that forms part of The Rose Remedy’s Resilience Reset Challenge, to help you strengthen your resilience and improve your health and happiness.

If you want some help learning how to make that happiness happen, please consider joining Kerry, who works with The Rose Remedy, for a workshop she is running called “A Sense of Happiness.

She calls the workshop an “experiential day” designed to help reconnect to happiness through our senses, using laughter and movement, mindfulness, aroma exploration, rhythm and music as some of the tools.

The cost of the workshop is $50. It will be held Aug. 11, 2018,  at the Centre For Spiritual Living in Toronto. For more information, please click here.

Don’t worry, be happy: There’s some real sense to that notion!

Please feel free to leave comments here about your own experiences with feeling happy.

2 Responses to Resilience Reset Challenge: Unlock the happiness within

  1. Gwen Rose August 8, 2018 at 11:16 am #

    Love it! Found this sign on a wall of Bigley’s ice cream store in Bobcaygeon.

  2. Gwen Rose August 8, 2018 at 12:05 pm #

    Just read interesting piece about the neuroscience of well-being and happiness. Here’s a link:

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