As anyone who’s raised a child or been around children knows, kids laugh a lot. Far more than adults.
A statistic I saw recently said adults laugh an average of 15 times a day. Children laugh 400 times a day. That’s not a typo — kids laugh four hundred times a day! Life is still fun for them.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been around little children. But a recent letter from a dear friend of many years back in Virginia reminded me of the days when my son was growing up. He loved to laugh and play. He took his mother and me on many joyful journeys back into our own childhood days.
My Virginia friend said when she’s visiting with her granddaughter, the two of them find funny stuff all around them, and they laugh a lot. As she put it so perfectly, “Laughing makes me feel good about myself.”
The medical community is giving serious consideration to laughter as a powerful healing tool. Perhaps the most famous case of laughter’s healing power is the 1979 book Anatomy of an Illness by Norman Cousins, editor of the Saturday Review. He said laughter helped heal him from a potentially fatal disease.
As my friend said, laughing just plain helps us feel good about ourselves.
This sounds so simple, but feeling good is the “secret” to all you wish for. Especially feeling good about yourselves.
Feeling good is the key to abundance, healthy relationships, healthy bodies, and all else you’ve ever dreamed of having in your lives.
It’s all a matter of vibration, friends. When you are feeling good you’re vibrating at a high level. You are living in the frequency your higher selves live in all the time. You are literally moving into a higher dimension, an alternate reality — a reality where all things are possible. Even what you call miracles.
As we said, it sounds so simple. People have often asked us, “Spirit, it can’t be that easy! Is just feeling good going to help me create the life of my dreams?”
The answer is “Absolutely yes!” Feeling good is the key to the life of your dreams.
However, if you pay too much attention to what’s going on in your world today, especially all the “bad” news in your mainstream news media, you’ll get depressed.
Focus instead on all the “good” news out there. There’s far more of that than the bad. But you have to do a little digging to find it. You won’t see much of it in your mainstream news media.
The “bottom line” here today, friends, is this:
Do whatever it takes to make yourselves feel good. Period! Make that the guiding light of your lives.
Laughing is one powerful way to feel good. There are also many others. But laughing is one of the best and most effective. Best of all, it’s freely available to you at any moment you choose.
Make your life a laughing matter. Then you will soar