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What is our natural emotional state of being?

Jacob Teitelbaum
Integrative Medicine

Happiness is our natural state of being.  It is who we are.  This state of happiness is obvious when you look at little children before they take on society’s beliefs.  Their natural state is to feel all of their feelings without resistance, leaving them free to spend most of their time smiling and playful.  Perhaps this is why it has been said, “As a child shall we enter the kingdom of God.”

 


Three Steps to Happiness! Healing Through Joy

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Three Steps to Happiness! Healing Through Joy

Happiness is our natural state of being. It is who we are. This happiness is obvious when you look at little children before they take on society’s beliefs. Their natural state is to feel all of...

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