JKYog Sets Global Launches #Happiness Challenge
People Around the World Take On New Year #Happiness Challenge
Starting December 31st, people from all walks of life around the world will take on a challenge to take happiness to the next level. They can take the challenge on their own on-line or in a group setting.
Inspired by the challenge, people across the globe are taking on a special new year resolution of achieving real happiness, instead of simply conveying new years wishes. Over the first 21 days of January, each day of the #HappinessChallenge people will take away practical tools and navigational guide for their own path to happiness. Daily group happiness activities in Allen, TX will be followed live around the world through social media.
We are all in constant pursuit, yet somehow more often we experience stress and anxiety. No matter what we seem to do, happiness seems to escapes us, or remains only for a brief while. "One of the most pleasing and beneficial arts in our life we can learn is the art of happiness," says Swami Mukundananda, international authority on mind management and creator of the challenge.
Focusing on building inward happiness is a truly a small investment that has been scientifically and medically proven to improve better overall health, reduce stress, improve relationships, and increase energy and productivity.
Happiness Ambassadors, volunteers who inspire others to take part in the challenge, have organized a growing number of events in USA, Canada, many parts of Asia, and Europe. Starting January 1st, thousands of Happiness Ambassadors across the globe are organizing both private and public group events to inspire people to participate in the challenge.
Organizers are setting up Happiness Concierges in public and private places where they will dispense doses of cheer, smiles as well as learning resources about the art of happiness.
Having a global wide community focus on inner happiness will not only spread joy and sunshine inside, but it will have an outward positive effect on individuals and communities. It only takes a few percent of people around the world to have a huge impact on outlook, community cohesiveness, and even peace around the world.
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