The content of today’s post is written by ANON. I know who ANON is, but their request is to remain behind the curtain, so I am of course honoring their wishes. As you will read below, ANON took matters in hand and sent me their version of my 3 Psychoanalytic Tips for Happiness Post. Here is the message I received and be assured that I am using it with permission:

“lol…. this list of yours felt too hard. So I was inspired to make my own version:

1. “Go with the flow” regarding the inevitable ups and downs of Life.

2. Accept and relax into my inherent uniqueness and the uniqueness of my path.

3. Learn from everything.

Ahhh!  That feels so good!”

I agree with ANON’s version and just have one question for you:

Do ANON’s words bring up different feelings than you experienced when you read my psychoanalytic words last week?

Please reply YES or NO. If you can describe the feelings you experienced when reading each version that would be lovely. This is an unofficial poll. All entries accepted except those that say MAYBE.

Be sure to tune in next week for a link to the podcast I recorded with an Angel Communicator! You don’t want to miss this!


4 Responses

  1. Re the lists – I haven’t been able to locate yours, but I know I react less positively to Anon’s. I think both lists are influenced by personality types (Jung again, MBTI). Anon would be at the further end of the P (prefers open-ended) scale, and you seem to be a more J sort of person (preferring a degree of planning/closure). All of which is unconscious until, as you say, it is made conscious. Her list is right for her, yours for you, and mine for mine. Feel free to share that too if it fits: For a definition of a good life… mine would include internal peace that is shaken but not wrecked by occasional external events, adequate food, shelter, and medical care, a life of simplicity that aims to help heal the planet, work for justice, acceptance of what is unchangeable by me, connection with the Source.

    • Thanks, Trish. I appreciated how you pointed out that often our decisions are influenced by our unconscious.

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