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Happy

Keyword #1 Happy (PAX Partnership + S.H. Lead Partner)


Alpha Gent lead Partner wrote these

A series on Happiness:

Part 1: Four levels to achieve Happiness 1. Tolerate what is around us. Embrace and accept, we may not agree, but accept and embrace. · Challenges to tolerance are our desire to compare. Compare ourselves to others. · Comparison injures both the person comparing (the perception we do not measure up – demeaning or undervaluing who we are) and the reference (depreciates the whole of the other person and only views them in the narrow bandwidth we are comparing ourselves to). · We are unique beings – no need to compare.


A continuation on Happiness: Part 2: Four levels to achieve Happiness Be centered enough to NOT defend ourselves. When we defend, we are not fully present, rather living in story outside of now. When we do find ourselves defending, have the skills to return to center as quickly as possible. What must we practice to maintain centeredness? What are our habitual responses? Are we tight, turn away, etc? what is our breath?


A continuation on Happiness: Part 3: Four levels to achieve Happiness Gently hold your expectations and our identity. Rather than holding them tightly and vigorously. Be flexible with them.


A continuation on Happiness: Part 4: Four levels to achieve Happiness Create a large enough story to hold all, both “good” and “bad”. Allow room to experience all that could happen and not just what you want to happen. Practice Questions: With whom/what do I compare myself to? What do I do (how well) to manage comparisons? How do I respond to failure, betrayal, disappointment? What is my story about my life? What do I see life is about?


***Happy does not include dark triad behavior, but rather, clean decent behavior with Do No Harm. I am not responsible for you, because you are responsible for you. Based on the boundaries, if your definition of Happy is not in alignment with this.


The Value and Power of Happy with Natural + The Science of Happy + Happy on a Deeper Think + The Breakfast of Champions with Feedback / The Organic Infinite Positive Feedback Circuit Loop


Version 15 Liebert Thing #4 Proof Keyword #1 Happy 

The Value and Power of Happy with Natural


  1. Highest level of success

  2. Happy genius (phrase I coined 3 years ago)

  3. Greatest Value

  4. True Enlightenment

  5. Happy with Self

  6. Good Health

  7. Freedom/Free Will

  8. Natural

  9. Wealth

  10. Spiritual Value

  11. Asking questions

  12. Depth

  13. Way of Life

  14. Choices

  15. Scientific Value

  16. Elegant Cooperation and Partnership

  17. Wisdom

  18. A process

  19. Practice

  20. Health/Body/Regenerative/Generate

  21. Alignment

  22. A Frequency of Energy

  23. Inseparably connected with clean, decent behavior

  24. Thinking/Thought, Keyword #1 Proves "The Miraculist is first Thought Circuit" in 4 years daily consecutively with E & P Theory with Dopamine Feedback Loops in the brain

  25. The Whole Point

  26. A State of Mind

  27. Variable (Happy can change day to day, or it can be consistent in belief, action, behavior, and habit)

  28. Simplicity



Happiness is a variable

Happiness is a variable. There is no specific content of experience which makes or induces ‘happiness’. Happiness, I feel, is a mindset, a balance, an outlook, in part a result of health and psycho-physiological homeostaisis. It has much to do with how you are receptive to the environment around you. Happiness is awareness, a knowing on how to absorb the experiences of life and how we can be optimally functional in whatever situation. Happiness is maximizing all that you have, all that which brings fulfillment, in a way that can be maintained with your individual faculties. Being a technical master of your craft but being constantly anxious about perfecting it to an external standard beyond your control may not be a ‘happy’ place regardless of how good it may seem on the surface. On the other hand, one who is not so bent on achieving their passions to a degree beyond what they are able, may be more ‘happy’ because their focus is on their own practice of something, as opposed to an expectation. Happiness is being connected. Happiness is congruence between a mindset and working with your current capabilities and expanding from that. In the end, all that I’ve detailed here defines nothing; it is whatever it means to you because happiness is subjective altogether. You create your happiness as you see fit.

Blessings,

D


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ZZZZZZZ. The Science of (Self) Happy, Joy, and Love (Serotonin and Dopamine) with Kind, Free Will Choice, Dopamine, Dopamine Neuron, Happy, Smart, E & P Theory Feedback Loops in the Brain

Listening to the music you love will make your brain release more dopamine, study finds https://www.psypost.org/2019/02/listening-to-the-music-you-love-will-make-your-brain-release-more-dopamine-study-finds-53059?fbclid=IwAR1CyS6sXGeBejQ46Ube6hP-7X7aIwI6fVoGRs9QfzAPg_hct5LOaJDF8bQ


“In everyday life, humans regularly seek participation in highly complex and pleasurable experiences such as music listening, singing, or playing, that do not seem to have any specific survival advantage. Understanding how the brain translates a structured sequence of sounds, such as music, into a pleasant and rewarding experience is thus a challenging and fascinating question,” said study author Laura Ferreri, an associate professor in cognitive psychology at Lyon University.


Fly protein has protective effect on dopaminergic neurons

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-10-protein-effect-dopaminergic-neurons.html?fbclid=IwAR3HcTWgMVgszhVeVw_JIIJAzlzqbfc2yXEz3JKA2igy2c2HiO6IOIt2k6Q

Using electrochemical probes transplanted into living human brains, researchers shed light on how serotonin acts.

http://neurosciencenews.com/serotonin-measured-humans-8921/

Keep calm and carry on: Scientists make first serotonin measurements in humans

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-04-calm-scientists-serotonin-humans.html

Dopamine Brain Boost Productivity

https://www.powerofpositivity.com/increase-dopamine-brain-boost-productivity/?c=viral

Science of Happy Relationships

https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom/posts/10155410948603527

Science now understands what we empaths have known intuitively = Kindness is good for your heart. Studies show that thinking about, observing or performing a kind act stimulates that vagus nerve, which literally warms up the heart and may be closely connected to the brain’s receptor networks for oxytocin, the soothing hormone involved in maternal bonding. Kindness also triggers the reward system in our brain’s emotion regulation center releasing dopamine, the hormone that’s associated with positive emotions and the sensation of a natural high.

Science of Happy Marriage

http://www.businessinsider.com/psychology-science-behind-long-happy-relationships-2017-5?utm_content=buffer55ba8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer-science

Dopamine Sparse Active Zone Release Site

https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/sparse-active-zone-like-release-sites-for-dopamine-discovered-297148

Serotonin and The Science of Happy return

https://fractalenlightenment.com/37261/life/6-ways-to-get-happier-naturally-by-boosting-your-serotonin-levels

There’s a Basic Chemical Formula for Love

https://trib.al/xtxoDvy

Dopamine neurons can fine-tune their signaling to a much greater degree than previously thought, a study finds.

http://bit.ly/2AeVPdt

More on how dopamine-containing vesicles respond to neuronal action: http://bit.ly/2BAYAEm

Read up on the brain’s secrets in our November issue: http://bit.ly/2BB3lOc

https://www.facebook.com/TheScientistMagazine/videos/1666327136723853/

Researchers discover a new mechanism that might allow neurons to control how much dopamine the cells send across the synapse.

http://bit.ly/2ADXSbW

“Turmeric boosts dopamine production”

Dopamine Boosts

https://fractalenlightenment.com/36799/life/9-ways-to-get-high-naturally-by-boosting-dopamine-levels

Parkinson’s and Dopamine return

In a hopeful note, treating dopamine-producing nerve cells with antioxidants lessened damage.

https://www.sciencenews.org/article/brain-chemical-lost-parkinsons-may-contribute-its-own-demise?mode=topic&context=69

Dopamine, The Science of Happy, Evolution/Anthropology, Smart

Huge Dose of Brain Chemical Dopamine May Have Made Us Smart

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2154343-huge-dose-of-brain-chemical-dopamine-may-have-made-us-smart/?utm_source=NSNS&utm_medium=ILC&utm_campaign=webpush&cmpid=ILC%257CNSNS%257C2016-GLOBAL-webpush-dopamine

Dopamine and the immune system

https://www.facebook.com/NeuroNewsResearch/videos/1833997076917656/

3 ways to boost dopamine

http://irelease.org/3-ways-to-boost-your-dopamine-levels/?utm_content=buffer1c4d6&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Neurochemistry of Love

https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom/videos/10155107802603527/

E & P Theory

https://www.facebook.com/themiraculist/posts/710147069194399

Do I have Free Will?

https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom/videos/10155107793433527/

Choice is Free Will, and how the subconscious processes are neural networks and feedback loops are part of mind and body in physics and factors in long-term habits, behaviors, motivation, intentions, plus Stages of Loss (emotional), with dopamine and serotonin.

The connection is how dopamine and serotonin is released in the brain. E & P Theory Feedback Loops in the brain connect physical of emotions, with choice.

Choice of Free Will

E.g.

Monday: Today working on self-love makes me happy and that is a consistent goal

Tuesday: Today the color teal makes me happy

The average length of a hug between two people is 3 seconds. But the researchers have discovered something fantastic. When a hug lasts 20 seconds, there is a therapeutic effect on the body and mind. The reason is that a sincere embrace produces a hormone called “oxytocin”, also known as the love hormone. This substance has many benefits in our physical and mental health, helps us, among other things, to relax, to feel safe and calm our fears and anxiety. This wonderful tranquilizer is offered free of charge every time we have a person in our arms, who cradled a child, who cherish a dog or a cat, that we are dancing with our partner, the closer we get to someone or simply hold the Shoulders of a friend.


A famous quote by psychotherapist Virginia Satir goes, “We need 4 hugs a day for survival. We need 8 hugs a day for maintenance. We need 12 hugs a day for growth.” Whether those exact numbers have been scientifically proven remains to be seen, but there is a great deal of scientific evidence related to the importance of hugs and physical contact. Here are some reasons why we should hug::


1. STIMULATES OXYTOCIN


Oxytocin is a neurotransmitter that acts on the limbic system, the brain’s emotional centre, promoting feelings of contentment, reducing anxiety and stress, and even making mammals monogamous. It is the hormone responsible for us all being here today. You see this little gem is released during childbirth, making our mothers forget about all of the excruciating pain they endured expelling us from their bodies and making them want to still love and spend time with us. New research from the University of California suggests that it has a similarly civilising effect on human males, making them more affectionate and better at forming relationships and social bonding. And it dramatically increased the libido and sexual performance of test subjects. When we hug someone, oxytocin is released into our bodies by our pituitary gland, lowering both our heart rates and our cortisol levels. Cortisol is the hormone responsible for stress, high blood pressure, and heart disease.


2. CULTIVATES PATIENCE


Connections are fostered when people take the time to appreciate and acknowledge one another. A hug is one of the easiest ways to show appreciation and acknowledgement of another person. The world is a busy, hustle-bustle place and we’re constantly rushing to the next task. By slowing down and taking a moment to offer sincere hugs throughout the day, we’re benefiting ourselves, others, and cultivating better patience within ourselves.


3. PREVENTS DISEASE


Affection also has a direct response on the reduction of stress which prevents many diseases. The Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine says it has carried out more than 100 studies into touch and found evidence of significant effects, including faster growth in premature babies, reduced pain, decreased autoimmune disease symptoms, lowered glucose levels in children with diabetes, and improved immune systems in people with cancer.


4. STIMULATES THYMUS GLAND


Hugs strengthen the immune system. The gentle pressure on the sternum and the emotional charge this creates activates the Solar Plexus Chakra. This stimulates the thymus gland, which regulates and balances the body’s production of white blood cells, which keep you healthy and disease free.


5. COMMUNICATION WITHOUT SAYING A WORD


Almost 70 percent of communication is nonverbal. The interpretation of body language can be based on a single gesture and hugging is an excellent method of expressing yourself nonverbally to another human being or animal. Not only can they feel the love and care in your embrace, but they can actually be receptive enough to pay it forward to others based on your initiative alone.


6. SELF-ESTEEM


Hugging boosts self-esteem, especially in children. The tactile sense is all-important in infants. A baby recognizes its parents initially by touch. From the time we’re born our family’s touch shows us that we’re loved and special. The associations of self-worth and tactile sensations from our early years are still imbedded in our nervous system as adults. The cuddles we received from our Mom and Dad while growing up remain imprinted at a cellular level, and hugs remind us at a somatic level of that. Hugs, therefore, connect us to our ability to self love.


7. STIMULATES DOPAMINE


Everything everyone does involves protecting and triggering dopamine flow. Low dopamine levels play a role in the neurodegenerative disease Parkinson’s as well as mood disorders such as depression. Dopamine is responsible for giving us that feel-good feeling, and it’s also responsible for motivation! Hugs stimulate brains to release dopamine, the pleasure hormone. Dopamine sensors are the areas that many stimulating drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamine target. The presence of a certain kinds of dopamine receptors are also associated with sensation-seeking.


8. STIMULATES SEROTONIN


Reaching out and hugging releases endorphins and serotonin into the blood vessels and the released endorphins and serotonin cause pleasure and negate pain and sadness and decrease the chances of getting heart problems, helps fight excess weight and prolongs life. Even the cuddling of pets has a soothing effect that reduces the stress levels. Hugging for an extended time lifts one’s serotonin levels, elevating mood and creating happiness.


9. PARASYMPATHETIC BALANCE


Hugs balance out the nervous system. The skin contains a network of tiny, egg-shaped pressure centres called Pacinian corpuscles that can sense touch and which are in contact with the brain through the vagus nerve. The galvanic skin response of someone receiving and giving a hug shows a change in skin conductance. The effect in moisture and electricity in the skin suggests a more balanced state in the nervous system – parasympathetic.

Embrace, embrace with your heart.~


The Science of Happy or The Breakfast of Champions

Vonnegut writes, quoting his uncle: “I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, ‘If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.’”

10 Ways to Increase Dopamine to Boost Brain Productivity

https://www.powerofpositivity.com/increase-dopamine-brain-boost-productivity/?c=viral

Oxytocin turns up the volume of your social environment

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-09-oxytocin-volume-social-environment.html

Dopamine is a key neurotransmitter for motivation, focus and productivity. Learn the symptoms of dopamine deficiency and natural ways to increase dopamine levels …

https://wakeup-world.com/2015/03/07/how-to-increase-dopamine-the-motivation-molecule/

The body naturally produces serotonin, dopamine, endorphins…

We might not have a money tree, but we can have a happiness tree. Dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins are the quartet responsible for our happiness.

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/hacking-into-your-happy-c_b_6007660.html

E & P Theory

Dopamine Levels, Neuraltransmitters, Feedback Pathway Loops in the Brain

Introverts prefer to use a different neurotransmitter called acetylcholine, Christine Fonseca wrote in her book Quiet Kids: Help Your Introverted Child Succeed in an Extroverted World. Like dopamine, acetylcholine is also linked to pleasure; the difference is, acetylcholine makes us feel good when we turn inward. It powers our abilities to think deeply, reflect, and focus intensely on just one thing for a long period of time. It also helps explain why introverts like calm environments—it’s easier to turn inward when we’re not attending to external stimulation.

http://earthables.com/introvert-extrovert-brain/

The body naturally produces serotonin, dopamine, endorphins…

We might not have a money tree, but we can have a happiness tree. Dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins are the quartet responsible for our happiness.

http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/hacking-into-your-happy-c_b_6007660.html

Although the neurotransmitter dopamine is most popularly linked to motivation and reward, a new study in Nature Neuroscience has more accurately identified dopamine’s role in movement. Scientists at Princeton University studied dopaminergic neurons in two areas of the striatrum, which oversees action planning, motivation and reward perception. The researchers found that while all of the neurons carried signals needed to learn and plan movement, one of the nerve bundles, the one that went to the region called the dorsomedial striatum, also carried a signal that could be used to control movements. The researchers used mice whose brains carry genetically altered cells that glow green when active and when dopamine is present (pictured: nucleus accumbens, left; dorsomedial striatum, right). Previous studies have failed to find a direct link between dopamine neuron activity and the control of movement or actions. Instead, the mainstream view suggested a more indirect role for dopamine than identified here. The researchers concluded that dopamine can have so many different functions is that its role depends on its anatomical target. Read more: bit.ly/243IDSr

Journal article: Reward and choice encoding in terminals of midbrain dopamine neurons depends on striatal target. Nature Neuroscience, 2016. doi:10.1038/nn.4287

Image credit: I. B. Witten et al., Nature Neuroscience



Happy

Keyword #1 Happy (PAX Partnership + S.H. Lead Partner)

Alpha Gent lead Partner wrote these

A series on Happiness:

Part 1: Four levels to achieve Happiness 1. Tolerate what is around us. Embrace and accept, we may not agree, but accept and embrace. · Challenges to tolerance are our desire to compare. Compare ourselves to others. · Comparison injures both the person comparing (the perception we do not measure up – demeaning or undervaluing who we are) and the reference (depreciates the whole of the other person and only views them in the narrow bandwidth we are comparing ourselves to). · We are unique beings – no need to compare.


A continuation on Happiness: Part 2: Four levels to achieve Happiness Be centered enough to NOT defend ourselves. When we defend, we are not fully present, rather living in story outside of now. When we do find ourselves defending, have the skills to return to center as quickly as possible. What must we practice to maintain centeredness? What are our habitual responses? Are we tight, turn away, etc? what is our breath?


A continuation on Happiness: Part 3: Four levels to achieve Happiness Gently hold your expectations and our identity. Rather than holding them tightly and vigorously. Be flexible with them.


A continuation on Happiness: Part 4: Four levels to achieve Happiness Create a large enough story to hold all, both “good” and “bad”. Allow room to experience all that could happen and not just what you want to happen. Practice Questions: With whom/what do I compare myself to? What do I do (how well) to manage comparisons? How do I respond to failure, betrayal, disappointment? What is my story about my life? What do I see life is about?


The new Breakfast of Champions, Happy and Feedback

The Science of Happy or The Breakfast of Champions

Vonnegut writes, quoting his uncle: “I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, ‘If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.’”

The Organic Infinite Positive Feedback Circuit Loop, original version





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