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Unconventional Happiness

It’s great to see so many people embracing the “Happiness” movement these days.

This blog celebrates some of the more quirky and individualised ways that we find happiness. Maybe there are some new ideas amongst these for you to try . . .

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Having my face licked

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Having my face licked

Having my face licked

Erin loves having her face licked. Her second husband would lick it any time, any place! “I just love the sensation, and I don’t have to wash myself.”

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Howling wild

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Howling wild

Howling wild

Mary loves to howl – but never on a full moon. She likes it really dark and then goes outside and lets rip an awesome howl! She says it releases tension and makes her feel great! Check out Mary’s howl here >

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Cancer made me happy

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Cancer made me happy

Cancer made me happy

At the “Happiness and it’s Causes” Conference, Melissa reported that Cancer made her happy! Having being diagnosed with two different Ovarian cancers – one in each ovary, things were not looking great. “It made me stop and concentrate on myself”, she reports. “I came to realise that in my case it was my emotional body that gave me the cancer, not my physical body”. She later discovered Timeleine thereapy that worked on her subconscious reactions to things. “I’m now full of energy and happy all the time. Some of my friends are sick of me being happy all the time. I’ve let go of everything and I find things are just coming to me at just the right time...

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Blow-drying my parrot

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Blow-drying my parrot

Blow-drying my parrot

Maite has a baby parrot which can get a little over-excited at times. She calms him down by blowing him with a warm hair dryer. He loves it and it makes Maite happy seeing her parrot lushing it up in the warm...

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About this blog

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on About this blog

About this blog

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Tattoo pain

Posted by on Jun 19, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Tattoo pain

Tattoo pain

Lesley loves the process of getting a tattoo. “The pain can put you in a meditative process. I found myself humming to the sound of the drill.” She says she had a panic attack straight afterwards, and then went through a deepening of acceptance of her own body. “I was beaming when I left” Her tattoo translates as ‘Spirit Greatness’

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Becoming a turtle

Posted by on Jun 15, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Becoming a turtle

Becoming a turtle

Amanda, goes to the beach every Friday and sits on her favourite rock to visit her local neighbourhood turtle. In her mind she dives into the water to swim alongside him and become a turtle for a few minutes.

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Watching my dog track pigeons

Posted by on Jun 15, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Watching my dog track pigeons

Watching my dog track pigeons

Tonia loves nothing more than heading to the park with Bruce – her Rhodesian Ridge-back dogĀ  – and encouraging him to track pigeons. He fixates on the birds and will run circuits of the park much to the amusement of Tonia. He also loves to track kite-boarders at the beach.    

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Tobogganing Aussie style

Posted by on Jun 15, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Tobogganing Aussie style

Tobogganing Aussie style

Wendy is orignally from Scotland and tobogganing is her thing that instantly makes her happy. She now lives in Coughs Harbour where the nearest snow is 500km away, so she improvises with Mud slides.

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Jumping and spinning around

Posted by on May 31, 2013 in Unconventional Happiness Blog | Comments Off on Jumping and spinning around

Jumping and spinning around

11 year old April gets happy from jumping and spinning around at the same time. “You never know what you’re going to run into accidently and break and fall over!”

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