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Socialize! – Positive Reflection Of The Week

10 Tips To Help You Socialize! – Article by Shahwana

“There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved.” – George Sand

Love usually comes with happiness. We feel happier when we are among our friends, loved ones and people who love and trust us. We feel comfortable being with people who love us anyway, people who don’t criticize or humiliate us; people who accept us as we are.

It is important to have good friends. Good friends and family are one of the greatest assets in life. Loneliness often leads to depression, sadness and insecurity, while loving other people and being loved, bring happiness. Sometimes long hours of work, being busy and focused on things we aim to achieve, make us forget the importance of socializing and spending quality time with our friends and loved ones. And, when we realize their importance, it is often too late. Let’s not fall into this trap. Work is always there! Spending some quality time with friends and family are equally or even more important than work.

Online chatting and messaging is not considered socializing; even telephone calls are not as good as meeting someone in person. Only when we meet a person, feel his/her presence and be with him/her, energy transfers between us. We need to have friends. We need to visit our family on a regular basis, or else one day we’ll wake up and regret not seeing anyone in our life that we care about. Thus, to be happy, we need to socialize!

“The real cause of psychological ailments is insufficient Soul Contact. Love is therapeutic!” – Master Choa Kok Sui

Being more social isn’t about pleasing everyone around you. Seriously! There’s nothing wrong with chilling at home and binge-watching your favourite show after a long week. Putting yourself out there can look different for everyone. Maybe for you, it’s about hanging with some of your closest pals or chatting it up with the pizza delivery guy.

Here’s a look at 10 tips to help you better connect with others. If some of these tips aren’t the right fit, feel free to ditch them altogether and try something else. What’s important is that you find the joy in connecting!

• Share ideas
• Start Conversations
• Plan trips where skills can be learnt
• Have cooking classes, & invite friends
• Create clubs
• Plan a ‘Service Day’ together to give charity
• Plan movie nights
• Get involved when friends need your help
• Meditate together
• Go for walks

Remember, life is short, so make the best out of your moment now, if you have friends, count yourself lucky!



Shahwana Khanam – Pranic Healer

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