Bite Size Happiness – Volume 1 – A Little, Yet Powerfully Positive Book

Bite Size Happiness – Volume 1 – A Little, Yet Powerfully Positive Book

Are you looking for a little book filled with happiness? Then let me introduce you to Bite Size Happiness – Volume 1 by Jarls Forsman and Steve Sekhon

Bite Size Happiness is filled with tiny nuggets of beautiful wisdom, that range from profound to simply kind, but all are positive and uplifting in nature. Yes, we may all have heard these titbits before in some form or another, but this book gives you the opportunity to incorporate this wisdom into your daily routine if you let it into your heart and mind.

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It does what it promises with elegance – sharing a simple note, that can make you happy if you take the advice to heart.

Here is an example of a typical entry, and my personal thoughts on it:

“Two people can encounter the same situation, have totally different experiences, and both believe that their own version is accurate. That’s because outer circumstances don’t create your experience, your beliefs do. You’re free to change those if you want.

Free will.”

This entry specifically spoke to me, as I am reading this, because this happens to be one day after having a confirmed diagnosis of a rare genetic chronic illness. I could have considered this devastating news – even if it only confirmed my suspicions – but instead, I looked at it as an empowering opportunity to resolve to make the best out of my life, and my broken body from this moment on, no matter what.

That was my choice.

Someone else could have the same diagnosis, and look at it as something that would break them, something that would make them less.

I think it simply makes me different.

Here are some of the other topics covered in this book:

  • The Alchemy of Difference
  • Giving Enriches
  • Thoughts Give Birth
  • Be Grateful Now
  • Deliberate Mastery
  • Adapt with Flexibility
  • The Peaceful Present
  • Internal Consistency

and many more.

While not meant as a journal, I can absolutely see how these pages could be easily used as journal prompts, and with that, opportunities to dig deeper, and find ways to implement these little practices into your day.

From the moment, I started reading Bite Size Happiness, to its last page, it made me smile. It is a book, that I will revisit again.

Book Rating:

5 out of 5 Stars

Book Details:

Authors: Jarls Forsman and Steve Sekhon

Genre: Self-Help, Positive Thinking

Publication Date: April 5th, 2015

Publisher: Infinite Monkey Publishing

Acquired via personal purchase

 

Book Summary:

Dear Beautiful Human,

Bite Size Happiness is a compilation of our daily meditations that we distilled down into short, simple ideas.
Why? They’re easier to follow and more fun to practice.
What can you achieve by reading Bite Size Happiness?

– Understand… The connection between your thoughts and feelings in order to change how you handle life.

– Energize… Yourself so you walk through life with presence and joy.

– Train… Yourself to focus your attention on what you want to manifest as well as who you want to become.

– Attract… The energy, harmony, and people you deserve to have in your life.
We hope you enjoy reading these bite size nuggets as much as we enjoyed writing them.

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4 thoughts on “Bite Size Happiness – Volume 1 – A Little, Yet Powerfully Positive Book”

  • Interesting details to know about a book and surely the information embedded in this book are powerful enough to change anyone’s mentality or perception towards happiness based on the summary I read. Bite size happiness seems like a very powerful book that will help us all to hone our skill in thinking more positively and using our mindset and freewill towards being positive. To be honest, I’m getting curious to have my hands on this book. Thanks

  • A very wonder blog post this is. The book seem to be very helpful in the lives of people who get mentally down.  Most people of which I happen to have problems which disturb their mind alot. I for example go into depression and mood swings alot and it really affects my family alot. I’d love to puchase every volume of this post. 

  • Hi there,

    Thank you for this wonderful book review. The words are so powerful, genuine it touched my heart.

    In The How of Happiness, psychologist Sonja Lyubomirsky says that 50 percent of happiness is genetically predetermined. The remaining another half can take scientifically chosen steps.  Some of these are

    1)  Do what are you are good at 2)  Helping others (not getting help) gives you natural happiness 3) Be grateful and write a gratitude journal at the end of the day 4) Have a few real friends outside of work, inside work and family, social media. 5) train your mind and convince yourself that more money can never make you happier 6) Actively pursue your dreams.

    I am eager to know how this book instills happiness. 

    I loved the subtitles of specific topics. It increases my appetite to read this book for sure. 

    Everyone on earth needs to happy. It is contagious. A happy life is a blessing.

    I am sure this book will serve as an important source to help people getting a truly happy life.

    • I am a fan of gratitude journals and can attest how well they work to assist with the cultivation of happiness. Thank you for your kind comment – blessings! 

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