It’s Gonna Be Best Day Of My Life : 5 Mantras for Happy Life

We live in the age of chaos and commotion where happiness is becoming scarce by the day. Spiritual healers, meditators and yogis preach that happiness is not a state of nirvana which occurs only if certain conditions are met- it in fact is beyond external events. We are stuck in a vicious cycle of basing our happiness on and comparing ourselves with others hence setting up a lifelong trap of an emotional rollercoaster.



We propose outlining mantras to develop a habit of happiness. Mantras are like ‘power boosters’- they are short words and/or phrases which inspire you to bounce back, feel the happiness and power of positivity transform your mindset specially during challenging times.

Repeating a mantra (almost chanting it) helps create an environment of consciousness by the sheer use of concentration which releases spiritual energy. This energy can be channeled to take charge of your emotions and drive the positive change in your life.  A ‘mantra’ can be ANYTHING: a song, some lyrics, an inspirational quote, some words that you read somewhere or heard someone speak- as long as it resonates with you and makes you feel inspired!

Here are the 5 mantras we feel work best for us:

  1. Each day is a new beginning

What happened yesterday is past, what will happen tomorrow is future- what you have today is your present, make most of it and treat each day like a new beginning to start afresh and progress ahead.

Everyday is new Beginning

  1. Every mistake is a chance to learn

We are human beings and there is no such thing as perfection. We are bound to make mistakes so stop killing yourself over something that went wrong or a decision that did not turn out in your favor. Treat each mistake as a learning to improve yourself in future.

Every Mistake is a chance to Learn



  1. Change what you can and make peace with what you can’t

The essence of life lies in knowing, accepting and adapting. You cannot influence or change everything- so change what you can and for what you can’t- come to terms with it. The more you resist, the more damaging it becomes so breathe, let go and smile.

Change what you can and make peace with what you can’t

  1. Comparison is the thief of Joy

Advancements in technological arena- while have contributed significantly in the development of the civilization, they have left us overexposed to information. Everything is available everywhere and our personal lives are not so personal anymore! We are trapped in a constant cycle of comparison with others and this has given a rise to banes like deception, showing off and exaggeration. Break away from the habit of measuring your success and happiness relative to others- you are what you are, you have a path of your own and you will realize your own destiny. Quit making yourself miserable over what others have achieved or are doing. Find inner happiness in your ‘own’ life.

Comparison is the thief of Joy



  1. It’s got to be better than I think

This phrase reminds you that your thoughts and mindset can simply not gauge the possibilities that become available to you once you detach yourself from over thinking. As humans, we tend to undermine our achievements and success. What is needed is for us to celebrate, practice gratitude and be content for what you accomplish in life. Treat yourself with optimism and care.

It’s got to be better than I think

Mantras can act as your anchor to constantly remind you of your purpose in life, bring you back on track when you sway on the path of negativity and help you compose your thoughts around positivity and optimism. Repeating your mantra can help you take charge of your emotions and silence the ‘little voice’ in your head which gives you discomfort.



You may feel that your mantra isn’t working- here is when you need to exercise persistence and repeat it anyway. Just say it again and again and surround yourself with constant reminders, practice it to a point where it becomes a reality for you. It should no longer feel like a mere word or phrase but rather it resonates as a part of who you are! Share your mantras with us in the comments section below and help us spread the power of positivity.

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It’s Gonna Be Best Day Of My Life : 5 Mantras for Happy Life

We live in the age of chaos and commotion where happiness is becoming scarce by the day. Spiritual healers, meditators and yogis preach that happiness is not a state of nirvana which occurs only if certain conditions are met- it in fact is beyond external events. We are stuck in a vicious cycle of basing our happiness on and comparing ourselves with others hence setting up a lifelong trap of an emotional rollercoaster.



We propose outlining mantras to develop a habit of happiness. Mantras are like ‘power boosters’- they are short words and/or phrases which inspire you to bounce back, feel the happiness and power of positivity transform your mindset specially during challenging times.

Repeating a mantra (almost chanting it) helps create an environment of consciousness by the sheer use of concentration which releases spiritual energy. This energy can be channeled to take charge of your emotions and drive the positive change in your life.  A ‘mantra’ can be ANYTHING: a song, some lyrics, an inspirational quote, some words that you read somewhere or heard someone speak- as long as it resonates with you and makes you feel inspired!

Here are the 5 mantras we feel work best for us:

  1. Each day is a new beginning

What happened yesterday is past, what will happen tomorrow is future- what you have today is your present, make most of it and treat each day like a new beginning to start afresh and progress ahead.

Everyday is new Beginning

  1. Every mistake is a chance to learn

We are human beings and there is no such thing as perfection. We are bound to make mistakes so stop killing yourself over something that went wrong or a decision that did not turn out in your favor. Treat each mistake as a learning to improve yourself in future.

Every Mistake is a chance to Learn



  1. Change what you can and make peace with what you can’t

The essence of life lies in knowing, accepting and adapting. You cannot influence or change everything- so change what you can and for what you can’t- come to terms with it. The more you resist, the more damaging it becomes so breathe, let go and smile.

Change what you can and make peace with what you can’t

  1. Comparison is the thief of Joy

Advancements in technological arena- while have contributed significantly in the development of the civilization, they have left us overexposed to information. Everything is available everywhere and our personal lives are not so personal anymore! We are trapped in a constant cycle of comparison with others and this has given a rise to banes like deception, showing off and exaggeration. Break away from the habit of measuring your success and happiness relative to others- you are what you are, you have a path of your own and you will realize your own destiny. Quit making yourself miserable over what others have achieved or are doing. Find inner happiness in your ‘own’ life.

Comparison is the thief of Joy



  1. It’s got to be better than I think

This phrase reminds you that your thoughts and mindset can simply not gauge the possibilities that become available to you once you detach yourself from over thinking. As humans, we tend to undermine our achievements and success. What is needed is for us to celebrate, practice gratitude and be content for what you accomplish in life. Treat yourself with optimism and care.

It’s got to be better than I think

Mantras can act as your anchor to constantly remind you of your purpose in life, bring you back on track when you sway on the path of negativity and help you compose your thoughts around positivity and optimism. Repeating your mantra can help you take charge of your emotions and silence the ‘little voice’ in your head which gives you discomfort.



You may feel that your mantra isn’t working- here is when you need to exercise persistence and repeat it anyway. Just say it again and again and surround yourself with constant reminders, practice it to a point where it becomes a reality for you. It should no longer feel like a mere word or phrase but rather it resonates as a part of who you are! Share your mantras with us in the comments section below and help us spread the power of positivity.

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