I'm always on the lookout for research which shines a light on the ways that what we as individuals decide to do (or not do) in our daily lives shapes or influences our practice, and our brain in its journey towards Happiness through mindfulness. As always,Mindful Magazine(mindful.org) has these valuable little summaries of the implications of neuroscience research for us as practitioners of mindful meditation and practice.
Check this one out, and please offer your take on it in reply here -- love to hear other voices here on mindfulvets.net (smile) :
How Habits and Happiness are Linked By Mindful Magazine(mindful.org Staff )| February 9, 2018
Happiness doesn't always make us feel happy, says New York Times bestselling author Gretchen Rubin. That's because it's a complex state of well-being that requires awareness of both positive and negative emotions, personal values, temperaments, and habits. To read the whole article (short one really) click-push HERE.