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Happy Face

A smiley face is simple and plain, but a Happy face is knowing and sure.

Happy knows that all is well, troubles can be overcome, challenges accepted and contentment comes from within.

Mood Wheel
Mood Wheel Diagram

Primary Mood

Primary Mood

Primary Mood

secondary mood

secondary mood

secondary mood

The Mood Wheel

The Primary Moods (Basic Moods):

Glad (Yellow) - joy, mirth, exuberance - Acceptance of Pleasure

Mad (Red) - anger, fury, wrath - Conflict with Pain

Sad (Blue) - sorrow, melancholy, grief - Acceptance of Pain

The Secondary Moods (Compound Moods):

Hope (Orange) - [Mad + Glad] expectation, ambition, want - Anticipation of Pleasure


Guilt (Green) - [Sad + Glad]  shame, contrition, regret - Conflict with Pleasure

Fear (Purple) - [Mad + Sad] panic, dread, distress - Anticipation of Pain

The Happy Will can utilize the Moods as needed without wallowing or fighting them.

NOTE: While Happy is usually represented in yellow, it is more accurately a brilliant, golden cascade of colors like staring into the sun, but only slightly less blinding.



The Three Great Considerations

(or the Three Great Perspectives)

The Three Main
Happy Ways of Interacting with Reality

Art - Access the
Happy around and within you. Art asks "How?"

Science - Study
Happy to better understand it. Science asks "What?"

Philosophy - Ponder the
Happy possibilities. Philosophy asks "Why?"

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L.A.U.G.H. Happy

Love the possibility within yourself,
Appreciate that other have it too,
Understand the connection that provides,
Gather with those who agree, and
Help others achieve balance and growth to realize and express the
Happy within.

Appreciate Happy
Understand Happy
Gather Happy
Help Happy

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Happy Constant

The Universal Metaphysical Constant is

Having a little
Happy is the same as being All Happy.

Happy Concentration is One, Happy One, All.

Happy is an absolute solution.

Even its mirror image is still

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3 Great Considerations
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