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Brain-Happiness Adaptation

Satisfactions -vs- Expectations




something similar is experienced by humans jumping and changing experiences – or- accelerating in frames of happiness.

A relative experience point of view, because happiness is so important to the brain that it would have its own reference to each individual.

The brain is good at surviving through shaping the interactions that result in happiness how redefining what they are or how they are triggered.

I believe that’s the reason children can adapt through touch psychological environments at the cost of whatever they become later on.

Because of human brains are limed and the same, as well as because of the universe entropy and life randomness, there come to be two types of happiness of experiencing happiness imagined as Sinusoidal waves:

First rule, is that happiness occurs and would only gravitate to its receivers.

Second rule, is that it doesn’t affect or matter to anything or anyone but the receiver.

The two types are, in summary: 

1- Expected satisfactions 

2- Satisfying expectations.


The first is outward driven but not healthy while the second is self driven and is what I think is one of nature’s best gifts that are free to grab once seen.


The first is the one experiences, proportionally with demands, extreme ends of cyclical bipolarism of hardily-climbed euphoria and sharply-inclined depressions.


The second one experiences, mildly with acceptance (lack of demands), leveled emotions of satisfactions (in +happiness) and ambitions (in -happiness). 

You don’t decide where you are on the map, or where you were born, but you control the direction of where you want to do next.


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