Three Simple But Important Reasons To Reclaim YOUR Joy

Three Simple But Important Reasons to Reclaim Your Joy
© Irene Becker


“Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.” Joseph Campbell

While we all need joy, achieving joy starts with wanting joy.  If we do not want joy, then trying to achieve it is akin to trying to light a fire with wet wood.

Joy is the seedbed for energy, for vitality, inspiration and innovation. Vitality, inspiration and innovation make us happy, give us the impetus to create prosperity and pave the way for abundance in every area of our life.   Without joy we will eventually find ourselves in the throes of a personal energy crisis, a bastion of fatigue, distraction, inaction, inertia, miscommunication and discontent.

If you are in the throes of a personal energy crisis, a period of depleted joy, remember that the power to reclaim your joy, your  energy lies with you.


ONE Passion is born of joy. Passion is paramount to our vitality, our inspiration and our ability to create innovation. Without passion, we find our self in a personal energy crisis, an abyss of mental, physical and spiritual fatigue.  Passion is a purposeful, authentic ingredient that makes everything else fall into place.

TWO You cannot hold joy in your hands, you cannot reach it with your intellect.  Joy is the energy and power of your heart, the seedbed of positive emotion and authentic desire. 

THREE Joy grows when we revere and appreciate relationships. Amidst fierce competition in every industry, constant change, each relationship we have is a powerful vortex that creates opportunities for both financial and personal growth and success.

BEST REASON TO RE-DISCOVER YOUR JOY SPOT: YOUR happiness, your fulfillment, your health, your well-being, your potential, your life BEST and WELL lived. Brain science now tells us that priming your brain to be happy is critical to success and wellbeing. Take a walk on the path less travelled by focusing on reclaiming YOUR JOY SPOT!

© Irene Becker

8 replies
  1. Michelle Tranter
    Michelle Tranter says:

    I love this post Irene, thank you.

    I agree, the more we can make time for those things and people that provide us with energy, the more often we can hit that “joyspot”. I often recommend to my clients to get back in touch with what they enjoyed to do as children, to connect with the people they love spending time with and to schedule energising activity into every week.

    Conversley, by becoming aware of those things (and/or people) that bring us negative energy, perhaps feelings of sadness, fear, disappointment, anger, and finding ways to reduce or eliminate these from our lives, provides opportunity to increase our exposure to our “joyspot”.

    Keep up the great work!

    • Irene Becker
      Irene Becker says:

      You are SO welcome, Michelle. Thank you for taking the time to write and share your feedback. I work in service, and knowing that a post was helpful to you is a great gift.

      It is only through finding our joyspot, through realizing our passion point-our true purpose that we can evolve, grow and share our true potential. Brain science now tells us that negativity is what our brain is automatically primed for…Yes, a vestige from our caveman/woman days when we were surrounded by predators. However, today it is our ability to see opportunities, to transform challenges and to recognize that priming our brain to be positive so that we can truly tap into our potential that is not important but critical.

      The world abounds with negativity, and with toxic thoughts and people. Healthy living, empowerment, engagement, leadership….HAPPINESS start from finding and holding on to our joyspot!

      Wishing you a joyful and wonderful day and weekend.


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  3. irene
    irene says:

    Happy Tips, Thanks for posting my article on your blog. Look forward to learning more about your work. I have another 70+ posts for the blog, so stay tuned!


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