Richard Gere’s Tips for Healthier and Happier Life

Richard Gere

The famous Hollywood actor Richard Gere has been engaged in the search for happiness as a way of fighting internal storms and finding balance. The “Pretty Woman” star and Golden Globe winner was a student of philosophy before becoming an actor, which led him to discover Buddhism. Gere has devoted his life to meditation and is a well-known activist for human rights. He has defined the conquest of happiness as a daily struggle in which you have to use your heart and mind.

Here are his tips for healthier and happier life:

-Practice art – if you need to, find a teacher who will help you express yourself;
-Avoid toxic and negative people;
-Do something different every day – take a different path home and try to enter new places;
-Don’t limit yourself in the way you dress, the decoration of your home or music – enjoy something new every day;
-Find some positive news every day and share it with someone you love;
-Practice kindness and detachment, and learn how to receive;
-Judge less or even better, don’t judge at all;
-Live each moment to the fullest.

-Forget about your age – after all, it’s just a number;
-Improve the relationships with people around you and you will improve the quality of your skin;
-Wake up with a smile on your face every day;
-Have fun in what you like to do;
-Eat a healthy diet, try not to overeat and balance the proteins, carbs and fats;
-Stay physically active – walk, run or practice some sport every day;
-Try to see every obstacle in your life as a lesson which will make you stronger going forward;
-Be grateful for what you have;
-Express yourself and listen to others. Open up new channels of communication and learn how to use new technologies;

h/t: www.naturalhealingmagazine.com

 

One thought on “Richard Gere’s Tips for Healthier and Happier Life

  • April 8, 2017 at 2:49 pm
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    Great advice. Many of the things he mentions I used to practice daily. I am going to get on track again. Thanks Richard.

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