Laughter Yoga has made me a better human being in many respects. I can now relate to people more warmly and add some joy to their lives. The hesitation has gone. I look forward to meeting and greeting people. The people also sense my inner warmth and respond smilingly. My inter-personal skills have improved tremendously.
As a person, I have matured and mellowed to a great extent. Just as Sachin Tendulkar seems to have all the time in the world to play his cricketing shots, I find more time to respond to a situation and the quality of response has certainly improved. All the stress and tension is gone. There is a feeling of tranquility and trust that things will go right. There are no worries and unnecessary apprehensions. I have gained the confidence that I can handle things smoothly. I feel more relaxed.
I find a greater meaning in my life. I add value and joy to the lives of scores of human beings with each sunrise and feel fulfilled in my heart as the sun sets. There is a mission to which I am devoted whole-heartedly and feel rewarded in my pursuit. It is a great experience touching the lives of young children and the elderly people. There can be nothing more satisfying.
In my journey of Laughter Yoga, I have come close to several people and institutions and realized that I can contribute a lot. I have become a more understanding and compassionate human being, inclined to acts that usher sunshine into dark areas. I am able to see more clearly what needs to be done for the under-privileged and find myself in a position to do something about it.
I am a trainer and facilitator at my workplace. Now, I can walk into any class and break the ice spontaneously. I can have heart-to-heart talks, full of intimacy, and impart lessons of authentic happiness in a subtle, yet effective, manner. I can lead any group to joyful singing, dancing, laughter and play whenever required to enhance their training experience. I have something in my armoury to give it to them which will have a lot of back-home utility in enriching their lives and the lives of their near and dear ones.
I spread the message of health, happiness and peace wherever I go. I make it a point to meet as many people as possible and laugh with them. I prefer to spend more and more quality time with human beings rather than indulging in fleeting, worldly pleasures. The entire focus of my life has shifted to contributing my bit for the good of human beings.
I have become more caring and loving for those around me. I communicate better, feel fearless and more effective. Laughter Yoga is gradually transforming me to a better and better human being everyday.