There’s a lot of research and conversation centered around bliss and happiness because both are very positive aspects of the human experience. The terms are often used interchangeably, and while connected, they’re not quite the same.


Happiness is an emotion while bliss is a state of mind.


Happiness is something you experience for a period of time and typically for a specific, external reason while bliss is something deeper and steadier. It is a continuous experience without any time limit, not triggered by external elements. It's just there … when you learn how to cultivate and nurture it.

Bliss gives us tools to ride the waves of life at a pretty smooth, even level while thoroughly enjoying the highs, seeing the lows for what they are without attaching additional drama, and finding the wonderful, touching or amusing aspects of the moments in between.


A blissful approach can help people:

  • Manage stress and anxiety more effectively

  • Develop interest and curiously about a wide range of topics

  • Have greater empathy and compassion toward those with whom we share the planet

  • Possess more energy and vitality

  • Navigate life’s ups and downs with equanimity

  • Communicate more effectively

  • Experience deeper, more meaningful relationships

  • Be more caring, warm and generous

  • Enjoy work and life exponentially more

If bliss sounds appealing, let's get you started cultivating it.

Boost your bliss with us via:

  1. One-minute #blisstip videos

  2. Our video resource library.

  3. Joining The Bliss Fix mailing list. 

  4. Coming soon: these blog posts.

  5. Coming soon: your own Learn How To Meditate guide.