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Words Copyright @ 2012 Brian A. Brown

At the core level, happiness IS “fulfillment”, and the full development of your inner biological potential as a human being, whether it’s negative or positive. By definition, fulfillment is satisfaction or happiness as a result of fully developing one’s abilities or character. Yes, it’s possible to be “content” by just relaxing and taking life as it comes, but true human happiness comes from the fulfillment and development of your biological potential. Etched in a person’s biological DNA is their genetic potential and predispositions that we all feel at a deep and unconscious level, which drives us all to want what we want, and to do what we do. This DNA gives us our natural abilities and underlying character traits at the most basic level, before life experiences and human medicine alter it.

Of course, other factors also influence your goals, character, actions, and desires, such as your upbringing, serious injuries, early environment, etc., but these influences are only shaping and slightly altering, but NOT erasing or changing our original biological impulses. At the deepest physical level, our brains are hard-wired to try to steer us in the direction of our genetic predispositions and make-up. For example, the blueprint for a strong will, and a larger than average fight or flight response (or simply a bad temper) could be embedded within your inherited genetic traits. You could fulfill your “biological potential” in either a positive or negative way, such as using it to become a great athlete or professional fighter, or by becoming a killer and being locked away for the rest of your life. The key to life is to make the right choice in regards to your biological predisposition and/or yearnings. Seeing as our brains are made up of physical matter and are composed of this DNA, the way to become the happiest you can be (without spirituality) is by fulfilling your genetic potential. However, if you’d like to take your happiness a step further, spiritually aligning yourself with the Universal Source (or God) will be necessary, and is covered in my “True Key to Success and Happiness” Series.

As a side note, there is no clear-cut way of finding out exactly what your genetic predispositions are. You could possibly look into your family tree and find out the personality traits, physical build (which could give someone an edge in certain activities like sports or physical work), and talents of your parents and their parents, to get a better idea of what kind of genetics you’re working with. If you find that you manifest personality traits, dispositions, or talents that other family members have, you can begin to determine how you can fulfill or use that genetic aspect of yourself. Just make sure that you’re using it positively, and not in a way that harms or destroys others.

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