Bliss is a state of being when time ceases to exist; the senses absorb maximum pleasure, and elation characterizes one's outlook. In other words, bliss is being high on life. In order to experience bliss, you must hold a firm conviction it exists. As easy as this sounds, most people are not completely convinced about bliss. The mass consciousness feeds this lack of optimism by convincing us "pain is gain" or "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." We may also have learned to feel guilt when we allow ourselves pleasure.
In order to attain bliss in your life, you must wholeheartedly believe it is possible! When I teach my "Blissful Living" class, I "measure" how much each student believes bliss exists by using kinesiology. Kinesiology, or muscle testing, is used by chiropractors to determine if a bone is mis-aligned. When we resonate or are aligned, the muscle is strong. When we do not resonate or are out of alignment, the muscle is weak. We can measure our subconscious programming via this technique. All of my students strongly desire bliss. Yet they are less than 40% sure bliss exists. Many are only about 25% sure. How can you experience bliss if you only partially believe in it?
It is important to resonate 100% with the belief bliss is attainable. In order to shift your subconscious belief system to complete alignment, conduct the following exercise: