8 Japanese Words to Become Happy

The Magic Words

One of the great person I like listening to has said in his video. According to him every day we should say 8 words to become happy. These are the magic words. I want to share with you because in 2022 I want everyone become much happier!

1)TSUITERU

Thinking ourselves as a lucky person is very important. More you think you are lucky more luck will knock your door.

I am lucky

Watashi wa tuiteru wa/yoー私はついてるわ・よ。

2) URESHII

Even if you are not glad or not feel joyful, just say it. As you say it you feel a joy! And joyful things come around.

Glad/joyful

Totemo ureshii – とてもうれしい・嬉しい。

3) TANOSHII

Life is not all about having a fun, we all encounter sufferings too but if we say life is enjoyable, then it will be.

Enjoyable/fun

Tanoshii- たのしい・楽しい。

4) AISHITE MASU

To love ourselves first in particular is very important, without loving ourselves no one loves us and we can not love others either. First we must love ourselves.

Love

Aishite iru – あいしている・愛している。

5) KANSHA SHIMASU

It is similar to “thank you” but having attitude to gratitude is the way to become happy. To appreciate things and someone often then more things that we appreciate would happen again and again.

Grateful/appreciate

Kansha shimasu – かんしゃします・感謝します。

6) SHIAWASE

Everyone wants to become happy so let’s say it “I am happy” then happiness will come to you.

Happy

Shiawase desu – しあわせです・幸せです。

7) ARIGATO

I think most of people know this word. Easy to say it. Having a habit of saying “Thank you” to anyone is a way to make others happy as well as ourselves.

Thank you

Arigato – ありがとう・有難う。

8) YURUSHI MASU  

Forgiving yourself and someone who hurts you is very important thing to become happy. If we are stuck with emotion of “hate” which is a great negative energy that we create we will never be able to move forward. We are king of living in a past.

Forgive

Yurushimasu – ゆるします・許します・

Arigato

I hope you find it easy to use those expressions.

Thank you for dropping by.

About mkchatinjapanese

I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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