Bliss can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. From the smile of a newborn baby to a cold beer on a hot day, bliss is anything that makes us feel an innate and overwhelming sense of peace, joy and gratitude all in one overwhelming moment.
As real-live student of bliss, spiritual teacher, and author of “The Bliss Experiment: 28 Days to Personal Transformation” Sean Meshorer explains in the Huffington Post what he believes bliss to be, “Bliss isn’t hard to explain because it’s vague, inchoate, or unreal, but rather because it surpasses the capacity of language. Bliss is so vast, boundless, and immeasurable that it encompasses every possible word or definition ever invented — and then some.”
“This is, of course, why bliss must be personally experienced, not just discussed. Like so many aspects of life, bliss is not readily apparent to our senses. Because bliss is not an object or a thing, our faculties of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell are not designed to detect it. It transcends them. So when someone asks you to describe bliss, it’s almost impossible.” Read more