For the first time I forgot all my problems and simply enjoyed life. I felt completely relieved. It was the end of constant pressure.
"Carefree" is the word for this kind of thinking. That is why psychologists frequently describe happy moods as carefree, worry-free, relieved states.
Still other thoughts that typically occur in the happiest of moods are quite powerful and profound:
"We had perfection in a sense and we knew it."
"I felt like I fit into the scheme of the universe, part of the totality, like the totality, and incomplete harmony with it."
"I was part of something that was the truth, there was real meaning to life."
"I was filled with a security and assurance I had never known before."
"It was thrilling...(it) gave me sensation of flying, of power and control of circumstances, a confidence that nothing could go wrong."
"I knew that I would always remember this day because it was so completely different. It was like a dream-come-true."