3 edition of What will give us happiness? found in the catalog.
What will give us happiness?
|Statement||Paul Poupard, with Michael Paul Gallagher.|
|Contributions||Gallagher, Michael Paul.|
|LC Classifications||BV4647.J68 P68 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||130 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||93157648|
According to Tal Ben-Shahar, happiness is a skill you can develop no matter how happy you currently are—a belief conveyed by the title of his new book, is a more hopeful notion than, say, positive psychology founder Martin Seligman’s seminal concept of “authentic happiness,” which suggests that some kinds of happiness are better than others. In The Unbelievable Happiness of What Is, a contemporary spiritual teacher in the non-duality tradition reveals how confronting and letting go of our negative beliefs about ourselves and the world ultimately sets us on the path toward an awakened life of profound joy, meaning, and purpose/5(12).
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Borchard. Some of the moments are: * Waving back at kids while traveling in train or any vehicle * Smiling at random old people. * Feeling the first drop of rain. * Walking through damp earth without slippers. * Smell of earth after first rain. * Watc. The interactions we have with other people affect the way we feel about life.
Our close relationships keep us grounded and influence both happiness and the sense that we are part of a larger. There is a lot of focus on happiness these days. Our own Science of Happiness online course has attracted overparticipants, suggesting that many of us are thirsting for knowledge on how to increase happiness in our lives.
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The explanation for this current fixation seems to lie in the contrary phenomenon – unhappiness. Despite the fact that we have tremendous access to every imaginable form of.