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Contemplation in Practice
By Jan Stanley  
April 2, 2015 – 10:10 am | 3 Comments
Wild geese

Now I turn my attention to the practice side of the International Symposium on Contemplative Studies. Here’s a practice that I experienced at the conference and how it affected my well-being. I include step-by-step instructions for trying it out at home.

Looking Ahead at 2015
By Senia Maymin and Kathryn Britton  
January 2, 2015 – 4:31 pm | One Comment
Celebrating New Years

Twenty-one authors offer suggestions for living a full and meaningful 2015.

Happiness – Just Do It!
By Bridget Grenville-Cleave  
June 2, 2014 – 10:43 am | 14 Comments
Happy mid summer guys in Gotland

Don’t sit there too long waiting for happiness to appear, or wondering whether now is the right time to do something. Why not take a different approach? Why not act now and reflect afterwards on whether it worked? If it wasn’t quite right, you can change it, and in the meantime you will have learned something about yourself. This way, you can act your way into a new way of being happy.

Sustainable Happiness: You are Invited to a Free Online Event
By Miriam Akhtar  
May 8, 2014 – 3:49 pm | No Comment
Yellow light

Bristol is preparing to green light a range of projects that combine sustainability with well-being. One of these is a free online lecture whose theme is Sustainable Happiness, a topic that I will explore alongside Chris Johnstone, co-author of Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re in without Going Crazy. You are invited to this free event.

So what is sustainable happiness?

#CharacterDay on March 20: Film Premiere of The Science of Character
By Tiffany Schlain  
March 20, 2014 – 9:24 am | No Comment
Film Premiere today

Today is #CharacterDay, the premiere of an 8-minute film that explores the social science and neuroscience behind character development and how we can shape who we are. Find out how to view the film and participate in the events going on today.

5 Minutes to Feeling More Loved, Valued, Peaceful, and Connected
By Christine Duvivier  
February 14, 2014 – 9:35 am | 4 Comments
Photo of Birds Taking Off

When they want to feel more loved, valued, respected or connected, most people give away their power. They ask (or want) others to be different, which means someone else’s behavior determines how happy they will be.
What do happier people do?

Other Lenses on Strengths
By Bridget Grenville-Cleave  
February 4, 2014 – 9:41 am | No Comment
New Lenses on Experience

What can you do to help people understand the strengths of others? How can you help them learn how to use different strengths as lenses to see things from different points of view? Here’s one fabulous technique, adapted from Michelle C. Louis to enable people to do just that. At the same time, it strengthens relationships.

The Psychology of Spas and Wellbeing (Book Review)
By Emiliya Zhivotovskaya  
July 25, 2012 – 3:15 pm | 24 Comments
 

The Psychology of Spas and Wellbeing by Jeremy McCarthy offers a clearly stated, scientific investigation of the mind-body connection and the psychology of relaxation, beauty, touch, and holistic wellness.

Boost Success and Passion: Tell a Better Story
By Christine Duvivier  
May 11, 2012 – 10:39 am | 6 Comments
Spring planting lessons... Sowing seeds

Most of us don’t realize that we have a few central narratives running through our lives because the stories we tell ourselves are so familiar that we don’t even realize they are stories. In my work with clients, I’ve found that it’s often not the events of life that allow or prevent success in love, work, and happiness. It’s the stories we tell ourselves — and we can change our stories.

Positive Psychology: A Practical Guide (Book Review)
By Kathryn Britton  
April 2, 2012 – 9:45 am | 5 Comments
Book cover

Bridget Grenville-Cleave’s new book is distinctly small, not much bigger than the size of my hand and lighter than a medium-sized sandwich. That may seem like a strange way to start a review. But a book that is lighter than a sandwich can go anywhere with me. So now that we’ve established that it’s an easy companion, what does it bring along? This is a book for people who want to put positive psychology to work in their own lives, or those of family members, clients, or colleagues.

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