Seeking happiness?

“Happiness is a state of mind or feeling characterized by contentment, love, satisfaction, pleasure, or joy.”, so exclaims the WikiPedia.

Happiness is freedom from suffering.

Martin Seligman considers happiness the result of experiencing positive emotions.

Whatever happiness means it is something people are desperately seeking.   Where is this happiness that life is supposed to produce?

The answer is, we have to create it, in our terms, in our experience and in our thoughts.   Coming in the next few days is a book that is going to help people discover those moments of happiness.   The Happiness Project written by Gretchen Rubin will hit the bookshelves Dec 29th.    If you are seeking methods to help generate happiness there may be just a few clues on how to do that.

Stop by the Happiness Project and learn more.   Better yet, pick up a copy of “The Happiness Project”

Is happiness a goal of yours?

4 responses to “Seeking happiness?

  1. If you’re interested in a new approach to boost your happiness based on the latest positive psychology research, check out our iPhone app: Live Happy; it’s based on the work of Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky, author of “The How of Happiness” and provides a unique method to create a personalized program to increase your happiness.

    You can also learn more about the iPhone app on our Facebook page.

  2. The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts.

    Life is 10% circumstances and 90% your response to the circumstances

    Happiness is just here right within you.

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