We all want to be happy, and there are countless ideas about happiness and how we can get some. This blog post will allow you to see a better version of yourself by learning the art and craft of happiness and a life full of fulfillment; in a lesson format. It'll build a bridge between … Continue reading Happiness 2.0: The Bible of Happiness
Aanvikshiki is a term in Sanskrit signifying generally the scientific inquiry and it was perceived in India as a particular part of learning as early as 650 BC. Notwithstanding, throughout the long term its significance and import have gone through extensive varieties. Introduction Imagine if you were taught the art and craft of thinking as … Continue reading आन्वीक्षिकी: The Science and Art of Thinking and Inquiry
Positive isn’t always good, negative isn’t always bad. There’re always two sides to a coin. Your mental health is a balance of positive and negative emotions, and how you handle them effectively. Introduction If you want to achieve a major goal, ancient wisdom and scientific research says to think positive. Envision an ideal life, a good … Continue reading The Concept of Positive Negativity and Toxic Positivity
It’s a hard time! Everyone is facing challenges. Businesses are facing extremely difficult and unprecedented challeges as well. And a lot of business owners are facing anxiety and depression. Introduction Running your own business can be hugely rewarding, but for many small business owners having sole responsibility for the company's success or failure can take … Continue reading Entrepreneur’s Guide to Handle Anxiety and Depression
In health care, self-care is any necessary human monitoring function that’s under individual control, thoughtful and self-initiated. Regularly taking the time, even in small and simple ways, to nurture and take care of yourself is vital to your well-being. And, no, it isn’t selfish! The more you cultivate yourself, the better you're at supporting others. … Continue reading 6 Types of Self-Care for Your Mental Health
As a mental wellness coach, a lot of friends and random people talk to me about social media addiction and the stress of dealing with negativity that's available on these social media platforms. In my perspective, no non-living thing can spread hatred or negativity on its own. Non-living things or technology or social media doesn't … Continue reading Social Media: The Negative, the Positive, and the Third Side
For centuries, the field of psychology focused on speaking about the negative — investigating what was wrong with us or releasing suffering from depression, trauma, and addictions. But over the last decade, we’ve seen an important shift. Scientists are now turning their consideration into what makes people flourish. What thoughts, actions, and behaviors make us … Continue reading What’s the Science of Happiness?
Many people trust that happiness comes from success, health, and great human networks. However, the inverse of this belief is the statement that is the truest — success, wealth, good health, and developing relationships are by-products of happiness, not the cause. When you’re truly happy, you’re more likely to make choices that lead to all … Continue reading Reinventing Happiness