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Shri Jagat Singh Bisht

(Master Teacher: Happiness & Well-Being, Laughter Yoga Master Trainer, Author, Blogger, Educator, and Speaker.)

☆ Happiness Activity: Recipe for happiness ☆ 

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Happiness Activity: Recipe for happiness

When asked for his recipe for happiness, Sigmund Freud gave a very short and sensible answer: “Work and love.”

Studies on flow have demonstrated repeatedly that more than anything else, the quality of life depends on two factors: how we experience work, and our relations with other people.

Engagement, or flow, is one of the strongest pillars around which Positive Psychology is built. Here, one is fully in the present, immersed in something worthwhile.

Flow is a state of joy, creativity and total involvement, in which problems seem to disappear and there is an exhilarating feeling of transcendence.

According to Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, flow is what we feel when we are fully alive, involved with what we do, and in harmony with the environment around us.

It is something that happens most easily when we sing, dance, do sports – but it can happen when we work, read a good book, or have a good conversation.

When asked for his recipe for happiness, Sigmund Freud gave a very short and sensible answer: “Work and love.”

Most people spend the largest part of their lives working and interacting with others, especially with members of their families. Therefore, it is crucial that one can learn to transform job into flow-producing activities, and to think of making relations with parents, spouses, children, and friends more enjoyable.

Studies on flow have demonstrated repeatedly that more than anything else, the quality of life depends on two factors: how we experience work, and our relations with other people.

It is true that if one finds flow in work, and in relations with other people, one is well on the way toward improving the quality of life as a whole.

We each have the potential to experience flow, whether at work, at play or in our relationships.

One thing I can say for sure – flow brings true happiness! The experience becomes its own reward.

– Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi / Flow

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Jagat Singh Bisht : Founder: LifeSkills

Master Teacher: Happiness & Well-Being; Laughter Yoga Master Trainer
Past: Corporate Trainer with a Fortune 500 company & Laughter Professor at the Laughter Yoga University.
Areas of specialization: Behavioural Science, Positive Psychology, Meditation, Five Tibetans, Yoga Nidra, Spirituality, and Laughter Yoga.

Radhika Bisht ; Founder : LifeSkills  
Yoga Teacher; Laughter Yoga Master Trainer

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