Happiness Revisited

“Think of happiness as a deep ocean. The surface may be choppy, but the bottom is always calm. Similarly, there are days when a deeply happy person may feel sad – for example he sees people suffering – but underneath that sadness, there is a large depth of unwavering happiness.”
-Matthieu Ricard

Does happiness matter?

Yes. Recent research into the science of happiness has shown that feeling good helps us perform better at work, has a positive impact on our health and helps reduce the effects of stress on the brain and body. It influences our relationships and makes us more caring.

Moreover, not allowing ourselves to be happier is one of the top five “end of life” regrets.

Is this course for you?

Are you stressed at work? Are you stuck in a rut? Do you want to get more out of your relationships? Do you feel that life is passing you by? Then this course is for you.

We all have an inborn need to find meaning. We are also hardwired to see problems. But the majority of us never take the time to find out what we really want from life and what will make us happy. This course will give you an understanding of what happiness means to you, allowing you to make happiness-enhancing decisions in your life.

How does it work?

The course allows you to explore what defines you as an individual and what you want out of life. We look at your values and your strengths. You learn how to develop healthy relationships with others as well as with yourself. It puts a focus on positive emotions as well as teaching you coping skills to build resilience for times when the going gets tough.

Delivered over six sessions (either in-person or via video), the course will allow you to develop a road map: a guide you can follow on your individual journey towards a more fulfilling life.

Want to find out more?

Get in touch with Julie TODAY to find out how you can start your journey on the road to happiness.

“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present”
—Jim Rohn