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Author : Diane Wing
language : en
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
Release Date : 2016-11-01
Download The Happiness Perspective written by Diane Wing and has been published by Loving Healing Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2016-11-01 with Self-Help categories.
ÿAre you longing for greater happiness, but you feel like it's just not possible?ÿHave you heard that happiness is just a state of mind, but you don't know how to attain that state? Diane Wing, a teacher, personal transformation guide, and intuitive consultant, has unlocked the secrets that make happiness possible. This book is packed with methods to help you transform your thought processes, patterns, habits, and behaviors so you can experience greater happiness, peace of mind, and abundance. Discover in these pages the art of seeing life differently through such processes as: Turning regular household chores into meditation activitiesReducing the noise in your environment so you can focus betterKnowing who you truly are rather than trying to be everything to everyone elseSaying no in effective ways that don't make you feel guiltyLearning to do less and appreciate moreCleansing your thoughts to remove negativity and ground yourselfYour personal evolution into greater happiness awaits you! Don't wait any longer. "The Happiness Perspectiveÿis a superb account of positive choices, exercises, and plenty of questions to ponder. I will be using it soon with my women's groups."ÿ --Barbara Sinor, PhD, author,ÿFinding Destiny "Profoundly transformative, The Happiness Perspective is a brilliant, comprehensive blueprint for self-awareness, inner peace, and the attainment of ultimate happiness." --Dyan Garris, author, visionary mystic, and New Age recording artist "The Happiness Perspective is filled with tips and techniques that work to change your worldview and bring calmness into your life. I know because I've tried many of these techniques myself, learning how to do less and enjoy life more." -- Tyler R. Tichelaar, PhD. and award-winning author ofÿThe Children of Arthurÿseries Learn more at www.DianeWing.com
Author : Alessandra Michelangeli
language : en
Release Date : 2015-03-27
Download Quality Of Life In Cities written by Alessandra Michelangeli and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-03-27 with Business & Economics categories.
In the last few decades, urban quality of life has received increasing interest from policy makers who aim to make cities better places to live. In addition to the aim of improving quality of life, sustainable and equitable development is also often included in the policy agendas of decision makers. This book aims to link quality of life to related issues such as sustainability, equity, and subjective well-being. While less than one-third of the world's population lived in cities in 1950, about two thirds of humanity is expected to live in urban areas by 2030. This dramatic increase in the number of people living in urban areas serves as the backdrop for this book’s analysis of cities. This book will be useful to students and researchers in economics, architecture and urban planning, sociology and political sciences, as well as policy makers.
Author : Ivalio Boykov
language : en
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Download In Pursuit Of Health And Happiness The Phylosophical Perspective written by Ivalio Boykov and has been published by Lulu.com this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on with categories.
Author : Luka Zevnik
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2014-04-07
Download Critical Perspectives In Happiness Research written by Luka Zevnik and has been published by Springer Science & Business Media this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-04-07 with Social Science categories.
This book presents an interdisciplinary exploration of the origins of happiness in the modern Western culture and makes the argument that happiness is not universal but is instead a culturally and historically specific experience, characteristic only to the Western world. It begins with an overview of the main research approaches to happiness and then studies the important but elusive theme in the context of culture and relations of power. The second part of the book analyses the social, religious, ethical and political processes that lead to the emergence of the experience of happiness, including consumer culture in contemporary societies. It presents an analysis of the medieval Christian experience which concludes that the modern experience of happiness only emerged in the 17th and 18th century, when the ideal of human existence increasingly started to be pursued in the present life. In its conclusion, this book explores the concept of modernization as the collective pursuit of happiness.
Author : Gordon Mathews
language : en
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Release Date : 2013-01-15
Download Pursuits Of Happiness written by Gordon Mathews and has been published by Berghahn Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2013-01-15 with Social Science categories.
Anthropology has long shied away from examining how human beings may lead happy and fulfilling lives. This book, however, shows that the ethnographic examination of well-being—defined as “the optimal state for an individual, a community, and a society”—and the comparison of well-being within and across societies is a new and important area for anthropological inquiry. Distinctly different in different places, but also reflecting our common humanity, well-being is intimately linked to the idea of happiness and its pursuits. Noted anthropological researchers have come together in this volume to examine well-being in a range of diverse ways and to investigate it in a range of settings: from the Peruvian Amazon, the Australian outback, and the Canadian north, to India, China, Indonesia, Japan, and the United States.
Author : Luigino Bruni
language : en
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Release Date : 2008-10-30
Download Capabilities And Happiness written by Luigino Bruni and has been published by OUP Oxford this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-10-30 with Business & Economics categories.
Few would dispute that the well-being of individuals is one of the most desirable aims of human actions. However, approaches on how to define, measure, evaluate, and promote well-being differ widely. The conventional economic approach takes income (or the power to acquire market goods) as the most important indicator for well-being, and the utility function as the formal device for positive and normative analysis. However, this approach to well-being has been questioned for being seriously limited and other approaches have arisen. The capability approach to well-being, which has been developed during the last two decades by Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum, and the Happiness Approach to well-being, championed by Richard Easterlin, both provide an alternative. Both approaches come from different traditions and have developed independently, but nevertheless aim to overcome the rigid boundaries of the conventional economic approach to well-being. Given these common aims, it is surprising that little comparative work has been undertaken across these approaches. This book aims to correct this by providing the reader with contributions from leading names associated with both approaches, as well as contributions which evaluate the approaches and contrast one with the other.
Author : Johannes Hirata
language : en
Release Date : 2011-03-15
Download Happiness Ethics And Economics written by Johannes Hirata and has been published by Routledge this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011-03-15 with Business & Economics categories.
Despite decades of empirical happiness research, there is still little evidence for the positive effect of economic growth on life satisfaction. This poses a major challenge to welfare economic theory and to normative conceptions of socio-economic development. This book endeavours to explain these findings and to make sense of their ethical implications. While most of the existing literature on empirical happiness research is ultimately interested in understanding how to improve human lives and societal development, the ethical backdrop against which these findings are evaluated is rarely made explicit. In contrast to this, Professor Hirata focuses on the role happiness should play in an ethically founded conception of good development. Taking a development ethics perspective, this book proposes a nuanced conception of happiness that includes both its affective and its normative dimensions and embeds this in a comprehensive conception of good development. The argument is that happiness should not be regarded as the only thing that determines a good life and that good development cannot sensibly be thought of as a matter of maximizing happiness. Happiness should rather be seen as an important indicator for the presence or absence of those concerns that really matter to people: the reasons that give rise to happiness. This book should be of interest to students and researchers of economics, psychology and development studies.