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How to Maximize Wellbeing by Tuning 4 Brain Circuits

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Wellbeing is essentially a skill that can be learned, just like learning to play a musical instrument. This post from FEELguide gives a low-down on the four neuroplastic brain circuits that govern wellbeing and how to tune them like an instrument. Dr. Richard Davidson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the study of the neural mechanics of emotion ... Read More »

Science-Based Practices for a More Meaningful Life

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Can you learn to be happier, to be more resilient, kinder, lead a more meaningful life? The surprising answer from science is a resounding YES. This inspiring article from The Huffington Post captures some of the best practices that make learning these skills easier. Happiness, resilience, connection, and kindness: these aren’t just central qualities of a well-lived life, but “skills ... Read More »

4 Simple Ways To Be More Resilient

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re·sil·ient  (r-zlynt) adj. Marked by the ability to recover readily, as from misfortune. Most people will tell you that the opposite of being depressed is simply to be happy. The fact is however, no one can be in a constant state of happiness. Life will throw little and big surprises and shocks or way constantly. It is how you handle ... Read More »