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Google’s “Scientifically Proven” Secret to Happiness


Go on, get happier! A Google engineer reveals a three-step secret to happiness and backs his claims with scientific studies. This post from CNN discusses Google’s algorithm for happiness and investigates how well are the claims supported by existing research. Deep inside the global tech behemoth Google sits an engineer with an unusual job description: to make people happier and ... Read More »

How to Rewire Your Brain for Greater Compassion and Healing


You can not only rewire your brain toward the good in life and have better relationships, but you can literally get unstuck from automatic negative thoughts. This post from Psych Central explains a procedure that can nudge your subconscious mind toward mindfulness, health and well-being. If you’ve followed my work, you’ve probably heard me talk about or read something I’ve ... 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 »

Neuroscience Agrees with Buddhism On How to Kindle Compassion


Neuroscience has now proven what Buddhism has been preaching all along, reports Kathy Gilsinon in this post from Epoch Times. Here’s how to cultivate compassion and kindness in your brain: In 1992, the neuroscientist Richard Davidson got a challenge from the Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama said: ‘You’ve been using the tools of modern neuroscience to study depression, and anxiety, and ... Read More »