Happiness can be viewed from many perspectives. Individuals display their happiness in countless ways, could be having someone to speak to on good and bad times, happy relationships, passing an exam, having your loved ones alive and healthy can be happiness to you the list goes on. It all comes down in the way you view things in life. In my opinion it is about the energy you display or attract. When you give off positive energy into the universe you attract positive energy in return.
A parallel triad has the effect of making ideas more clear “...Attention, diligence, and steady application”(Line 25). This particular triad has the effect of rephrasing the words to create a more concise statement. “...but add justice, fortitude, and every manly virtue…” (Line 59). This instance of parallel triad, it strengthens the mood and creates a more powerful and encouraging. It also creates a memorable statement, because they are positive words which have positive impacts of the reader.
In the same paper by Fredrickson et al. (2013), states that eudaimonism “results from striving towards meaning and a noble purpose beyond simple gratification”. In other words, happiness in life comes from self-growth, surmounting
Think of some favorite memories or objects: the first love, favorite pet, favorite foods, or maybe even a good vacation. What do all of these have in common? When recalled, these memories or objects bring a sense of happiness that makes one think fondly of these things. Happiness is an emotion that the human race strives for. As Schoch explains, “Happiness is... well, it’s just feeling goodenjoying life and wanting the feeling to be maintained” (Schoch).
The underlying principle illustrates that high feelings of competence and control lead to enhanced performance and increased motivation. As one attempts a technique, completing the action successfully attributes positively to high competence motivation. In return, one exerts more effort into their participation. Hence, I have chosen to base my coaching manual on Harter’s Competence Motivation Theory, 1978, due to the focus on positive reinforcement afforded to athletes. ADD FROM BOOK FROM
Studies have proven both Abdul Khaliq 1999 Ansari in 2001 that optimism has an important role in the improvement of human life and achieve well-being and happiness and satisfaction with his work, psychological, physical, health, and that optimism is a cornerstone of enabling individuals to draw their specific objectives and ways of coping with the difficulties of their lives while pessimism opposite shows through the negative expectations of the
There was a positive correlation between spiritual well-being sub-scales and mindfulness, satisfaction with life, self-compassion. Our results are in line with previous studies. A study that reported increase in mindfulness increased spirituality (Carmody et al., 2008). While Self-compassion is positively correlated with satisfaction with life (Yang, Zhang, & Kou, 2016). And there was significant association between spiritual well-being and satisfaction with life (Jafari et al., 2010).
Hope is considered to be the positive motivational state that is based on an interactive sense of successful agency and pathways. Thirdly, optimism is considered to be related to people’s interpretation of good and bad events. Lastly, resilience is regarded as being able to accept reality, to believe life is meaningful and to improvise and adapt to significant
Thus, I have lived my life with the assumption that I am wholeheartedly happy. This, however, is a conception that has recently been tested by the discovery of hedonic vs eudaimonic happiness. As told by Dr. Ilona Boniwell, an expert in the field of positive psychology, to live one 's life through the lens of hedonic happiness is to “striv[e] for maximisation
a review of the literature [leads] us to identify three constituents of happiness: (i) pleasure (or positive emotion); (ii) engagement; and (iii) meaning” (Seligman et al. 418). While it cannot be defined, happiness can be characterized by pleasure, an overall positive emotion, that is derived from an experience. Happiness can also be achieved through the engagement involved in an activity meaning being fully absorbed in an activity can lead to immense satisfaction. Finally, happiness can be experienced through actions that give a person meaning.
Happiness is a state of wellbeing and contentment, a pleasurable and satisfying experience (Merriam Webster, 2015). Wellbeing is a good or satisfactory condition of existence, and a state characterized by health, happiness and prosperity (Merriam Webster, 2015). Spiritual wellbeing, happiness and wellbeing coincide with one another simply by making a comparison of their definitions. However, we cannot make assumptions without studies and experiments to justify our