By Andrea Pollard
The Western global teaches us that happiness comes from achievement-from surroundings ambitions and actively pursuing them. japanese knowledge teaches us that hand over is the major, that we needs to permit move so that it will adventure the nice circulate of being that's simply on hand within the current second. How will we take the simplest knowledge from either one of those methods, and honor what Dr. Andrea Polard calls "the wings of happiness" that let us to actually soar?
Discover Dr. Polard's groundbreaking synthesis of Western pondering and japanese philosophy with A Unified idea of Happiness, a hot and customized consultant for the transformation of cognizance that permits own health and wellbeing and success to flourish. whereas our lives are filled with ups and downs, Dr. Polard teaches us that we don't need to permit those ups and downs keep watch over our event of lifestyles. A Unified conception of Happiness teaches you the talents to settle on and settle for happiness by means of illuminating:
•How to navigate the energetic "Basic Mode" and the non-active "Supreme Mode" of cognizance to reply to life's complexities with flexibility
•Tools to construct ambition, competence, self assurance, and connection-essential features of reconciling with life's fragility and construction a fascinating, actual self
•Paths to receptivity, tranquility, reliance, and lightheartedness-keys to getting access to your common reference to the full of being, and understanding your non-dual self
•The thought of Elastic Consciousness-a balanced position in excellent accord with an authentically lived life
"Happiness," says Dr. Polard, "is a fancy direction that turns into effortless simply as we stroll it." ultimately, here's a paintings that offers a entire knowing of happiness that honors the complete spectrum of life's choices whereas broadening your adventure of its inherent pleasure.
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Some differences are immediately apparent. Unlike the traditional way of presenting information in writing, for example on this page, a Mind Map doesn’t start at the top left and end at the bottom right. A Mind Map always begins in the middle of your page or screen with the so-called central idea. The central idea contains the topic of the Mind Map and is rather like the title of a book. All further information in a Mind Map is connected to the central idea in the form of branches. You develop your Mind Map on plain paper so you’re not constrained by lines.
One feature of our brain is that it thinks by association and by leaps and bounds. You can make use of these characteristics with Mind Mapping by extending your thoughts at a point in the Mind Map where they’re best suited. Now start the exercise and come back to the book after about ten minutes. Figure 1-3 contains my own example for this exercise. Figure 1-3: Mind Map taken a stage further. Chapter 1: Introducing Mind Mapping Free association or strict logic? When drawing in the sub-branches for each of your six concepts you’ll make associations which at first sight have no direct connection with the central theme of Success.
In your view, what are the differences with ‘normal’ messages which you simply write down? ✓ If I’d asked you to express your thoughts on the theme of Success instead of producing a Mind Map in just 15 minutes, would the number of thoughts and their depth have been similar? In my seminars I often get the following feedback when I ask these two questions: ✓ The Mind Mapping process provides a flow of associations and so it’s much easier to add new thoughts. ✓ In this way significantly more ideas are generated than in normal messages.
A Unified Theory of Happiness: An East-Meets-West Approach to Fully Loving Your Life by Andrea Pollard