How Happiness Thinks, is an exciting new course that brings together modern research in positive psychology and timeless Jewish teachings on Happiness. Whether you are someone who likes learning, or someone who wants to understand more about positive psychology, or someone who wants to study what Judaism has to offer in this field, you are going to love and enjoy this course.
Since the dawn of time, man has been ever-fascinated by the workings of the human brain. Only recently, scientists have been discovering the underlying dynamics that shape and influence our frame of mind–new ways to cope with anxiety and stress, steps that we can take to crystallize our self-concept, and practical tools we can use to build the resilience and grit to ride through any challenge life throws our way.
Surprisingly, Torah and the Talmud have for centuries advocated various approaches to achieving happiness; ideas that are only now being confirmed through scientific observation.How Happiness Thinks offers a Jewish road map to happier living. Every lesson contains poignant insights into how our minds operate with practical steps you can take to boost your happiness levels to places unimaginable.
Event Location: Chabad Center of Sudbury
22 Union Ave #9, Sudbury, MA, Sudbury, Massachusetts, 01776
* Registration closes on November 4th
Wednesday, November 12, 2014, 12:30 am - 2:00 am
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