Subjective well-being day is celebrated for the first time today. 8th of August 2010 is the day to share research about Subjective well-being.Philadelpia, USA, August 9, 2010 — Subjective well-being day is celebrated for the first time today. 8th of August 2010 is the day to share research about Subjective well-being. http://www.amareway.org/ and the Institute of subjective well-being: science of happinessare kickstarting the celebrations of the Subjective well-being day.
“Holding Subjective well-being day is a way to say thanks to all the pioneers and researchers who made easier to better understand the potential of human beings. By researching how people can be happier, instead of focusing on pathologies, these researchers opened up a wide field of personal growth. Research by itself cannot make people happy, but research facilitates substantially the path of living joyfully” says Frank.
AmAreWay.org offers free daily inspirational pics, quotes, jokes, etc. This is done to support everyone who is interested in walking together a happier life, and especially people who made new year resolutions and are serious about respecting them from January until December and then ever after. Quotes are usually not be credited to any particular author, mainly for two reasons: first, what is said is more important than who said it; second, attribution of quotes are in many cases extremely uncertain. Think, for example, about Albert Einstein: everyone put on his lips any kind of quotes, seems this leading scientist and thinker must have spent his life craking quotations… And this has illustrious precedents, think about Western philosopy which is called socratic but in reality was more post-platonic, made with a mix of what Socrate said, Plato added to it and translators spuriously enhanced.
The site also offers free guided meditation courses and Authentic Happiness Formula: How to assess our subjective well-being? How to live joyfully in the 21st century? a free eBook, which helps to measure and improve happiness, offering an intuitive way to assess subjective well-being using Positive Psychology questionnaires.
Other press releases from AmAre Way c/o Institute of Subjective Well-Being
- Authentic Happiness Formula: A course in happiness & meaning - November 23rd, 2010
- New Year’s resolution 2011: a photographic essay of New Year’s resolution - November 23rd, 2010
- Zen: Bibliography and Webiography - November 22nd, 2010
- Why Animals Are Biologically Conscious - November 22nd, 2010
- Making Australia Happy: Making Australia Happy ABC reality show - November 22nd, 2010
Contact InformationFrank Ra
AmAre Way c/o Institute of Subjective Well-Being
Vancouver, British Columbia Vancouver
Phone: +1 206 792 9887