The third and final post in the series of happiness explores the ancient forms of meditation and how we can benefit from it. Is meditation a scientifically approved method for increased happiness? Yes, new science proves that meditation is an effective tool.
Happiness comes when we manage to escape our desire is the second post in a series discussing happiness and human well-being in the twenty-first century
Happiness comes from harmony, not money or fame is the second post in a series discussing what makes us happier, Happiness is one of the most important elements for sustainable development and personal growth in the twenty-first century. Therefore, we have decided to create a happiness category to explore the elements that lead to greater human qualities and improve equality without increasing the desire for materialism through consumption.
What is happiness? We must learn to cherish what we have not the things we do not have. We have arrived in the middle of an important paradigm shift, a large green megatrend has grown into a new way of living, and people have started taking personal responsibility for the environment. We must learn to live with less, share, swap and repair
This film or clip of images and written story was made the same night as nearly 100 young people was shoot dead on an island outside of Oslo. Some hrs. earlier that day a big bomb exploded in a governmental building downtown of Oslo, The capital city of Norway. I was an eyewitness to the terror and decided to tell my story, feelings inside and how I with help from my experience of walking meditation and Buddhism found inner peace.
I was an eyewitness to the horror happened in Oslo. as I was stressed out and needed to empty my emotions and to establish my inner peace. I took my camera and did walking meditation.