Redux for some of you, my faithful followers.
“Once a French Biochemist Matthieu Ricard gave up his western lifestyle to become a practicing Buddhist monk in the Himalayas. He is sometimes called the “happiest man in the world” and this is evident in this inspirational presentation on the “Habits of Happiness” at Ted.com. Matthieu observers that happiness is a very vague term; a more definable word is well-being. In this presentation Matthieu outlines how we can train our minds in the habits of well-being to obtain serenity and fulfillment in life.” – as quoted from ExcitedByLife … [ http://www.excitedbylife.com/ ]:
http://www.ted.com What is happiness, and how can we all get some? Buddhist monk, photographer and author Matthieu Ricard has devoted his life to these questions, and his answer is influenced by his faith as well as by his scientific turn of mind: We can train our minds in habits of happiness. Interwoven with his talk are stunning photographs of the Himalayas and of his spiritual community.
- see also, From zenhabits.net/ – The Mindfulness Guide for the Super Busy: How to Live Life to the Fullest … [ http://zenhabits.net/2009/04/the-mindfulness-guide-for-the-super-busy-how-to-live-life-to-the-fullest/ ] … at zenhabits.net/ … [ http://zenhabits.net/ ]