Human brain is wired to believe that being happy is the ultimate aim of life. Further the definition of happiness varies from one person to other. However attaining what they need has been the prerequisite for a happy life. But have you ever viewed it with a different perspective as to something like health. To develop health, we change diet, to develop fitness we start exercise. Likewise to develop happiness, we have to exercise happiness for happiness is a muscle. Vivek Bhargava – Author, Entrepreneur and Investor – shares a framework of actions and beliefs that result in a practical guide to becoming happier. The course is brought to you by U school – a complete guide to becoming a better you. Before we delve further, let us see why we need a course on happiness.
How to be happy every time
Mood swings – It is probably the most common term used by the Millenials. Irrespective of age, we use it within and out of context. Despite the situations in our life, we need to be happy. Sadness and anger have been underplayed or probably overplayed by us as two negative traits which humans should never feel. We forget the truth that these are human emotions, and as humans, we are naturally supposed to feel them. But, we want to know how to be happy every time. Why?
- Happiness is overhyped
- Need for instant gratification
- Social media influence
- Misguiding self-help books and videos
These are some of the numerous reasons why we are sold on the thought that being happy always is what we need. It gives us a feeling that by doing some gimmicks, we can immediately start feeling happy and content. However, only a minority provides us with a reality check. Being happy is a slow and steady process to attain by exercising happiness.
Happiness is a muscle
Happiness is a muscle is a comprehensive approach to enable the clients in identifying how to be happy and step-by-step processes that enable them to develop the capability to remain happy. It starts with identifying your level of happiness. From identifying your level of happiness, the definition of being happy, trust, karma, and gratitude. The author will take us through everything that will incite introspection and retrospection.
The author categorically states the importance of sadness and pain to feel happiness in full throttle. In the pandemic era, the analysis of happiness and the course at large are all the more relevant because in the past two years we have witnessed variations in relations, occupations, lifestyles, and economics. Hence bridging the gap when life goes back offline is also important. As an extension to Happiness is a muscle U school is coming up with yet another course.
This is an online parenting course for those with school-going children by Lamia Bagasrawala – Psychotherapist, Independent Researcher, and Education Facilitator. The course is primarily designed for parents in understanding the issue their children might face when they are transitioning from online to offline.
Two years of social isolation have a far-reaching effect on every child’s psyche. While some get back to normal easily, others succumb to the stress, which might go unnoticed. This is where the course comes into the picture. It helps us identify the early signs and seek medical help early on.
Being happy is or not is up to us. But how to empower you into identifying how to is up to u school.