Finding Your Happy: An online journey
Finding Your Happy: An online journey
This online course is a 30 day journey towards a new level of understanding of yourself, of others, through the 16 Guidelines.
It’s a combination of;
Thought provoking and insightful audio presentations
Inspiring case studies
Moments of reflection
The kit is delivered through a series of emails.
How would it feel to wake up every day with an inner knowing that whatever the day threw your way, your happiness was unshakeable?
What would you be doing with your life if you had broken through your self-limiting beliefs and knew how to stop yourself falling back into those patterns?
How different would your life be if you understood how to help all your relationships thrive and grow?
Through the course you will…
Explore the role and power of your mind in creating happiness
Experience a practical framework for positive daily living
Gain an insight into how to fulfil your potential and create a meaningful life
Equipped with better knowledge of ourselves we can break through our limiting beliefs, transform our relationships, make better decisions, and find peace of mind even on the most difficult of days.
By thinking about universal principles which we encounter every day (reflected in the 16 Guidelines), noticing our patterns of thinking, speaking and acting, and understanding how our minds work through mindfulness and self-enquiry, we can find lasting happiness.
The 16 Guidelines are rooted in the belief that positive change in society starts with the individual. If we can develop our own capacity to be kind and wise, it follows that we will gradually bring happiness and meaning into our life and the lives of others.
What’s in the course?
The course enables you to get moments of insight, understanding and clarity about your daily life, through three different types of tools:
1. Audio Presentations
A six-minute overview of the wisdom theme for the week. This introduces you to some of the key philosophical and scientific ideas which underpin the reflections.
These are the heart of the course. Every week you’ll receive four twenty-minute reflections which provide you an opportunity to explore each of the 16 guidelines in a profound and personal way. It’s important to spread these out during the week.
The first part of each reflection introduces a simple mindfulness practice, based on timeless tools and techniques for calming and focussing the mind. This prepares you for the second part; drawing on traditional outlines and stories to stimulate you own enquiry into the meaning of each Guideline.
Keeping a journal is strongly recommended as a tool for exploring the meaning, implications and practice of each guideline. Each week you will receive a set of journal prompts relating to the four Guidelines within that particular wisdom theme.
4. Study Guides
In addition to the presentation, reflections and journal prompts each week, you will also receive a brief written study guide that introduces you to the week’s activities.
The study guides also include a brief section called ‘Sources of Inspiration’ which highlight a few scientists, thinkers and writers whose books, films or websites you may find informative and inspiring.
How does it work?
Once you’ve made your purchase, your online course will be delivered to you via six emails over the following 30 days.
Your first email will include information about how to use the course, your personal checklist, and an introduction to the 16 Guidelines.
The following four emails will be sent to you each week. In it you’ll find downloads to the;
- study guide
- audio presentation
- guided reflections
- journaling prompts
You might like to think of the course as a workout for your heart and mind; an opportunity to nourish your inner strengths and come out stronger as a result.
How long does it take?
To get full benefit of the course you will need to put aside 2-3 hours per week. (About the length of a movie – or cutting out 13 minutes of time on Facebook every day!)