Posts Categorized: Happiness

#Whats Your Wellfie? Transforming Personal & Societal Wellbeing, One Moment at a Time!


Be a part of WhatsYourWellfie – a 21 day  initiative focused on sharing your moments which will inspire the community and transform wellbeing.  Visit to learn more.


Online Yoga Is Festival


Join Deepak Chopra and this amazing lineup of mindful teachers, musicians and thought leaders including….

Alan Finger, Ana Forrest, Ashley Turner, Caroline Myss, Chelsea Roff, Colleen Saidman Yee, Cyndi Lee, David Life, Deepak Chopra, Desiree Rumbaugh, Don Miguel Ruiz, Elena Brower, Eoin Finn, Heather

Ash, Jai Uttal, Janet Stone, Keith Mitchell, Kia Miller, Krishna Das, Liz Arch, Mandy Ingber, Mallika Chopra, Michael Franti, Ocean Robbins, Psalm Isadora, Robert Sturman, Sadie Nardini, Sally Kempton, Sara Ivanhoe, Sarah Platt Finger, Seane Corn, Sharon Gannon,

Shiva Rea, Sianna Sherman, Suzanne Bryant and Tommy Rosen.

To learn more go to: Yoga Is Festival


Want to Lead a Happier Life? Talk to Your Genes


wellbeingBy Deepak Chopra, MD, Rudolph E. Tanzi, PhD


Genetics may be on the verge of solving a very complex question in a revolutionary but quite simple way. The question is, What does it take to be happy? The question never goes away. It hangs over our heads every day. The possible answers are many, but they follow two general trends whose results, frankly, have been disappointing. One trend is psychological, holding that happiness is an emotional state. The other trend is philosophical, holding that happiness is a mental state. When someone is unhappy, psychologists aim to improve their mood, largely by addressing anxiety, depression, and various psychological wounds from the past. A philosopher, on the other hand, would examine the underlying idea of happiness itself and why it is or isn’t feasible. In the end, happiness is all about health and wellbeing.


Yet after thousands of years of deep thinking and a hundred years of psychotherapy, the condition that the vast majority of people find themselves in is marked by total confusion. We muddle through on a wobbly combination of wishful thinking, hope, bouts of high and low spirits, denial, family ties, love, distraction, and the constant pursuit of external pleasures, as if happiness can be cobbled together more or less randomly.



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60% of Afghans suffer from stress and mental heath disorders caused by witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event. There are only two psychiatrists treating ~30 million Afghans. I am proposing to deploy a wellbeing platform via the mobile phone to bring global experts to collaborate with Afghan community.


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