A Happy Ending for Rescued Dogs

Author: Michael Aufhauser

Publisher: teNeues

ISBN: 3832792783

Category:

Page: 120

View: 8866


The animal rescue mission of Michael Aufhauser - founder of Gut Aiderbichl - started 20 years ago in Malaga. There he rescued hundreds of dogs from certain death. A devoted owner of multiple canines, he helps the most dire of cases, as only he can. His dog stories are exciting, inspiring, amusing - and they almost all have happy endings! Stunning photographs bring this man and his dogs to life.

Happy Louis doesn't want to share

Author: Happy Louis

Publisher: Olim Limited

ISBN: 9887774863

Category:

Page: 28

View: 441


Today, Happy Louis learns the importance of sharing with his friend Babou. Read along and learn with them on this educational journey. This book has English and French built in one.

Happy-People-Pills For All

Author: Mark Walker

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118357310

Category: Medical

Page: 296

View: 5638


Happy-People-Pills for All explores current theories ofhappiness while demonstrating the need to develop advancedpharmacological agents for the enhancement of our capacity forhappiness and wellbeing. Presents the first detailed exploration of the enhancement ofhappiness A controversial yet rigorous argument that demonstrates themoral imperative for the development and mass distribution of‘happy-pills’, to promote the wellbeing of theindividual and society Brings together the philosophy, psychology and biology ofhappiness Maps the development of the next generation of positive moodpharmacology Offers a corrective to contemporary accounts of happiness

Finding Your Power to Be Happy: Seven Practices to Bring Unconditional Happiness into Your Life

Author: D.E. Hardesty

Publisher: D.E. Hardesty

ISBN: 1311878149

Category: Self-Help

Page: 324

View: 9862


Learn to find the happiness that is natural to you, and enjoy better relationships, better health, more success and a longer life. The peculiar thing about us humans is, we spend a lot of time working to find people and things that will make us happy. In fact, we seem to spend the majority of our time doing this. However, there is no guarantee that any of this effort will work. There are lots of people who have hordes of people around them, and who have lots of things, but have been unable to make themselves happy. The truth is, happiness can be had with little effort. Have you ever been happy for no reason at all? Of course you have. Without anything changing in life, happiness just appears. We see it in young children all the time. In fact, we expect to see it in children. If you happen to ask a smiling child why he or she is so happy, at best the answer may be, “Because.” For an adult this may be an unsatisfying answer, but for the child it is the truth -- happiness exists “just because.” As we age we seem to lose touch with happiness-for-no-reason-at-all. We see a world where everyone is striving for stuff, striving for popularity, striving, striving, striving. The natural fount of happiness we once enjoyed disappears as we join them. However, that happiness is not gone. All that happened is we lost our connection to it. This book is about recovering that connection. We all grow up believing that if we work hard, and if we are good people, we will enjoy good relationships with others, good health, success and a long life. Obviously this is not true. There are a lot of rich old people who are not happy. What we have, what we do, and the other circumstances of our lives do not provide authentic happiness. Instead, happiness comes from inside of us, and all by itself enables us to have secure relationships, good health, more success and longer lives. So, what is the secret of being happy? Being happy is a little like flipping a switch. When it’s on you are happy and when it’s off you are not. It’s so easy. How else can you explain being happy for no reason. What you need to do is learn to turn it on, and keep it turned on. This book discusses seven practices that help you do that. There is a lot of wisdom available about how to be happy. Most of it is thousands of years old, but some is quite new. The seven practices we will look at incorporate this wisdom to help you learn how to turn on happiness in your life. This kind of happiness does not require changing anything in your life. All you have to do is learn to turn it on.

Happy Dance

Author: Laura Kline

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1982258241

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 258

View: 8486


This dance journal follows author, researcher, and university lecturer Laura Kline as she embarks on a unique journey towards heightened awareness. It records her daily insecurities as a fifty-five-year-old dance student—doing undercover research for her next lesbian romance novel—at her own university. Nervous about joining this high-risk contact improvisation class, she soon realizes what a tremendous opportunity it offers the protagonists, two fictional female dancers who fall in love. Little does she suspect how this course, along with her weekly 5Rhythms® dance sessions, will impact her personal growth and worldview, by forcing her to slow down and experience the intense flavor of each moment. It even enhances her survival skills. When the COVID-19 pandemic hits, her daily journal reflections broaden to include noisy neighbors, walls closing in on her, her partner, and their cat during the sudden stay-at-home order, struggles with teaching remotely, loss of sleep, weight loss, etc. Without realizing it, Laura becomes the protagonist of her own book—this journal. Her lively and humoristic adventure through dance illustrates how becoming present—even for five short minutes while standing still in pure silence—what she calls the Happy Dance—can literally lift people up, providing a safe space to traverse unexpected rocky roads. Her expedition is pebbled with injury and stress, yet she continues dancing. Page by page, with Laura’s stick-figure illustrations, we gradually see how Laura unearths a youthful buoyancy in her musculoskeletal system, lubricating her achy joints, giving them a bounce as she treads barefoot into the kitchen—or masters the moonwalk in her school’s photocopy room. Through a deep exploration of mindful movement and contact improvisation, we observe Laura as she dances her way to greater health, stability, healing, and happiness.

Happy Halloween

Author: Abbie Mercer

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9781404238060

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 5678


An introduction to the history and traditions surrounding Halloween.

Miserably Happy

Author: Kevin J. Brannick,Michelle A. Brannick

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 1630476463

Category: Psychology

Page: 180

View: 1858


Happiness is one of the most written about topics in the world. It has been a core concern of humans since the beginning of time. However, "Miserably Happy" provides a unique lens in which to view this powerful emotion. While acknowledging the positive dimension of happiness (as most books do), "Miserably Happy" is also focused on the negative consequences. These negative consequences are based on the current academic and popular conceptualization of happiness being related to the experience of pleasure. In recognizing the negative dimension of happiness, "Miserably Happy" explains how the pursuit of happiness often leads to misery. Twelve-step programs are an example of how various pursuits of happiness can have tragic consequence. Alcoholism, drug abuse, over eating, and sex addiction all begin with the pursuit of pleasure and the hope of happiness. "Miserably Happy" ties our experience of genuine happiness to our fidelity to the physical-mental- spiritual properties of the human. The spiritual property of the mind presented in "Miserably Happy" is open to scientific explanation. It is a transcendent property and applies to any and all human conscious activity and defines human genuiness and authenticity. The human mind is an emergent property of our biology and therefore, aligned with our biology, defines our health and wellness. As the authors point out In living within our created nature we become deeply connected to ourselves, others, our communities, the environment and, indeed, the universe. Our journey to discover the secrets of genuine happiness ends up at its point of departure. The secret to lasting genuine happiness is found in nature. By decisively identifying the structure and norms of human body-mind-spirit, "Miserably Happy" provides an absolute basis for defining healthy human functioning and development and pinpoints the pervasive impact healthy development and functioning have on our ability to experience meaning, purpose, and genuine happiness. Take the challenge, refine your understanding and experience of happiness, become a creative and powerful force of genuine happiness and experience the exciting results your efforts will have on others.

I Can Make You Happy

Author: Paul McKenna

Publisher: Hay House

ISBN: 1401949010

Category: SELF-HELP

Page: 208

View: 2457


Do you want to be happier?Do you want to stop feeling bad right now?Do you want to experience greater joy than ever before?What if it was possible to feel happier than you had ever imagined before? It doesn't matter whether you're sad, bored, or depressed--or even if you're already quite content--Paul McKenna can help you become a whole lot happier! Scientific research reveals that our levels of happiness aren't fixed; we can change them through our thoughts and actions. Dr. McKenna has spent the past 25 years developing a system that can have an immediate, measurable impact on people's emotional well-being. This book uses the latest, most powerful psychological techniques and a downloadable guided hypnosis session to help readers feel really good right now. The human mind is like a computer, with its own software that governs how we think and act. Most human problems are caused by negative programs running in the unconscious mind. This book and audio session help you install positive programs that seek out and magnify the factors that create happiness. Use it to take control of your life and start feeling happier today!

Be strong be happy the secret of happy

Author: Taher Borhani

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 3748768192

Category: Psychology

Page: 42

View: 8005


A Look at the Oxford English Dictionary's Definition of Happiness First, let's take a look at the definition of happiness so we're all on the same page. Oxford English Dictionary's definition of "happiness" is a simple one: "The state of being happy." Not exactly what we were looking for, was it? Perhaps we need to dive a little deeper. Oxford English Dictionary's definition of "happy" is a little more helpful: "Feeling or showing pleasure or contentment." That's better! So, happiness is the state of feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. From this definition, we can glean a few important points about happiness: 1. Happiness is a state, not a trait; in other words, it isn't a long-lasting, permanent feature or personality trait, but a more fleeting, changeable state. 2. Happiness is equated with feeling pleasure or contentment, meaning that happiness is not to be confused with joy, ecstasy, bliss, or other more intense feelings. 3. Happiness can be either feeling or showing, meaning that happiness is not necessarily an internal or external experience, but can be both. it's possible Happiness looks different for everyone. For you, maybe it's being at peace with who you are. Or having a secure network of friends who accept you unconditionally. Or the freedom to pursue your deepest dreams. Regardless of your version of true happiness, living a happier, more satisfied life is within reach. A few tweaks to your regular habits can help you get there. If you've ever tried breaking a bad habit, you know all too well how engrained they are. Well, good habits are deeply engrained, too. Why not work on making positive habits part of your routine? Here's a look at some daily, monthly, and yearly habits to help kickstart your quest. Just remember that everyone's version of happiness is a little different, and so is their path to achieving it. If some of these habits create added stress or just don't fit your lifestyle, ditch them. With a little time and practice, you'll figure out what does and doesn't work for you.

The Happy Trinity

Author: Dylan DeMarsico

Publisher: Eyes Open Press

ISBN: 0999180630

Category: Religion

Page: 118

View: 7688


What do you think God is like? Is He boring and distant? Is He mostly disappointed with your life? Or is He a happy Father who has been with you all along? In these pages you will be encouraged to completely rethink who God is. Surprisingly, the Scriptures teach that the Father, Son, and Spirit are filled with laughter, playfulness, and joy! Even the wrath of God must be understood in light of His happiness. This book is a refreshing drink to a dry and weary world. Kick off your shoes and pour yourself a glass of The Happy Trinity!