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Why We Feel Awe

Why We Feel Awe

Jun 2, 2016-- "News stories and social media posts inundate us every day with tips for greater happiness, health, and general well-being. But who has time to fit them into our already packed schedules? Recently, though, my research has led me to believe that one simple prescription can have transformative effects: look for more daily experiences of awe. This doesn't require a trek to the mountains. What the science of awe suggests is that opportunities for awe surround us, and their benefits are profound." Read on for a fascinating deep-dive into what just might be our most under-rated emotion. (12177 reads)


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Take ActionSharpen your senses this week and tune into the quiet marvels within and without. For inspiration here's a passage by Nobel-prizewinning physRichard Feynman on "New Atoms Doing the Same Dance" [more]



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