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Hygge for the 2020s: positive psychology
DO NOT ENROL ON THIS COURSE UNLESS YOU HAVE WATCHED THE SAMPLE LESSONS AND ALSO READ THIS COURSE DESCRIPTION. IT DOESN'T MATTER WHETHER THIS IS PAID FOR, A GIFT OR EVEN...FREE. IT STILL TAKES TIME TO WATCH. MAKE SURE YOU REALLY WANT TO DO THIS COURSE. THANK YOU.
This course complements the far longer course The Holman Protocol. Hygge is a Danish word and is the art of creating comfort and happiness. What this course gives most of all is comfort and ease. Comfort through ideas, poems, areas to explore and the feedback from others. Confidence because the end is so worthwhile - but so is the journey. Ease because just by starting the (self) exploration and adapting you will begin to learn, to gain and to be happy(ier)
The THIRTEEN AND HALF HOURS includes:
The Holman Protocol (as this is the international version)
How to 'do' Hygge
Hygge and happiness
10 ways to do Hygge
Dimensions of Hygge
Stress and heart disease
Hygge and sleep
Hygge and exercise
Hygge and Random Acts of Kindness
Hygge and learning to linger
Hygge and decluttering
Talking with strangers
The blogger Anna Lea West, refers to hygge as 'cosiness of the soul'. Morley College, in central London (UK) teaches students how to achieve hygge. There are students from 149 countries enrolled on my courses - and yet I am not trying to 'teach' them about hygge - I want everyone to FEEL it.
As the translator ToveMaren Stakkestad has written "Hygge is meant to be felt!."
Hygge comes from a Norwegian word meaning "wellbeing" This course exists for one simple reason: to encourage comfort, to spread happiness and thus improve wellbeing.
As part of the course there is
Homework to encourage you to put ideas into practice
Resources to enable you to apply ideas
I also encourage you to ask (and answer) questions, to make comments, to give feedback.
Participation really is the key.
The Hygge Workbook includes:
Tips on making your bedroom Hygge
Hygge course statistics
Websites and homework for Hygge (from the course)
30 days of Hygge
A 12 month Hygge
Hygge hater or lover
Hygge in the news February 2019
Hygge sleep ritual
Hygge walking meditation
New workbook on DECLUTTERING
Chapter 1 Hygge and decluttering
Chapter 2 Minimalism and Hygge: How to Get Cozy Without the Clutter
Chapter 3 Tips to get you started with decluttering
Chapter 4 Speed is everything
Chapter 5 What NOT to do
Chapter 6 Set a timetable: 30 days?
Chapter 7 30 days – an alternative timetable
Chapter 8 You want a list of tips?
Chapter 9 The best decluttering advice
Chapter 10 Some 5 minute decluttering tips
Chapter 11 The exhaustive guide
Chapter 12 Five baskets!
Chapter 13 96 clutter hacks
Chapter 14 Get rid of these!
All applying the work of Marie Kondo
New workbook added 2020: Hygge in the Summer