Happy with His Holiness

It's World Peace Day on Monday 21st September and I am honoured to be talking on the same stage as the Dalai Lama, the patron for Action for Happiness. Why not start your Happiness Club on World Peace Day?

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Sep 16, 2015
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I have been invited by Action for Happiness to talk on the same stage as the Dalai Lama on Monday. I could pass out with happiness! The Dalai Lama is Action for Happiness' patron and they have arranged a very special afternoon event on Monday 21 September (World Peace Day) in London. The event will look at how to create a happier and more caring world and will celebrate and support the work which Action for Happiness supporters are doing to make a difference. I have been working with Action for Happiness all year as my capacity as Editor at Psychologies magazine and we have created nearly 1000 Happiness Clubs around the world.

As well as the Action for Happiness founders and team, the event will include:

  • Daniel Goleman - who will share the key messages from A Force For Good, his wonderful new book about the Dalai Lama's vision for our world.
  • Richie Davidson - who will share the very latest research about the neuroscience of happiness and compassion
  • Matthieu Ricard - who will explore why compassion is vital and how we can create a kinder and more caring world

And me!

The event is sold out but if you want to start your own Happiness Club, with support from Psychologies and Action for Happiness, start here:

https://lifelabs.psychologies.co.uk/channels/154-the-happiness-club
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Suzy Walker

Editor of Psychologies, Psychologies

I am proud to be editor of Psychologies, a magazine that champions, challenges and coaches us to think differently so we can solve our own problems and create a life that nourishes us. Author of Making The Big Leap and The Big Peace, Suzy believes that the secret to happiness is living life to the full right here, right now, committing to a few goals now and again and taking Oscar, the Psychologies dog for a walk round the field when it all gets a bit too much.

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