How to Live with Purpose, Meaning & Wellbeing with Ivan Staroversky





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Published on Aug 10, 2012

EBTV with host Evita Ochel (http://www.evitaochel.com) and featured guest Ivan Staroversky (https://staroversky.com/) in a dialogue about the missing parts when it comes to living with purpose, happiness and well-being, and how to achieve them on a meaningful level to live with balance in our lives.

Ivan is a psychotherapist, NLP trainer and practical scholar in the field of applied positive psychology.

General sequence of video topics covered includes:
- what is life hacking
- defining what is real success, happiness and purpose
- a look at the Western model of success and why it is not bringing us real happiness
- an explanation of the 3 different types of well-being (hedonic, eudaimonic and halcyonic)
- understanding of the problems with the first two states of well-being
- why is halcyonic well-being so important
- the role of presence and mindfulness in our well-being
- an explanation of the 5 states of well-being based on a model from Eastern traditions*
- how well-being is tied to happiness and effectiveness
- how our mental maps shape the quality of our life
- examples of the 3 mental maps that we may live with
- how we can discover the mental maps that we operate from
- the role of the conscious and subconscious mind and their influence
- how to change subconscious mind patterns or belief systems
- an explanation of the 4 basic mental constructs that we live from derived from childhood
- the implications of parenting and importance of conscious parenting
- practical applications of how to change our mental constructs to live with purpose and happiness
- an explanation of the 4 Hindu Objectives of Human Life*

*The diagrams shown in the videos were created by Ivan and can be viewed in detail on his site here:

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