Our video analyzes where Positive Psychology can meet with different spiritual traditions, to facilitate clients' flourishing.
We start by integrating an "outcome-centred" approach (Dr. Martin Seligman's PERMA) with an "input-centred" approach to well-being (AmAre) to facilitate the clients' journey from fragmentation (values, goals, cognition and behaviour are not aligned, and detrimental, to each-other) to unity (values, goals, cognition and behaviour are aligned, and contributing, to each-other).
We mention Evolutionary Theology as a working tool for practitioners facilitating interfaith peer support groups. We introduce the key aspects of Madhyamaka, Advaita Vedanta, and Jewish Tikkun Olam and Chesed, showing how personal development for the benefit of all beings is an underlying theme to different religious and spiritual traditions.
We summarize some positive psychology interventions which are beneficial to the process.
About Frank Ra Frank Ra is a Dharma instructor. He has been coaching and working in eCommunication since late 1995. He studied Dharma, Business, and graduated in International Relations and Diplomacy. Frank is creating awareness about AmAre as an inspirational, strategical, tactical, assessment and outreach tool to facilitate living a happy, meaningful and fulfilling life. He is Italian, has travelled in over 30 countries and 80 cities, cultivating personal/professional development living in London, USA, Malta, Estonia. He now settled in beautiful British Columbia.