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The new era of positive psychology | Martin Seligman
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16 July 2018, 07:59
Here we are ten years later, time for an update.
29 June 2018, 05:50
psychology is all about making money, it is a business... many mental illness-es are nutrient deficiencies that you cannot CURE with a petrochemical PILL
21 June 2018, 16:06
Happiness belongs to the one who made it get to know him and he will make you happy ✌🏾
18 June 2018, 16:39
This is new age garbage and explains the mental health crisis.
18 June 2018, 05:49
Who else is here after watching Swami Sarvapriyananda Ji Maharaj's speech @ IIT Kanpur?
15 June 2018, 21:28
14 June 2018, 18:46
12 June 2018, 05:23
"The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge."- Psalm 18:2
24 April 2018, 23:42
I m amazed to say that the idea of "positive psychology" by mr. martin is surprisingly looks like inspired by OSHO. in one of his discourses from 90's ,he said that " Removing the illness & misery from human body is not a giving a health & thriving life, it would be a negative defination of health". when I read about positive psychology I m really amazed to hear it from mr. Martin. 😕😕
12 April 2018, 06:27
One "like" from INDIA🙏🙏
12 February 2018, 13:34
After his opponent criticized him on his demonization of pessimism. He later admitted that thier are pessimists who lead healthy lives, but than immediatly rejects that by continuing his stance that people only need optimism. It's despicable. You can't really know what you want, until you understand why you are upset. Period the end. No one, NO ONE should be teaching people to fake happiness. Happiness should come naturally, and so should all other emotions a person can have. They should be used as tools. You can't tell people to ignore thier negative emotions, just because they are uncomfortable or inconvenient, and than expect people to be happy. Seligman is a joke.
6 January 2018, 01:41
Flow reminds me of the joy of play as a child on the playground
Chia Ming Liu
21 December 2017, 12:04
useless theoretical lies. not feasible.
26 October 2017, 12:10
Whether we live in the jungle or in a big city, we get up and do what we do; only sometimes do we think about being happier, like when we are pissed off. Aristotle's teleology is up the creek; only for the idle rich is happiness the everyday telos. And, anyway, hoping to be happy is like hoping for nice weather in the UK - it's a non-starter! 'Flow' is just about professionals avoiding mistakes, but they put rubbers on the ends of pencils, don't they? Since Positive Psychology began they have been promoting the entrepreneurship of selling your expertise on being 'Happy': everywhere I go there is some young person trying to sell me their opinion on how to be sexy and affluent - it's really making me miserable!
24 October 2017, 20:56
2:18 it's 13 yrs
18 September 2017, 19:16
I was capable of flow. I found out it's the reason im not successful while im still happy. I was addicted so I was not trying new things. I stayed for long time in the field that made me feel this rushes of excitement. When I let it go and choose new path in my life i finally can say that i know I'am alive. Image is changing. Things are shifting. All is flow not only moments.
1 September 2017, 07:15
Cool = I met Prof. Martin Seligman on his recent visit to Lion-land (Sri Lanka) . He is Very nice cool guy . greatest mind in this century . Thank You
15 August 2017, 18:25
This is such an interesting subject to talk about because of the fact that the PSYCHOLOGY is only meant for only negative emotions in this world.This is such an excellent illustration about how can a human being have POSITIVE HAPPINESS with respect to three aspects: pleasure, Engagement, Meaning.We all should try to make this a better place for our future generations to come and live with positive happiness.
24 July 2017, 10:48
since this is 13 years old, how relevant is this today?
23 June 2017, 12:52
I saw Seligman last year in Vienna when he launched his new project "Prospective Psychology" together with Roy Baumann. Here are my thoughts: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/one-among-many/201705/seligman-tour
18 May 2017, 06:38
Seligman , hàzme un hijo <3 :D
13 May 2017, 23:38
30 April 2017, 21:37
This lines up with who I am and will benefit my clients.
17 April 2017, 22:33
this guy is so FAKE. mental illnesses are genetic.
4 February 2017, 19:02
Happy? Psychology doesn't want you happy; it wants you with a uncurable, possibly treatable diagnosis, several if possible, so you keep cuttin' them checks.
16 January 2017, 16:31
Beautiful, thanks for sharing
Ludmila Pereira Duarte
5 September 2016, 18:14
27 June 2016, 19:03
for anyone who loved this talk I highly recommend "learned optimism" by this guy.on a side note I love his voice...sooo soothing!
6 June 2016, 20:18
The positive psychology treats human how to be happy or how to live with happiness. At some extend in our life we had a period that we were happy. This new trend works to maintain and sustain the period for human. There are many ways, the first they did they made people to think happy. That why after sixty years of studying diseases, they shifted to happiness and strength of human. This is actually give new and positive reviews to psychology and psychologists. This approach divided the happy life as, the pleasantness, the good life and the meaningful life. One technique for a person to experience them is to be social. Of the person becomes social he can experience them
Mari luz González
2 April 2016, 12:31
Hello; I didn´t undertand one thing: In the equation LS=PA+engagementt+meaning what LS and PA mean?? can anyone give the aswer to this question i would really apreciate it
13 January 2016, 23:52
This is highly inspirationnal
6 December 2015, 17:29
If you want anything to work well there must be GOOD MORAL STANDARDS TO BE IN HEALTHY AND HAPPY AND SO IN A SAFE ENVIRONMENT.. So never tell anyone hooked into a matrix to decieve others that government employees have broke laws against you, but the only thing that would take ones safe well being away, and for them trying to control people into patting bad on the back for CRIMES.. So what you are left with are people with decent humane in them being told they are now schitzos-ADD-Bipolars-All them labels put out by big pharma (1,out for $$$ only)to tear down those not believing the SMUCK FILTHING LIES that they know can never be backed by test. So when motive 1 intent is $$$ =BAD MOTIVES but DECEPTIONS TO CONTROL ONES... By the way I've known many psychologists. So guess what from that I'd say you're a psychiatrist for the zombifying drug pushings okayed but only by not good motive types
20 November 2015, 23:28
maybe the eguation of happiness is= basic needs met+special needs met+sense of appreciation+emtional hygine+forgiveness+guilt free soul
17 November 2015, 10:16
Muito bom o vídeo tudo a ver com uma pesquisa que estamos realizando!!!
8 November 2015, 22:12
I find it interesting when he defines the 'meaningful life' as living a life of action toward something greater than yourself, resulting in a sense of purpose that lives on beyond your own immortality. In addition to this whats more interesting is the reality of ones experience of 'the meaningful life'. When acting altruistically the mind is essentially creating an image generated by thought of a 'possible meaning' greater than oneself and in some respects allows the individual to reach out, to connect, and in doing so expand the parameters of one's own self image. It seems that this expansions of 'the self' is the main ingredient in creating a long lasting positive emotion. When this activity is coupled with 'flow' which can only be described as 'being in the moment' or the absense of 'time' and therefore 'measurement/thought', the individual has removed the possibilty of psychological conflict in that moment because they have moved away from a 'divisive mindset' (that increases the chances of conflicting ideas colliding) toward a 'non-divisive mindset' (which lowers the chances of conflicitng ideas colliding). This 'expansion of 'the self' in conjuction with a 'non divisive mindset' allows for high levels of statisfaction, and furthermore creates strong physical bonds/links in the mind that subsequently enables the likelyhood of an individual returning to such a state in his/hers future.
2 November 2015, 09:49
A nice game app to improve your mood and self esteem: https://itunes.apple.com/app/good-blocks-improve-your-mood/id908038527?mt=8
17 October 2015, 01:55
Not trying to be negative but this is soo... inside the box on the surface concepts. You can't possibly tell if another person is happy without asking/talking to him even if you know all the details about him like how much friends he has, what he does and what his financial situation is or how much he is 'in the flow' or even how well he understands his strengths and the purpose of his life... We could easily find 2 people with the same goals, same understanding about life, same financial situation, same pleasures, same social life, same amount of 'flow'... One of them could be very happy, another - very unhappy. Very simply put - one focuses on positive things, another - on negative. And it doesn't matter one bit what his social life or financial situation is - it's the attitude towards it what really matters. We can be as thorough as you like - why social life doesn't bring you happiness - it doesn't quite teach you to appreciate what you have or to live in the moment and/or unconditionally accept yourself, and that's obviously only one or two possible outcomes out of millions where negative thinker can sabotage his own happiness. Trying to make yourself happy by engaging in external actions in the hopes of living up to someone's standards (aka "you MUST have husband/wife and 2 kids") or seeking pleasures is fundamentally wrong. If you could choose to either have pleasure/friends/wife or husband/kids/acceptance from others/fancy car/fancy house/millions in bank account/you-name-it OR happiness, which one would you choose? The only reason you could possibly want any of these things on the left from 'OR' is for you at least temporarily to become happy, so the answer should be clear, isn't it? What is absolutely certain is that source of happiness is DEFINITELY NOT technology, entertainment or design - those are all quite meaningless things all by themselves in this regard since both depressed and happy people have access to them and there is absolutely no correlation for happy people to be more involved in these things. I can't actually believe he really said that at 22:44. If I believed illuminati existed, I would say this guy is a perfect example of it - talking things like that and showing signs with his hands 23:25 haha.
Tony D. Martin
25 August 2015, 04:04
PSYCH STUDENTS LIKE THIS COMMENTS!
nimim. Marko Mikkilä
6 August 2015, 15:59
25 July 2015, 23:46
I write mini music psych essays and post on YouTube. I also do music psych blogs. Have a look at my channel, anyone?
8 June 2015, 00:51
I was a psych. major and one thing we need from this field; stop asking cute little questions in psych. classes/presentations. Make statements, and provide proof. Getting to a cute question is not getting to answers. We can do better than that.
4 June 2015, 19:11
I was on the bandwagon with Professor Jordan Peterson who said this is stupid field and nothing new. Don't get me wrong, I respect him, but my own opinion is that this might not be exactly a new concept but it's still a good one. It'd be nice if in the realm of psychology I didn't learn much of anything outside abnormal psych or psychiatry and all the medications and diagnoses. I have schizoaffective bipolar II and borderline personality but if I focus on mindfulness, staying sober and positive thought I actually can get better than merely moving from a -8 to a -3 as they say.
23 May 2015, 15:58
Well said!!! Enjoyed this very much!
15 April 2015, 06:08
15 January 2015, 07:36
I've considered the positive approach to psychology, but never thought about how counter it is to the typical manner of approaching the subject until I read his paper and started studying health care reformation. I'm excited about the idea of positive approach to psych being seen as more important in the coming years.
22 November 2014, 05:01
I've always dreamed of being a psychologist, but I never enjoyed the idea of focusing so much on problems and studying so much only about diseases. Mr. Seligman has just made my dream possible: be a psychologist that helps people to be the best they can and design a great life for themselves. Now, I'm seriously thinking again to be a psychologist. I'm grateful!
20 November 2014, 15:50
he was right with energy psych
24 October 2014, 00:57
I guess this guy never heard of Victor Frankel
24 October 2014, 00:45
This stuff is really important for atheists. The rest of us know that happiness comes from right living.
18 October 2014, 13:27
engagement and meaning sound like components of mindfulness in buddhist meditation, just using different vocabulary, the end of which is also understanding and satisfaction but this understanding has been around for thousands of years. you don't have to invent a new brand of psychology to express these things.