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Hygge for the 2020s: positive psychology

4.65 (51 reviews)

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15 hours

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Feb 2021

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What you will learn

Realise the joys in life they missed, are still there, waiting to be claimed - and shared

Slow down and BE

Bring Hygge into their life - and share it

Holistic Medicine workbook


Description

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

  • Walking meditation

  • 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 exercises

  • Hygge in the news February 2019

  • Hygge sleep ritual

  • Hygge walking meditation

New workbook on DECLUTTERING

Contents:


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


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Content

(Optional) To spread the Hygge - an extra 7 day course to learn English!

Introduction

Day One: Ask for Help

Day Two: Watch and Listen

Day Three: Write Down Words and Phrases

Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 1)

Day Four: Practice as much as you can (Part 2)

Day Five: Make time to study

Day Six: Five Websites

Day Seven: In conclusion

Oxford School of Learning Diploma

About the Diploma

Introduction

The Holman Protocol

Hygge

How to do it

How to do it (Part 2)

Hygge and happiness

Contrasting with the Holman Protocol

Contrasting with the Holman Protocol (Part 2)

10 Ways

10 Ways (Part 2)

The dimensions of Hygge

The dimensions of Hygge (Part 2)

Stress and heart disease

Walking meditation

Hygge and exercise

Hygge and sleep

Hygge and random acts of kindness

The Hygge mantra

Hygge and meditation

Hygge and learning to linger

Hygge and decluttering

Talking with strangers

In Conclusion

Hygge is about compassion - it is this that lead to these lectures

Lecture 1

Lecture 2

Lecture 3

Lecture 4

Lecture 5

Lecture 6



Reviews

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Kashish4 September 2020

Life is lived in moments, some sweet, some sour, some bitter and some tasteless... Hugge is all about creating some sweet and cozy moments... And this course will tell you how... Also Chris has this unique way to blend the theme of his topic with the way he delivers the lectures... Listening to first four lectures, I felt as if he took me to some cozy warm place inside me which was something like this course is about creating outside ... Hygge... enjoy... in the moment...

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Hollie7 August 2020

It is something I want to embrace, I am eager to learn more how. I have personal difficulties such as a chronic pain & fatigue condition called Fibromyalgia, some mental health difficulties and I am also Autistic. But I want to strive hard to achieve this in the best way that I can.

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Marie29 November 2019

It is a meticulously planned and explained course! Chris is a great instructor who not only demonstrates all the basic principles needed to understand the idea behind Hygga but goes the extra mile of displaying how to properly communicate with other people and doing it with compassion. You can also learn about The Holman Protocol and how to do it (more like introduction but still very good). You'll learn how to sleep better, how to use hygge when doing exercise, meditate or do random acts of kindness. There is some information about decluttering your home and your life too. So much to learn! Highly recommended course! Excellent quality.

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Ann15 October 2019

The reason I am enjoying this course is that it is a real exploration of hygge. Chris does not espouse “curl up, be cozy, decorate in neutral colors,” and call it hygge. He encourages (and gives) multiple resources you can use to develop your own hygge-centered philosophy, and why you would even want to do so. There is so much to learn, I am considering repeating this course after I make it through the first time.

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Dona30 September 2019

I live this way but never thought I could put a name to it. Being of Norwegian descent, it all makes sense!

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Fernando3 September 2019

Excelente curso. Chris nos enseña o recuerda la importancia de estar bien con uno mismo ante la vida y como esto genero un efecto positivo en nuestro entorno y sin darnos cuenta lo proyectamos a los demas. Creamos una buena energia a nuestro alrededor que es percibida por los demas y se refleja en las cosas que hacemos. Beneficios que incluyen la salud y el bienestar. Un gran curso que nos recuerda que lo importante de la vida esta en las cosas mas simples. Chris expone claramente los conetenidos del curso en un ingles muy facil de entender, con muy buena pronunciacion y muy pausado para los que no tenemos el ingles como lengua materna. Muy contento con el curso.

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Brian26 August 2019

This course is not presented in a well-equipped studio, impressive Powerpoint slides, videos incorporated, loads of quizzes etc. It's just an Instructor, (what seems to be) lying down, chatting softly to his Smartphone. Every so often some key points come up and a Youtube video is referenced. This is a home-made, homely, homespun course - and, in a funny sort of way, it is that whole approach that makes this course so fantastic. Hygge is not about being formalised, being regimented - it's about destressing, relaxing, being at home either by yourself (and a mug of hot chocolate) or with someone/something you love. It's an old blanket, a warm fire, a good movie - a shot-at-home course. I like the suggestions. I like the workbook. I like the pace, the tone, the poems, the presentation. I like the course.

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Maria30 July 2019

Very comprehensive material, loads of links being mentioend and now some additional resources and info on the lesser fun things of life. Will finish going through the first section again, already heard/remembered something more. I got a blood pressure meter, so now trying to find strength training's to do with bumm knee. I will succeed.

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Beth21 July 2019

I am enjoying the content so far. It is helping me to see how I can add more coziness, tradition and ritual in my own life.

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Andrew15 April 2019

I’m still feeling this out, but I really appreciate how the presentation style matches the subject matter

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Debra1 April 2019

Thoroughly enjoying the course, so far! Instructor explains the material well and in a manner that is easily absorbed. I did notice few typos on some slides [occuptional hazard--I'm a secretary!] The concept of Hygge really appeals to me and I've been trying to incorporate it into my life the past couple of years, since discovering it. I plan to continue that journey-- Thanks for giving me more tools to aid with that!!

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Susan2 February 2019

I love the poems. I am now very interested in the Holman Protocol ... I winder if I should have done a course in that first as it is referenced so often in here? I will reserve to do that next I suspect.

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Holly30 January 2019

The delivery I have experienced of the course thus far is that it is calming, which I imagine is intentional in regards to the courses topic. I am thoroughly enjoying the content provided.

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Renee7 January 2019

The first section was general and at first felt unrelated as the course was not even mentioned (all about how to leave reviews). I liked it but was confused for the first moments what he is talking about. The next part was ok, some definitions, but a lot of referring to the Holman Protocol which I am not aware of and it was not really explained why it is mentioned in this course, which is Hygge. First mentioning Hygge instead of the Holman Protocol would have made more sense to me. What I don't really like is putting other peoples videos into the video as part of the lesson instead of explaining it yourself.

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Benjamin20 August 2018

Great class I had to overlook some of the video comments but I was OK with it . Thank you Chris for answering my question in a timely manner. You are a Awesome lecturer.



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