Why Awe is Good For You

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Have you ever considered the benefits of feeling awe?

Dacher Keltner (director of the Greater Good Science Center (GGSC) and professor at UC Berkeley) outlines how awe can be found in our everyday lives; how it fosters kindness, happiness and connection; how it embeds us in social collectives.

‘Don’t underestimate the power of goosebumps—actively seek out the experiences that nurture your own hunger for awe…You will be the better for it—and, as your feelings of awe ripple out through acts of kindness, so will the rest of us.’

Read this article to find out more.

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