Engineer Your Well-Being: Finding Your Source of Happiness

Engineer Your Well-Being: Finding Your Source of Happiness

What if you could engineer your own well-being? Join a new well-being community that is focused on helping you discover your sources of happiness! For the first time ever, the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being is partnering with the world-renowned Isha Foundation to offer a program designed for our community to develop well-being skills. We're looking for Mason students, staff, and faculty to join this new experience. Participants will learn scientifically proven tools from the yogic sciences to:

  • Stimulate mental sharpness, focus, and clarity
  • Inspire creative thinking
  • Promote physical and psychological well-being, joy, vitality, and engagement
  • Alleviate stress and burnout in college and work
  • Experience a greater sense of community and develop a unique support system

The cohort will meet every other week between mid-September and the end of November. The community experience will be facilitated by Mason faculty member Dr. Jessica Srikantia, as well as specialized Isha Foundation staff members who will offer additional resources throughout the course. Consider joining this community of support and jumpstart your well-being through this self-paced course. The first 30 participants will receive a free scholarship for this program!

Register here

Contact Dr. Jessica Srikantia for more information:

Learn more from this Inner Engineering video and this Harvard Medical School research study!

Let these quotes from Sadhguru motivate you to consider registering for Engineer Your Well-Being:

"As there is a science and technology to create external well-being, there is a whole dimension of science and technology for inner well-being."

"The most sophisticated machine on this planet is the human body. But you have not read the user’s manual. Let us explore.”

“Most people are trying to control their minds. I want you to liberate your mind to its fullest possibility.” 

“Your wellness and your illness, your joy and your misery, all come from within. If you want well-being, it is time to turn inward.”