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Guia De La Anatomia De Experiencias Positivias

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Este es un esquema minimo de la modelo que he desarrollado desde 1984, basada en la creencia de que las experiencias positivas son nuestros bienes personales ma's valiosos y los recursos internos, por lo que las habilidades en tener experiencias positivas son la caracterstica clave.Esta anatoma de experiencias positivas rompe experiencias positivas temporalmente, para identificar aspectos de habilidades que se pueden desarrollar. Este modelo ha sido presentado en tanto la Psicologa Positiva Reunión Cumbre y la Primera Reunión de la Psicologa Positiva canadiense.

{I} Este preparado(a) mental y fisicamente para experiencias positivas (EPs). Este relajado, con sensacion placentera o comfortable y expresando Fuertes emociones positivas.

Mantenga habitos saludables, una actitud positiva y autoconsultese para tener reflejos robustos y emocionalmente positivos, asi como suficiente energia para obtener un maximo de provecho de las oportunidades de las EPs donde quiera que se presenten, planificadas o inesperadas.

{II} Planifique, calendarice, investigue, anticipe las EPs no solo en vacaciones o fines de semana por las noches, sino a traves de cada dia de la semana.

Estudie sus propios patrones de conducta, sus propios recursos internos y externos y su medio ambiente, para crear una base de conocimientos que le ayude a enfocar en oportunidades de EPs, planificadas o inesperadas y calendarice placeres, diversiones, retos personales y buenas acciones. Estudie el K.P.E.I..

 

{III} Reconozca, identifique, inicie y aproveche sus oportunidades de EPs.

Afine sus habilidades para reconocer oportunidades de EPs e inicielas de la forma mas eficiente posible. Desarrolle una actitud positiva para buscar y encontrar EPs.

{IV} Identifique y prolongue sus EPs.

Aumente la complejidad, duracion, riqueza sensorial, emocional, social y espiritual del contenido de sus EPs de forma que sean mas significativas y memorables.

{V} Memorice

Guarde las EPs (en su cerebro, diario, fotografia, audio, video o Computadora) para integrarlas en su memoria, en su vision de Uste mismo(a) y su relacion con el mundo. Haga una revision posterior de sus EPs para establecer solidamente en su memoria.

{VI} Use las EPs posteriormente.

Traslade los sentimientos y sensaciones, refuerce su autoestima y actitud positiva, encare la adversidad con mayor fuerza, caracter y ecuanimidad, e ilumine su felicidad

 

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Rob is the publisher of positivepsychology.net and has been involved with Positive Psychology since the early 1980's at least as early as 1981. He gave his first presentation at a national professional meeting in 1985, and offered workshops, (more...)
 

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