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Kolong Tangga Museum (Space Under the Stairs)

Named for its location literally under the stairs in Taman Budaya, the purpose of this collection of hundreds of children’s games and toys is to preserve them, many of which have almost been forgotten, and to introduce culture and art to children. Fun for both kids and adults, exhibitions change every three months. Children can enjoy read story book on ‘Burung Biru Library‘.

Taman Budaya Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta Cultural Park), Jl. Sriwedani No. 1 (near Pasar Beringharjo). Open Tuesday – Friday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm; Saturday – Sunday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.


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if you turn your attention to other things, it will

from it only slightly.

come and sit softly on your shoulder.”

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losopher Bertrand Russell had this to say: “Happiness is not, except in very rare cases, something that drops into the mouth, like a ripe fruit. ... Happiness must be, for most men and women, an achievement rather than a gift of the gods, and in this achievement, effort, both inward and outward, must play a great part.” to be continued on page 8

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Travel with kids: Should you take technology? By Kori Ellis

T

he benefits of unplugging.

to keep them occupied with a few

Do

a

gadgets. A portable DVD player

vacation away from it all?

or a handheld gaming system can

No email, smartphone, computer

be just what is needed to stop the

-- nothing! Well, maybe just your

incessant cries of “Are we there

iPhone... and your hubby want his

yet?” coming from the backseat.

you

dream

of

iPad, of course... and the kids need

Play it safe

their portable gaming system...

Of course, you shouldn’t travel

and so on. When you’re traveling

without your smartphone. If your

with your family, is it possible to be

car was to break down or you were

totally unplugged?

to get lost, it’s an absolute must

We all need a vacation every

for safety reasons. GPS units are

now and again to relax, unwind

great when you are in unfamiliar

and get away from the pressures

locations because they tell you

of day-to-day life. In this techie

exactly how to get from point A to

age, most of us are addicted to technology and think we

point B. Many cars are equipped with GPS these days, and

can’t live without it. So vacation seems like a great time

if yours isn’t, you most likely have GPS apps and Google

to unplug... or does it? Though it’s a good idea to get away

maps right on your phone.

from all your electronics and gadgets every once in a while, when you are traveling with your children, you probably won’t be able to completely break free from technology. Battling boredom

At your destination Once you reach your destination, it’s time to ditch the technology as much as possible. Even though most vacation spots -- no matter how remote -- offer Wi-Fi these days, you

on a nature hike and explore the great outdoors instead. Being tech-free offers a great opportunity to really talk and bond as a family. In many cases, parents are just as guilty about clinging to technology as kids. Believe it or not, it’s not essential that you upload your vacation photos to Facebook immediately after you take them or that you check your email every hour. However, technology is still helpful in small doses while you are at your destination. For example, you can read restaurant reviews online before deciding where to eat in a strange city. And of course, you do want to take photos on your trip -- so you’ll need your smartphone or a digital camera. But you should establish screen time limits for your vacation. Don’t give in If your kids are tech-junkies, there will undoubtedly be some nagging when you cut back or eliminate their electronics. However, after a few days without being constantly online or otherwise using technology, everyone will find themselves missing it less and less. And who knows -- when you return home, maybe you can all be a little less dependent on technology too.

Family road trips can be a whole lot of fun. However,

don’t want your family glued to their phones, laptops and

kids get bored and they need something to keep them

other electronics. You want them to unplug and interact.

Technology adds so much to our lives, but sometimes

occupied. You can play the license plate game, but how

If your kids say they’re bored on a camping trip, don’t be

the best thing to do with technology is to simply leave it

long will that last? While they are in the car, it’s a good idea

tempted to allow them to break out the video games. Go

behind. For a little while, anyhow.


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June 18 - July 1, 2013

Eco-Friendly Home Made Disinfectants By Sarah Wassner Flynn

Love to keep things spic-and-span? While your house may be spotless, you may be harming your health as well as the environment. Fortunately, for you and

EASY ALL-PURPOSE CLEANER For a solution that will wipe up messy spots, mix two cups of white vinegar with equal parts water (plus a

the Earth, there are alternatives to harsh chemically-laden cleaning products. Best yet, you can easily make them yourself from natural, eco-friendly ingredients.

little essential oil, like tea tree, rosemary or lavender, to add a fragrance, if you want one). To boost its cleaning power, warm it in the microwave in a glass container.

Did you know that the chemicals in some detergents and cleaning products may trigger ailments like asthma and eczema, while others may cause decreased fertility, miscarriages, premature births and cancers of the reproductive organs? These toxins are not only harmful to your health, they are equally damaging to the eco-system. However, if you are feeling crafty, you can whip up some of these create-your-own, eco-friendly cleaners from Women’s Voices for the Earth, an environmental group based in Missoula, Montana. All ingredients can be found online, at your supermarket, or at a natural food store.

CREAMY SOFT SCRUB Do your bathroom or kitchen tiles need a good scrubbing? Mix two cups baking soda, 1/2-cup liquid castile soap, four teaspoons vegetable glycerin, and five drops of an antibacterial essential oil, such as cinnamon bark, lemongrass and thyme oils, for fragrance. Then, tackle those tiles! And once you are done, you can store the scrub in a glass jar for two years. FURNITURE POLISH Shine up your favorite furniture by wiping it down

with a mix of 1/4-cup olive oil with four tablespoons white distilled vinegar and 20 to 30 drops of lemon essential oil. Don’t have the latter? Swap it for two teaspoons of lemon juice and store the polish in the fridge after you have cleaned, to keep it fresh. LAUNDRY DETERGENT This detergent gets your clothes clean without the extra chemicals. First, make soap flakes by grating a pure vegetable soap bar with a cheese grater. Then, mix one cup of the flakes with 1/2-cup of washing soda (found in the laundry aisle) and 1/2-cup of borax, a powder or crystalline salt water softener and disinfectant. Use one to two tablespoons of the detergent per load of laundry. DRAIN OPENER Who knew vinegar works wonders on clogged drains, too? Pour 1/2-cup of baking soda into the drain, and then follow that with a cup of vinegar. After about 30 minutes, flush the train with boiling water.

What’s On Jogja? is free for all non profit activities, groups, etc. For your events to be listed here contact: JOGJA AD by fax it to (0274) 625 952 or SMS it to (0274) 9365 952 or e-mail it to info@ jogjaad.com. Jogja latest and most up to date calendar of events can be seen also at www.JogjaPages. com. Please notify our office for any corrections or changes. Let’s keep this up to date! Yogyakarta International Congregation’s worship services are held every Sunday in the Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Jl. Gejayan, at 5 p.m. A Bible-focused Sunday School is provided during the worship service for children to learn creatively. For more information on this interdenominational service contact 081227440134 / cartalyn@ugm.ac.id. Services are in English. Every Sunday Morning from 7.30 to 9.30am Dog Obedience Training with Animal Friends Jogja. Venue: In the forest near Joko Pekik house, Sembungan, Bantul. To join or information, email animalfriendsjogja@gmail.com (subject: Dog Training) or contact 0818 0411 5214. JUNE Ramayana Ballet at Open Air Theater, Prambanan Temple. Full Story: June 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27. Episodic Story: June 21, 22, 23 and 24. Show starts at 7.30 pm. For reservations call (0274) 496 408. June 1 – 27, 2013 Solo Painting Exhibition: “DANCE OF FLOWER TREE” by Nur Milisani. Venue: Tirana at Suryodiningratan 55 Yogyakarta. June 2 – 20, 2013 Visual Art Exhibition: “Satu Atap” by Ahmed Zafli, Andon Esty, Ashari, Joko Supriyono, M. Nurdihan, Nanang, Rinto, Sri Pramono, Suryo, Teguh Margono. Venue: Kersan Art Studio. June 5 – 20, 2013 Decorative Painting Exhibition: “OLEH-OLEH LIBURAN” by Mulyo Gunarso, Nur Milisani, Risqy Ramadhan a.k.a Vyo, Tina Wahyuningsih and Vina Puspita. Venue: Hotel Duta Wisata I at jalan Urip Sumoharjo Np 73 Yogyakarta June 6 – 19, 2013 International art exhibition about the environment and cultural landscape river in Southeast Asia: RIVERSCAPES IN FLUX. Venue: Langgeng Art Foundation at Suryodiningratan 37 Yogyakarta. Open Daily: 11 am – 6 pm (Monday – Saturday). For details, see www.jogjapages.com. June 8 – 30, 2013 Horor Comic book launching and exhibition: Cinta Sejati by Indiria Maharsi, Enjah by Tomas Soejakto, The Cursed Face by Hide Hidayat and Aku Tak Percaya Hantu by Kharisma Jati. Discussion on June 15 at 2pm. Venue: Gallery Kedai Kebun Forum at Tirtodipuran No.3 Yogyakarta. June 14 – 20, 2013 Visual Art Exhibition: “EKSPRESI RUPA LINTAS GENERASI”. Artists: Nyoman Gunarsa, GM Sudarta, Nasirun, Soenarto PR, Djakaria, Su Ardi, Suwaji, Valen, Harsono, Ledek Sukadi and Sumadi. Venue: Posnya Seni Godod at Suryodiningratan MJ II / 641, Yogyakarta. June 14 – 20, 2013 Visual Art Exhibition: “Tafsir Mimpi” by Kelompok Batu Asah art community. Venue: Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta at jalan Suroto 2 Kotabaru.

June 15 – 22, 2013 Visual Art Exhibition: “Water Color Party #1” by 23 artists. Venue: Kedai Belakang at jalan Taman Siswa, Yogyakarta. June 19 – 24, 2013 PASAR KANGEN JOGJA 2013: folk market, traditional food bazaar. Venue: Taman Budaya Yogyakarta at jalan Sriwedani no. 1. June 20, 2013 starts at 7pm Contemporary Music Concert in conjunction with Printemps Français 2013 with NAIVE NEW BEATERS ( David Boring – vocal, Martin Luther BB King – guitar and €urobelix – keyboard. Free and open for public. Venue: Concert Hall of Taman Budaya Yogyakarta at jalan Sriwedani no 1.

at Nagan Lor 25, west of South Square of Sultan Palace, Yogyakarta. June 25 – July 5, 2013 Festival Kesenian Yogyakarta (FKY) 2013: art & craft bazaar, art parade, performances, live cooking fest, Jogja heritage soundscape and children traditional folk game. Venue: Ngasem Market at jalan Polowijan, Patehan, Kraton. For schedule and info, see www.infofky.com June 27 – 30, 2013 Solo art exhibition: “URBANTERESTRIAL” by DINAKUMIS LESTARI. Venue: I AM at Nagan Lor 25, west of South Square of Sultan Palace.

June 21 – 23, 2013 Parangkusumo DRAGON KITE FESTIVAL, a Guines Word Record breaking. Venue: Parangkusumo Beach, Parangtritis Area, Bantul.

June 28, 2013 starts at 8 pm Wayang Kulit – leather puppet show: “Semar mbarang Jantur” with puppet master Ki Dalang Kiswan Dwi Nawaeka. Venue: Pendapa (Hall) of Dinas Kebudayaan Propinsi DIY at jalan Cendana no. 11 Yogyakarta. Free and Open for public. For information, call +62 85 6288 9057.

June 21 – 23, 2013 Folk Fiesta: “Festival Malioboro 2013”: concert, dance performance, bazaar. Venue: SO1 Maret at Central Post Office Junction, Yogyakarta.

June 28, starts at 2pm Rock Concert: “Rock Siang Bolong”. Ticket charged. Venue: Jogja National Museum at jalan Amri Yahya no. 1 Wirobrajan, Yogyakarta.

June 21 – 29, 2013 Yogyakarta International Media Art Festival 2013: “CELLSBUTTON # 07 -Territory”. For rundown event and venue information, see www.jogjapages.com and for information see www.natural-fiber.com.

June 29 – 30, 2013 Jogja Toys Festival: Gundam Competition. Venue: Balai Utari of Gedung Wanitatama at jalan Laksda Adisucipto, Yogyakarta. For information, call Wira at 08179493759.

June 22, 2013 starts at 8pm Main event of commemoration of 201 years of Pakualaman Palace. Venue: Pakualaman Palace, Yogyakarta.

June 30, 2013 starts at 3:30pm Cultural Parade at Outer Ring of Pakualaman Palace Yogyakarta: Pakualam Troops Parade, folk traditional ceremony.

June 22 – 23, 2013 starts at 8am Jemparingan – Yogyakartan/Mataraman archery traditional competition. Free and Open for public. Venue: Kestalan Yard of Pakualaman Palace, Yogyakarta.

JULY Ramayana Ballet at Open Air Theater, Prambanan Temple. Full Story: July 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18, 23, 25, 26, 27, and 30. Episodic Story: July 19, 20, 21 and 22. Show starts at 7.30 pm. For reservations call (0274) 496 408. The “full story” is a compilation of the four episodes and lasts about 2 hours, with a 15-minute refreshments break. The “episodic story” consists of four parts performed on four consecutive nights. Each episode lasts about 1.5 hours. Both versions of the dance-drama have been modified for tourists by omitting lengthy Javanese dialog.

June 23, 2013 starts at 8:30am Yogyakarta Tradition Ceremony Festival by 10 participants from Yogyakarta. Free and Open for public. Venue: North Square of Sultan Palace. June 23, 2013 starts at 2pm – 5 pm Tradition Performances. Free and Open for public. Venue: Sewandanan Square of Pakualaman Palace, Yogyakarta. June 23 – 25, 2013 GERMAN CINEMA FILM FESTIVAL 2013. Free with ticket. For reservation, contact Pusman UGM at Kompleks Bulaksumur F11 UGM, or call (0274) 8390905. Last reservation on June 21 at 9pm. Venue: Auditorium of FIB, UGM (Fakultas Ilmu Budaya). For complete schedule, see www. jogjapages.com. June 24 – 29 starts at 3 pm everyday Art & Culture Week. Free and Open for public. Venue: Pakualaman Palace, Yogyakarta. June 24 – 26, 2013 Solo art exhibition: “VISUAL FRAGMENTS” by AGRA LOCITA. Venue: I AM

July 3 – 19, 2013 Group art exhibition: NAFAS RESIDENCY CYCLE #3. Venue: I AM at Nagan Lor 25, west of South Square of Sultan Palace, Yogyakarta. July 6 – 7, 2013 2013 Yogyakarta Gamelan Festival. Venue: Ngasem Market at jalan Polowijan, Patehan, Kraton – Yogyakarta. July 6 – 20, 2013 ART|JOG 2013 – “MARITIME CULTURE”: contemporary art exhibition, art discussion and studio visit. Exhibition on Taman Budaya Yogyakarta at jalan Sriwedani no 1 (opposite of Fort Vredeburg). Open and free for public. Gallery opens daily from 9 am – 9 pm. For schedule and information, see www.jogjapages.com.


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Pagelaran Uyon-uyon Beksan Performance of a fragment of the Gagrak ballet using the Yogyakarta style of dance accompanied by Javanese gamelan and song. Every Thursday 10:00 am – 12:00 noon at the Bangsal Sri Manganti pendopo (meeting hall) at the Keraton.

KERATON (SULTAN PALACE) JOGJAKARTA

Hotels Edu Hostel Jogja: www.eduhostels.com Kresna Hotel Wonosobo: www.kresnahotel.com Melia Purosani: www.jogjapages.com/melia-purosani Tentrem: www.hoteltentrem.com Hotel association: www.JCJHA.com

Wayang Orang Ballet – Pagelaran Beksan Wayang Orang Performance of wayang ballet and the Keraton sacred dances (Bedhaya, Klana Gagah, or fragments of the Ramayana or Mahabharata epics.) Every Sunday 09:30 am – 12:00 noon at the Bangsal Sri Manganti pendopo (meeting hall) at the Keraton.

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Gamelan Orchestra – Pagelaran Kerawitan Performance of Javanese-Mataram style composition on the Slendro and

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Pelog gamelan sets. Every Monday and Tuesday 10:00 am – 12:00 noon

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This wayang show was created by Ki Trunadipura from Surakarta (Solo).

at the Bangsal Sri Manganti pendopo (meeting hall) at the Keraton. Wooden Puppets – Pagelaran Wayang Golek Menak The Menak story was inspired by a Persian Islamic epic but has been

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converted to Javanese or Maduranese characters. Every Wednesday 10:00 am – 12:00 noon at the Bangsal Sri Manganti

Tours & Travel: Indorama: www.indorama.be Other: Berlico Mulia Farma: www.jogjapages.com/berlico-mulia-farma Emax: www.emax.co.id PT Sung Chang Indonesia: www.sungchangindonesia.com Epotech: www.epotechindonesia.com Special Coffee: kopijoss.jogjapages.com

Police 110 KAPOLDA-DIY (SMS) 7100110 Ambulance 113 Directory Inquiries 108 Fire Brigade 412118 IDD 001/008 Immigration Office 489165 Dr. Sarjito Hospital 587333 RSUD Jogjakarta 371195 RSUD Bantul 367381 RSU Wates 773169 Panti Rapih Hospital 514014 PKU Hospital 512653 Dr. Yap Hospital 562054 RS Patmasuri 372367 RSI Hidayatullah 389194

RS Puri Nirmala 515255 RS Bethesda 562246 SAR Jogjakarta 115 Red Cross 379212 Giwangan Bus Station 410015 Adisucipto Airport 484261 Tugu Train Station 589685 Garuda Airlines 551515 JAS Taxi 373737 ASA Taxi 545545 Centris Taxi 4362298 Setia Kawan Taxi 412000 Pamungkas 621055 Rajawali 487676 Vetri 563551 Jogja Ad 625952

Javanese Poetry – Pagelaran Maospat Javanese poetry recital taken from the Kawedanan Hageng Punokawan Widya Budaya books and letters, which describe the history of the Mataram Kingdom. Every Friday 09:00 – 11:00 am at the Bangsal Sri Manganti pendopo (meeting hall) at the Keraton. Leather Shadow Puppet Show – Pagelaran Wayang Kulit Every Saturday 09:30 am –1 pm at the Bangsal Sri Manganti pendopo (meeting hall) at the Keraton.

PAKUALAM PALACE Gamelan & dance training Every Monday: 5:00 - 7:00 pm Gamelan & dance training Every Thursday: 5:00 - 7:00 pm Gamelan orchestra Eve of Saturdays Paing (Friday night Legi): 9:30 pm-midnight

SONOBUDOYO MUSEUM

Jl. Trikora No. 6 (North Square of Sultan Palace) Daily Leather Puppet Show: 8.00 – 10.00 P.M.

pendopo (meeting hall) at the Keraton.

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Montong: Vegetarian Café & Resto, Guesthouse. Let’s start healthy lifestyle. Ruko Metro Square Jl. Mayjend Bambang Sugeng km.5, Mertoyudan - Magelang.

Abhayagiri Restaurant and Banquet Service offers romantic dining sensation on the top of Yogyakarta. For reservation: Ph : (62 274) 44 69 277, or 082134535000.

Nanamia Pizzeria serves real authentic Italian food, affordable local prize on cozy place. Jl. Moses Gatotkaca B.13 Gejayan, Jogja. Delivery & reservation, call (0274) 556 494.

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Sasanti Restaurant & Lounge serving “home-cooking”: authentic Indonesian food plus Western food prepared for Western tastes. Jl. Palagan Tentara Pelajar No. 52A Jogja(Next door to Hyatt Regency). Ph: (0274) 650-9860.

Sangam House offer traditional Indian Cuisine, Boutique and Art space. Yoga Class everyday. Open everyday 12 noon-10pm. Delivery & reservation: (0274) 562 132. Jl. Pandega Siwi 14 (Jl. Kaliurang km 5,6.) Yogyakarta.

K Meal’s provides special French Food, wood oven pizza & art gallery on local prices. We sell only fresh products. Open daily. Jl. Tirtodipuran no. 67. Tel: (0274) 829 0097.

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LOVING HUT provide delicious & healthy plant-based dishes. Be Veg and go green to save the planet! Jl. Moses Gatotkaca A 18 & Jl Kemetiran Kidul No.1.

ViaVia Travelers Cafe and Restaurant. We inspire you to travel, discover and broaden your horizons. Jl. Prawirotaman 30 Jogjakarta. Phone: 0274-386 557.

Meatshop Indoguna provides Italian pasta, Switzerland cheese, French butter, Norwegian salmon, and other frozen supplies. Your culinary experiences start here. Jl. R.W. Monginsidi 37 Jogja tel. (0274) 563-617.

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Choosing To Be Happy - continue from page 1 The intention to be happy is the active desire and commitment to be happ.y It’s the decision to consciously choose attitudes and behaviors that lead to happiness over unhappiness.

In short, we may be born with a happiness “set point,” but we are not stuck there. Happiness also depends on how we

For example, reprogram your beliefs and values. Learn

manage our emotions and our relationships with others.

good self-management skills, good interpersonal skills, and

We may choose to be more forgiving or more grateful. We

good career-related skills. Choose to be in environments and

learn to identify negative thoughts so we can challenge them.

around

people

For example, when someone crosses you, in your mind you

that

increase

build a case against that person, but that’s very damaging to

your

probabil-

relationships. So they may learn to shut up their inner lawyer

ity of happiness. The

persons

who

become

and stop building these cases against people. Cultivate Gratitude

the happiest and

Gratitude exercise involves listing a few things that make

grow the most

them grateful. This shifts people away from bitterness and de-

are those who

spair, he says, and promotes happiness.

also make truth and their own personal growth primary values.

Foster Forgiveness Holding a grudge and nursing grievances can affect physical as well as mental health, according to a rapidly growing body of research. One way to curtail these kinds of feelings is to foster forgiveness. This reduces the power of bad events to

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create bitterness and resentment. In his book, Five Steps to Forgiveness, clinical psychologist Everett Worthington Jr. offers a 5-step process he calls REACH. First, recall the hurt. Then empathize and try to understand the act from the perpetrator’s point of view. Be altruistic by recalling a time in your life when you were forgiven. Commit to putting your forgiveness into words. You can do this either in a letter to the person you’re forgiving or in your journal. Finally, try to hold on to the forgiveness. Don’t dwell on your anger, hurt, and desire for vengeance. The alternative to forgiveness is mulling over a transgres-

Money Can’t Buy Happiness Research shows that once income climbs above the poverty level, more money brings very little extra happiness. Yet, we keep assuming that because things aren’t bringing us happiness, they’re the wrong things, rather than recognizing that the pursuit itself is futile. Regardless of what we achieve in the pursuit of stuff, it’s never going to bring about an enduring state of happiness. Foster Friendship There are few better antidotes to unhappiness than close friendships with people who care about you. One Australian

sion. This is a form of chronic

study found that people over 70

stress, says Worthington.

who had the strongest network of friends lived much longer.

“Rumination is the mental health bad boy,” said Wor-

Sadly, our increasingly indi-

thington. “It’s associated with

vidualistic society suffers from

almost everything bad in the

impoverished social connections,

mental health field -- obses-

which some psychologists believe

sive-compulsive disorder, de-

is a cause of today’s epidemic lev-

pression, anxiety -- probably

els of depression. The social ties

hives, too.”

that bind also provide support in difficult times.

Counteract Negative Thoughts and Feelings

Engage in Meaningful Activities

Improve your mental hygiene. The mind to a man riding an

People are seldom happier than when they’re in the

elephant. The elephant represents the powerful thoughts and feel-

“flow.” This is a state in which your mind becomes thorough-

ings -- mostly unconscious -- that drive your behavior. The man,

ly absorbed in a meaningful task that challenges your abilities.

although much weaker, can exert control over the elephant, just

Yet, he has found that the most common leisure time activity

as you can exert control over negative thoughts and feelings.

-- watching TV -- produces some of the lowest levels of hap-

The key is a commitment to doing the things necessary to retrain the elephant and the evidence suggests there’s a lot you can do. It just takes work. For example, you can practice meditation, rhythmic breathing, yoga, or relaxation techniques to quell anxiety and

piness. To get more out of life, we need to put more into it. Active leisure that helps a person grow does not come easily. Each of the flow-producing activities requires an initial investment of attention before it begins to be enjoyable.

promote serenity. You can learn to recognize and challenge

So it turns out that happiness can be a matter of choice.

thoughts you have about being inadequate and helpless. If you

Some people are lucky enough to possess genes that foster

learn techniques for identifying negative thoughts, then it’s

happiness. However, certain thought patterns and interper-

easier to challenge them.

sonal skills definitely help people become an “epicure of experience.”

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