In recent years, a growing social interest in happiness has been awakened throughout the world, leading to the creation of Happiness Ministries in some countries and Departments of Happiness in more and more multinational companies and corporations.


In addition to the above, numerous investigations are being carried out, and happiness is becoming the subject of study at some of the most prestigious universities in the world.


Do you want to know what they have been able to discover about happiness?


Scientific research on happiness tells us that...


- People who have a family life and social environment that provide affection and recognition have a longer and happier life.


- Successes and achievements cause an increase in the level of happiness, but only for a short period of time, after which it returns to its usual level as a result of a process known as hedonic adaptation.


- The degree of satisfaction and happiness of the poorest people rises when their income grows and allows them to cover their basic needs, but when a certain level of income and wealth is exceeded, the happiness curve begins to decline.

- The greater your economic aspirations and consumption expectations, the more dissatisfied you will be. People begin to feel miserable by pursuing higher and higher life expectations.


- Scientific studies confirm that our ability to be happy is influenced 50% by genes and 50% by our attitude and environmental circumstances.


- The happiest people stand out for their positive attitude towards life, the relativization of problems, a high level of self-esteem and a solid intimate circle of relationships.

The Happiness Revolution in Business

We spend half of our waking life doing work activities. A better or worse work environment directly affects the emotional health of both employees and managers ... and as a result, the companies themselves. Actively promoting higher levels of satisfaction and happiness in the teams contributes to the recruitment and retention of talent and to the improvement of the economic indicators of the company.

Aware of this reality, as verified by multiple specialized studies and university research, more and more organizations choose to implement proactive strategies to increase the level of satisfaction and happiness of employees. In this context, the figure of the CHO - Chief Happiness Officer emerges, and has become a growing presence in large and small companies all over the world.

The Happiness Revolution in Schools

The teaching community in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Mexico, Honduras, Paraguay or Colombia, and now also in Spain, is driving a truly revolutionary change in the education system by promoting the incorporation of Emotional Education as a subject at the levels of primary and secondary education.


If the great challenge of Science for the Third Millennium is to research human nature and consciousness, the biggest challenge of society in general and of the educational system in particular is the incorporation of new knowledge and emotional tools into the educational system so that all children and adolescents have access to Emotional Education.

The 3 levels of Happiness

The Happiness Revolution is based on the research and studies carried out so far, and proposes a definition of happiness and the three levels in which it develops.


What is Happiness?


We understand happiness as that state of mind in which we experience a sense of inner fulfillment, resulting from the satisfaction of our needs and/or a positive assessment of ourselves and our lives.

These are the three levels of happiness:

1 Knowing how to live 


Understood as the ability, innate and/or learned, to appreciate and enjoy the small pleasures of life. It is the art of living, which begins with the acceptance, gratitude and positive appreciation of who we are and of our own life, improving our self-esteem and enjoying each moment with intensity, instead of waiting for external achievement and for others. As well as learning to relativize our problems, we must understand that they are only challenges that we have to overcome, to grow and evolve.

2 Personal fulfilment


This second level of happiness is manifested in a natural impulse to cultivate the best of ourselves, in the development of our vocation and of the innate gifts and talents that are our greatest wealth. It is the level of overcoming and achieving, in which we strive to make our dreams come true and which has as a reward the happiest moments of our life.

3 Sharing


Sharing individual triumph with others is essential for it to be complete and lasting. It is the spirit of service and the social conscience that allow the progress of human groups, making us all winners. In a circle of perfection of happiness that requires being One, we must cultivate the best of ourselves and offer the best of ourselves to the community.

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The happiest countries

Since 2012, the United Nations has published the annual Global Happiness Index, according to the scores obtained from 155 countries, based on the following indicators: income per capita, life expectancy, levels of freedom, generosity, social protection, and corruption.


According to this happiness ranking, Spain would occupy the 36th place in a list headed by the 10 happiest countries in the world, which are:

According to this happiness ranking, Spain would occupy the 36th place in a list headed by the 10 happiest countries in the world, which are:

However, the selection criteria used by the United Nations to offer us this ranking of the happiest countries in the world has been strongly questioned based on the excessive importance it attaches to the level of economic development of the countries, which has favored the richest countries that occupy the first places.


Other happiness indices, such as the Happy Planet Index prepared by the New Economics Foundation, which takes into account the indicators of life expectancy, perception of the level of happiness by its inhabitants, and ecological footprint, gives us totally different results, without any rich countries in the top ten.

This results in a world map is also very different from that elaborated by the United Nations.

Happiness experts

Happiness is a topical issue. We organize forums, congresses and meetings in different parts of the world, and researchers publish more and more studies on happiness.


Do you want to know what the best and most prestigious researchers on the subject explain in their conferences about happiness?

Why we all need emotional first aid

Guy Winch

Psychologist from New York University

Time: 17:23

Our psychological health is as important as our physical health. Loneliness can negatively affect us, so it is necessary to avoid it, to improve our self esteem, and to believe in ourselves to be successful and happy.

Happiness and its surprises

Nancy Etcoff

Evolutionary Psychologist, Harvard University

Time: 14:15

Happiness is a desire shared by all human beings. This Harvard professor invites us to know what are the keys to achieve this and the importance of relationships in our lives.

Happiness is balance between the new and the familiar

Juan Planes

Exploit your talent

Time: 23:37

Life vibrates with intensity in times of change, in the diversity of experiences, and in evolution itself. At the same time, we need the stability provided by the familiar, the known. The architecture of our happiness is built on the balance between both poles.

Wisdom from all of time on Happiness

Success is not the basis of happiness.

Happiness is the basis of success. 


Stephen Covey

One can only be happy forever if one is happy with everything.


Happiness is when what you say, what you think, and what you do are in harmony. 

Mahatma Gandhi

Never put the keys to happiness in someone else's pursuit.


Happiness is not a state at which to arrive, 

but rather a way to travel.



Margaret Lee Runbeck

To love is to find your own happiness in the happiness of others.

Gottfried Leibniz

Happiness is not doing what you love,  but loving what you do. 


Jean Paul Sartre

Happiness is the meaning and purpose of life,

the end of human existence.


Learn to be happy with what you have

while you get what you want.

Jim Rohn

Happiness is good health and bad memory. 


Ingrid Bergman

There is only one person who will be able to make you happy, and that person is you.


David D. Burns

Happiness is a virtue, not a gift.


Baruch Spinoza

Happiness is in the here and now.


Emma Sibyl

Perspectives on Happiness

Each human being is unique and different from all others, but we all share the same longing for happiness.


What is happiness? What does it mean for each of us and how do we achieve it? This is the question we ask of happy women and men, famous people and anonymous people, in our Campaign of A Thousand Reasons to Be Happy. The answers we received were as different and varied as the different perspectives from which each of us perceives the world.

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