Monthly Archives: January 2011

January 2011

What Is Genetic Happiness?

By |2019-02-18T14:29:19-06:00January 30th, 2011|Epigenetics|

In Happiness Genes, we define the true meaning of natural happiness, for everyone, and how you can accept your gift of happiness. A Preliminary Exercise by James D. Baird, PhD The desire for happiness drives human beings regardless of race, religion, or nationality. Participants in countless surveys usually explain it as their degree of satisfaction or [...]

Natural Happiness and Our Unconsciousness Mind

By |2016-03-01T10:04:22-06:00January 30th, 2011|Epigenetics|

Until recently I never really understood why humans abused and slaughtered their own species. Researching my recent book ‘Happiness Genes’, I was startled to realize the nature of our mind.  Since it is believed that we are all aware of the ‘voices in our head’ the stream of thoughts that rarely stop, I just assumed [...]

Facts of Happiness

By |2019-02-18T14:29:19-06:00January 30th, 2011|Epigenetics|

The following are the biological facts of happiness.  Regardless of your beliefs about happiness, these facts can be proved by the self examination of your mind and positive emotions from altruistic expressions. There are two types of happiness, depending on whether they result from external or internal causes.   External, is self centered and results from [...]

Parenting: Epigenetic and Altisim

By |2019-02-18T14:29:19-06:00January 29th, 2011|Epigenetics|

There are two aspects of parenting to discuss here. One is positive touch and the other is responsivity. When parents are warm and responsive to the child’s needs and desires, the child develops a more agreeable personality, greater conscience, and prosocial behavior. These children show more empathy in our studies. Apparently, if you are treated with [...]

Moving Toward Natural Happiness

By |2016-03-01T10:04:59-06:00January 29th, 2011|Epigenetics|

Everyone wants to be happy, but since most people are directed by their unconscious mind, they seek a type of short lived happiness.  A common type of externally conditioned happiness that is identified by: brief pleasures, material possession, self serving relationships, satisfaction and the like. Natural happiness is independent of external circumstances.  It comes from [...]