The 5-point formula for being happy in life according to Carl Gustav Jung

 Swedish Jung is considered to be the founder of analytical psychology and one of the three great founders of depth psychology, along with Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler. As such, it is necessary to listen to what they say.

In an interview he gave to British journalist gordon young in 1960 when he was 85 years old and published in the sunday times under the name of the art of living, he listed the formula of living a happy life in five items:

1. good physical and mental health.
2. intimate and intimate relationships: such as marriage, family and friendships.
3. The ability to perceive the beauty of art and nature.
4. a reasonable and sufficient standard of living and job satisfaction.
5. Having a religious or philosophical perspective in order to successfully overcome life's difficulties.

1. good physical and mental health.
2. good personal and intimate relationships, such as those of marriage, the family, and friendships.
3. the faculty for perceiving beauty in art and nature.
4. reasonable standards of living and satisfactory work.
5. a philosophic or religious point of view capable of coping successfully with the vicissitudes of life.

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