The main challenge you face if/when you want to laugh in any public environment is your own mental conditioning of what you think you can and cannot do. It's a big list of should and should nots, and it is self-imposed. The ideas shared in this article will help.
This is an article on ancient Greetings that all say the same thing: you and I are one. In particular we discuss the living practice of In Lak'ech Ala K'in, from the Mayan tradition.
In this article you will learn about true smile vs. fake smile. It is believed that the Duchenne smile is the only form of what one could call the "genuine" smile. The "Pan American smile," on the other hand is the smile expressed to show politeness.
The following is of interest and value to trained and able Laughter Professionals. Here is are 4 business leads found in the world news this week:
Why not organize a "One Minute To Win It" party? It involves deceptively difficult - but hilarious - games with household objects that you can do at home, at work and at parties.
A good book you may want to include in your Laughter Yoga library In "A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future", Daniel Pink argues that business and everyday life will soon be [...]
This blog relates a story from the ancient tradition of India on how laughter is prompted both by contempt and joy, and how mocking others can get you into a lot of trouble!
Have you ever noticed that everyone laughs the same? Well, some laughs are a little peculiar, but everyone on the planet knows what a laugh is. Even if you don’t know how to ask were the bathroom is, you know a laugh in an instant.
This is fascinating lecture by Dr Bruce Lipton on the biology of belief. "Our beliefs are altering our biology at all times, in every way. [...] Under stress you are reduced to reflex behavior = your intelligence is reduced."
Life is deadly, and statistics are formal: 5 out 5 people do die eventually. Living will ultimately kill you.