ernest frost
Perth, Western Australia
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Elisa Levinson
27 June 2018
I have been seeing Ernest over the past few months. I feel that I have learned an incredible amount ...
Ben Alexander
06 December 2016
The session was one of the most amazing I ever had in my life. I have a general sense of wellbeing a...
Sandy B
06 December 2016
I had problems following a stroke which severely restricted my ability to enjoy social interaction a...
Nuno Carreira
14 October 2015

Something that used to be a great source of happiness became a source of pain. He helped me change...
Pam Stein
07 April 2014
I had suffered from debilitating knee pain for years that orthodox medicine couldn't fix or even fin...
Pam Wood
06 January 2014
Thank you Ernest for giving me the insight to realise that letting go does not change the past but i...
Judy Wessels
17 June 2013
The 3-day core NLP training was enough to made me want to do more: what powerful techniques towards ...
Maria Carreira
04 June 2013
Ernest did a technique with me that freed me from backpain immediately. I had been suffering from ba...
Curtis Aiken
16 October 2012
I don’t know what you did with me today but whatever it was you got something moving in my subcons...
Eileen Thornhill
29 August 2012
I really appreciated the trainers (Ernest and Simon)'s willingness to be flexible and adjusting the ...
Olivia Millar
29 August 2012
Thank you Ernest and Simon for the incredible journey. It will stay with me forever! ...

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What is happiness - Ruut VeenhovenSome of his findings are that it is not only having GOALS which leads to a happier life. It seems that unhappy people are more aware of their goals and also which goals are not reached and punishing themselves about it which can make them more unhappy. Very driven people also tend to accomplish one goal after the other without necessary being happier.

Perhaps the most interesting finding is the correlation between seeing meaning in life and being happy. His studies suggest that leading an active life is more important than  pondering questions like: 'Why are we here', and 'what ids my purpose' in life. Often asking these questions leads to more unhappiness.

His research also suggests that we can play an active role in making ourselves happier.
He suggests the following:
  • Having a stable long term relationship
  • Active engagement in social structures
  • Go out for dinner
  • Have close friendships (quality, not quantity)
  • Drink in moderation. People who drink in moderation are generally happier than people who don't drink at all.
  • You tend to be happier if you think you are good looking rather than if you actually, objectively speaking, are.
  • Happiness levels increases when yuou leave home.
  • People who spent an hour or more in commutating are more unhappy than those who did not commute.
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