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eudaimonia

(ū″dī-mōn′ē-ă, dĭ) [Gr. eudaimonia, good fortune, happiness]
A sense of fulfillment that arises from achieving one's full potential as a human being.
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And, 1 is for life satisfaction, 2 for affect and 3 represent eudaimonic well-being.
Eudaimonic approaches to spiritual formation emphasize self-awareness and growth in relational virtues as part of self-development (i.
Given that self-insight seems to play a role in how mindfulness relates to at least some forms of eudaimonic well-being, such as psychological well-being, we sought to explore how elements of mindfulness combined with the overlapping construct of self-insight may also play a role in relating to subjective well-being.
To be happy or to be self-fulfilled: A review of research on hedonic and eudaimonic well-being.
Know thyself and become what you are: A eudaimonic approach to psychological well-being.
Value priorities as predictors of hedonic and eudaimonic aspects of well-being.
On Flappiness and Human Potential: A Review of Research on Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being.
2010) identified two dimensions of emotional experiences: hedonic experiences (refers to happiness in a hedonic view) and eudaimonic experiences (refers to personal growth and meanings to life).
However, research have not yet examined the association between character strengths, according to the VIA classification, and the eudaimonic perspective of well-being (e.
The structure thus obtained is consistent with the idea psychology has about QL and with psychological models that include both hedonic and eudaimonic models (Ryan & Deci, 2001).