“Wellbeing is fundamentally no different than learning to play the cello. If one practices the skills of wellbeing, one will get better at it.”
Yes! This is my experience, and neuroscience also says so.
‘Neuroscientist Richard J. Davidson is one of the world’s leading experts on the impact of contemplative practices, such as mindfulness meditation, on the brain. He says that wellbeing is not a static ‘thing’–but a set of skills that we can practice and strengthen, just like learning to play a musical instrument or ride a bike.
This is an interesting and informative article – worth a read