Sacred moments: implications on well-being and stress.

  title={Sacred moments: implications on well-being and stress.},
  author={Elisha David Goldstein},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  volume={63 10},
This research provides a theoretical, empirical, and qualitative examination of the role of cultivating sacred moments in daily life on subjective well-being (SWB), psychological well-being (PWB), and stress. Seventy-three participants were randomly assigned to two groups: (a) a 3-week intervention group where members were instructed in cultivating sacred moments, or (b) a 3-week control group where members were instructed in writing about daily activities. Findings indicate that the… CONTINUE READING
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