For any person, finding affective wellbeing, being more creative and productive, filters through the stimulation of emotional learning; it is easier than it seems: it is enough to know how to manage interpersonal relationships.
Thanks to neurohumanism the "Method for the conservation of the affect" is developed, which provides the following benefits while adapting to different areas:
Method of conservation of the affect
Psychology: Reach an authentic affective and psychological level of wellbeing. By auto-regulating the way we relate to one another we can initially lower brain consumption to less than half: less than 10% of body consumption, obtaining genuine affective wellbeing.
Clinical aid method
Therapeutic: Improves on clinical treatment and the patient’s resilience. It also helps patients with depression, stress and anxiety by positively contributing to their treatment.
Talent stimulation method
Family: Solid learning would allow children’s talents to be stimulated and family ties to be strengthened, promoting the receptiveness of their environment, lowering tutorial aid by 19% and leaving it at a level that is beneath one decile. This would amount to savings of €320 / child and year.
Entrepreneurial excellence method
Business: Increase productivity by 5% and build loyalty among customers. By redirecting methods and relationships on teams, greater sustainability can be achieved throughout all business actions.
Society and economy: discovering whether a company is earning or unlearning is an unambiguous tool in order to become aware of the trends and the sustainability. A society’s emotional learning contributes to the development of productivity and creativity and indirectly to decrease unemployment and public spending.
International bodies: the institute has scientific knowledge that allows it to provide information, particularly with regard to family and education. The affective ties, in an aggregate sense, are a genuine global public good that allows us to create societies and sustainable markets, thanks to emotional learning.
Please note: All of the figures reflected on the page are based on data regarding Spanish society in 2014.