ikigai

Kamiya Mieko

Mieko Kamiya – The Mother of Ikigai Psychology

Mieko Kamiya could be called the Mother of Ikigai Psychology. She was one of the first researchers to extensively study ikigai. Her seminal book, Ikigai-ni-Tsuite (What Makes Our Life Worth Living) is still considered standard by current-day Japanese researchers, professors, and psychologists, despite it being published in 1966. Unfortunately, her book is yet to be translated into English. Even more unfortunate is that Kamiya died at the ripe young age of 65 in 1979.

Shintaro Kono

004 – Finding Ikigai in Leisure with Shintaro Kono

Nick: In this episode, I’m speaking to Professor Shintaro Kono and Shin, you’re an associate professor at the University of Alberta in Canada, in the department of kinesiology, sport and recreation. You’re also an expert in leisure behavior science. Thanks for coming on the show. Shin: Thanks Nick for inviting. I’m happy to join here …

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Sachiyaki Takamiya

003 – What Ikigai Means To The Japanese With Sachiaki Takamiya

What Does Ikiag Mean To the Japanese? Listen to this episode and find out  with author and sustainability life coach, Sachiyaki Takamiya Nick: In this episode, I will be interviewing Sachiaki, Takamiya, a published author, sustainable life coach and ikigai practitioner. Welcome and thanks for coming on the ikigai podcast Sachiaki. Sachiaki: Oh, thank you …

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