If you’re feeling pressed for time, try hiking to a mountain vista or listening to a masterful symphony. New research suggests that the resulting awe may leave you feeling less rushed.
Experiencing awe makes people feel as if time is plentiful, according to a new study to be published in the journal Psychological Science. Not many emotions make people feel that way, study researcher Melanie Rudd, a graduate student in business at Stanford University, told LiveScience.
“We kind of run around with these very hectic day-to-day lives,” Rudd said. “To find something out there that actually gives us a feeling of more time — it seems like such a rare event.” [ The Most Awe-Inspiring Natural Wonders in America ]
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