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The Search for Happiness: Realizing the Absolute Happiness of our True Nature download epub

by Bernard Harmand


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In other words, the kingdom of God is where happiness is. .

In other words, the kingdom of God is where happiness is, the kingdom of God is where peace and harmony and success in life is, the kingdom of God is where health of body and mind is. There is no other place to find them. It says when Christ has entered in, the world is new. In other words, when we are dwelling in the secret place of the most high, there is happiness, peace, harmony, success in life, and health of body and mind.

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True wisdom comes from elsewhere. True wisdom should be obeyed.

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The book has vindicated virtue, at least in my mind. Seligman has spent the last decade plus trying to identify the sources of human flourishing.

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The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World by Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, and Douglas Carlton Abrams. 6. Authentic Happiness: Using the New Positive Psychology to Realize Your Potential for Lasting Fulfillment by Martin E. P. Seligman. 7. The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines into Massive Success and Happiness by Jeff Olson. 8. The Myths of Happiness: What Should Make You Happy, but Doesn't, What Shouldn't Make You Happy, but Does by Sonja Lyubomirsky.

This sequel/companion volume to Avahtara's equally essential Beyond Shiva: The Absolute Truth comprising excerpts . After reading Beyond Shiva from the same author, I decided to read this book and I was surprised once again.

This sequel/companion volume to Avahtara's equally essential Beyond Shiva: The Absolute Truth comprising excerpts from the author's dialogues with seekers on the most salient points of self-inquiry and self-abidance, incisively strips away layer after layer of delusion, leading the spiritually "ripe" reader into direct experience of the pure awareness. There is no wiggle room here for a mind that wishes to remain in bondage to the consensus world dream; and for those ready to awaken to the reality of being, this book may well hold the answers you seek.

If readers are searching for happiness, then the pointers in this book will certainly show the way home. If readers have been longing to know the nature of true peace, then these profound yet spirited talks between Bernard Harmand and his inquirers may leave readers with a radically different sense of "who" they are and what is the true nature of happiness. The desire to be happy represents the fundamental drive in people, and its search pushes us to seek an elusive goal, either through the senses or through religious belief. Bernard is quick to point out the great paradox at the heart of this search: that our very nature "our true being" is the very happiness people so desperately seek. He says that everyone is like a person who searches for a missing necklace that has always been around his or her own neck. Throughout The Search for Happiness, the fundamental questions posed by sincere seekers of truth are refreshingly explored. and the answers never get in the reader's way. No dogma or belief here, just a loving presence who guides without guiding and speaks to the heart without relying on words. Bernard's message is clear: We only need to realize that we have never left the source of abiding peace and happiness, even though it may appear otherwise.These dialogues and letters cover much ground in just a few pages, and solid pointers are provided to help reach the precipice of that Love which consumes all in its path. And Bernard is always right there, reminding us to realize that we are now, and always have been, the eternal happiness that is our true self.
The Search for Happiness: Realizing the Absolute Happiness of our True Nature download epub
Happiness
Author: Bernard Harmand
ISBN: 1878019325
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Happiness
Language: English
Publisher: Inner Directions (April 1, 2008)
Pages: 144 pages