How often do we look for happiness in life through pleasure?
We have been taught to look for happiness externally: be it through family life, friendships, work and worldly pursuits. Sometimes we find it, but as soon as the external reasons for happiness are gone, the happiness goes too.
What brings long-lasting happiness and purpose to human life? This question takes us on an inward journey of discovery, into the heart of the human being.
It is a great relief to realise that happiness is not dependent on the outer circumstances of life, but can be found within us. This inner joy is stable, silent, subtle and nourishing, and gives life a deeper purpose. In fact, through the heart we discover a dimension of our existence with limitless potential.
How do we discover this inner joy and purpose?
We find it through meditation.
08/Aug/2015 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Dr. Robert E. Fulton Library At Ocee 5090 Abbotts Bridge Rd Alpharetta, GA United States
Heartfulness returns you to the place where you are innocent and most vulnerable. It takes you to a time when you are not capable, nor responsible of perceiving good or evil. It returns you to a space before the muddled confusion and chaos in society, or as we call it, “the real world.” Heartfulness happens in the spaces before thoughts are even concrete. It is before inhalation of breath, before I, the ego.