Hiding in Unnatural Happiness
Wandering the forest of our hopes and dreams, we desire more than to survive – our hearts long to thrive. The premium we seek is happiness, now the ultimate consumer product. “Happiness is no laughing matter.” Relationships, society and the political economy should all somehow generate enduring chunks of it.
The twenty first century has set off a gold rush to explain and attain happiness: that elusive subjective state. Do genetics, circumstances and willpower (or the lack of it) limit our attempts at happiness? They need not. Hiding in Unnatural Happiness tells you how. Deftly interweaving the latest research in neuroscience, social science, and psychology, Devamrita Swami shines the beacon of timeless yoga knowledge on the quest for happiness.
The conclusion is uplifting: applying appropriate spiritual technology allows every human 100 percent access to genuine happiness and well-being. This non-material technology casts no devastating social or ecological footprint. For individuals and institutions seeking to channel the human drive for fulfillment in a sustainable direction, Hiding In Unnatural Happiness offers indispensable wisdom.
Hardcover, 120 pages, 7.7 x 5.2 inches.