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Is it Possible to Always be Truly Happy?

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Ghandi said, ‘happiness is when what you think, say and do are in harmony.’ In this talk we look at the notion that happiness is our true nature when we are awake to it. This awake state is such that there isn’t even the conscious intention to ‘be happy’, it is a natural expression of the self along with the wish to live in harmony with others. We thus become aware of the contrast, as life today is full of expectations and desires for happiness which when unfulfilled create resentment and ill-feeling. Find out how to break free from old thinking patterns and create a truly happy and healthy present and future.

Margaret Barron has been studying Raj Yoga meditation with the Brahma Kumaris for over 30 years which has supported change in all areas of her life. She has particular interest in how transformative thinking and personal practice work together to make spirituality practical for everyday living. She has a degree in Adult Education & Training and works as an Empowered Living Consultant.

This talk is part of the Inner Space, The Meditation Centre series.

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