Where do we find true happiness?
Question from the Internet:
Is there any happiest place in the materialistic world?
If we focus only on the material world, thinking that our life’s meaning is confined to being involuntarily born and then dying mostly against our will and in between we desperately try to fulfill our insatiable desires for food, sex, family, wealth, fame, power, and knowledge, then we will always remain unhappy.
And the more we get the more empty, depressed, and unhappy we become.
True happiness exists above the material reality with its instinctive and social desires. True happiness is found only within purposefully and methodically built, non-material human connections when we achieve “true love” towards each other.
This “true love” is something we do not have in us by default, it is a state of completely disappearing in each other’s desires, unconditionally fulfilling the desires of others without waiting for any recognition, feedback, or even acknowledgment. And we need to achieve this true love towards people we do not have instinctive, hormonal, or any selfishly justifiable connection to.
What we achieve with this “true love” is that we escape from our egoistic self that locks us into this unhappy and dark, self-destructive martial world, where we think only about fulfilling ourselves, mostly at the expense of others.
By escaping our egoistic self — that locks into the subjective, egocentric coordinates of time and space — we can rise to a completely different, timeless, unbounded perception of reality through the selfless, collective consciousness we achieve.
It is in this “non-material”, selfless space that we will find true happiness, which is our similarity, partnership with Nature’s evolutionary force that gives and sustains life — through the quality of selfless, unconditional service and love towards everything.
This is something 100% realistic, tangible, practical we can all achieve and feel, here and now with the help of a unique, purposeful, and highly practical method that is based on Nature’s laws and integral system.