The Path to Ananda : A Mysthic's Guide to Unlimited Happiness by Swami Avdheshanand Giri
DISCOVER THE SECRETS FOR BEING TRULY HAPPY WITH 101 MANTRAS THAT LEAD TO UNLIMITED HAPPINESS.
What is happiness?
What makes a person happy?
What makes a life truly joyful and meaningful?
There are as many conceivable responses to these questions as there are people in this world. While happiness is a very individual concept, it is most often seen as containing a measure of health, prosperity, social status, professional or creative satisfaction, a loving family and friends. The problem is that all of these are transitory phenomena.
Happiness, on the other hand, can be unlimited, unbound by conditions. Such a state comes from a deep understanding of, and focus on, our fundamental goal. It is a path that sages have led us down for centuries.
Through 101 short, workable capsules, The Path to Ananda: A Mystic’s Guide to Unlimited Happiness offers readers that knowledge again. This is a mystic’s guide for those who like following practical, easy-to-follow advice, knowledge that makes a difference, and wisdom that’s practical.
Swami Avdheshanand Giri distils years of research, experiments with spirituality, enlightenment and invaluable advice into a regimen that can be applied to daily life by every reader. Grounded in ancient wisdom and Hindu philosophy, this essential guide steers readers towards the path to unbridled happiness—Ananda—and a rich and meaningful life.
About the Author
Swami Avdheshanand Giri is the Acharya Mahamandaleshwar of the Shree Panch Dashnaam Juna Akhada, the largest of the 13 Akhadas.
He is a guru to thousands and has initiated more than a hundred thousand sannyasis and transformed innumerable lives with his social activities.
He heads the Prabhu Premi Sangh in Haryana and is the President of the Samanvaya Seva Trust. He is also the President of the Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha.
An orator and author of several books on Indian spiritual philosophy, he was bestowed an honorary Doctorate of Literature (D. Lit) degree by Vikram University in India in 2008.
He delivered the keynote address at the UNO for ‘Responsible Leadership Summit’ held in May 2019, the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Melbourne in 2009 and has chaired many international conferences for climate change, interfaith brotherhood, and on interfaith relations, among other things.