THE SECRETS TO FINDING MORE HAPPINESS, NO MATTER YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES
The Marie Forleo Podcast
Published on 06th August’ 2019
Have you ever wrestled with a thought or problem over and over until you’ve made yourself sick? Do painful experiences ever play on repeat in your mind?
Deep down, you know this — negative thoughts can wreak havoc on your relationships, health, happiness, and the work you do in the world. But it doesn’t have to be like this. While it’s easy to think, “Well, if I solve [Problem X], everything will be better,” it’s not always that simple.
Today’s MarieTV guests, Krishnaji and Preethaji, are meditation experts who believe that inner peace happens when we shift from a “suffering state” into a “beautiful state.” Their technique is a game-changer for managing stress and cultivating well-being.
As Krishnaji so wisely says, “We think if we get wealthier, we become happier. If we look more beautiful, we become happier. But we constantly see that people are actually becoming unhappy. Which means…”
“We must learn to master our inner world.”
Through their philosophy and meditation school, O&O Academy, Krishnaji and Preethaji have helped thousands of people around the world. (You may have heard of their Ekam World Peace Festival or Preethaji’s Tedx Talk in Kansas City.)
Their new book, The Four Sacred Secrets for Love and Prosperity: A Guide to Living in a Beautiful State, is full of practical exercises and powerful truths — many of which you’ll witness firsthand during our interview.
The more you practice these principles, the more you hardwire your brain to better handle daily stressors. The result? More happiness, peace, and belonging, no matter what life throws our way.
You’ll also learn:
The only place to find true happiness (hint: it’s not “out there”).
A simple meditation that can help you heal negative thoughts and emotions.
Why your ideals may be causing you more harm than good.
One GIANT clue that you’re not living in the present moment.
How certain thoughts actually shrink your brain — and how to avoid them.
If you’ve ever struggled to quiet the incessant and often negative chatter of your mind, watch this episode now.
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