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The Pathway to Happiness - 6 Week Course
Tue, October 25, 2016, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM BST
Success? Happiness? Life? Work? Relationships? Free to do what you were born to do? Curious minds ask questions. They want to give their best. Achieve. Serve. Lead. Be happy and give happiness to all those around them.
"You are destined to be great. So is everyone else on this planet. Success should be your habit.
Yet, millions of people in the world are suffering. They live disorganized lives; they suffer the agony of failure. If we look around us we see that for every happy and successful person, there are hundreds who are disappointed and unhappy. People manage to get themselves crushed in the world of material competition and the rat race of the work-a-day world." Swami Chinmayananda, Self Unfoldment.
Join us for this special six-week course where we will discuss and reflect upon ideas that will simply but hugely effectively uncover the pathway to happiness in our own lives and by default, those around us. This course explores happiness, freedom and the mind and doesn't require any previous study of Vedanta.
Dates: 25th October - 29th November (every Tuesday for 6 weeks)
Facilitator: Natasha Chawla
A graduate of the London Guildhall Business School and the London Colledge of Fashion, Natasha was first introduced to Vedanta in 2006 through philosophy classes, she has been a student of Eastern philosophy for over a decade and practicing yoga since 2008.
In 2007 – 2009, under the guidance of Swami Mitrananda she completed the ‘Youth Empowerment Programme’, a practical, dynamic, value-based programme of leadership based on values and teachings from the scriptures, which included 6 months of study and 18 months in India working on educational and value based projects.
In the UK, she was the youth wing co-ordinator of the Chinmaya Mission from 2011-2015 and has had the opportunity to facilitate youth classes, write and co-ordinate theatrical productions, coordinate lecture series, retreats and give workshops and talks in universities across London on the principles of Vedanta.