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  1. In spiritual balance and harmony. If they are achieved, then the person experiences a mild and lasting state of happiness. With spiritual disequilibrium and disharmony, on the contrary, a person is in a state of unconscious unhappiness, while balance and harmony of spirit with matter, with refined perception, is rarely experienced. Such momentary states a person takes for happiness.

  2. Happiness – spiritual comfort, harmonious self-realization, relationships and leisure; reinforcing positive attitude/communication with loved ones, love for yourself and others, acceptance of yourself and others with all the nuances, the ability to see everywhere small joys and the best side.

  3. All living beings want to be happy, this is the main and only true motive for activity, no matter who you are. At the same time, in the modern world, this question is either not disclosed at all(like everyone has their own happiness), or is left to various charlatans like psychologists.

    Modern people mostly associate happiness with sense gratification, i.e. eating more and tasting better, looking more interesting, and enjoying more in short. However, as life shows, the possibilities of our body in pleasure are very limited, and moreover, any excessive pleasure leads to excessive problems and diseases.

    However, in ancient times, people were much more intelligent than us and investigated this issue all the time.

    Ancient people knew that feelings cannot be satisfied, and because of dissatisfaction, the feeling of happiness goes away. So they sought happiness elsewhere, in the spiritual realm.

    Therefore, the ancient scriptures such as the Bhagavad Gita, Srimat Bhagavatam and other Vedas are actually the science of happiness.

    As proof, you can observe countries in which spirituality and Vedic culture are developed, mainly eastern countries. It is obvious that people there are usually peaceful, calm, simple, cheerful and kind, i.e. happy.

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