While most companies and individuals are searching for excellence, trying to go from good to great, or casting about for blue oceans, Swami Anubhavananda Saraswati from India says simply that we should “Be Happy” in order to find happiness and stress-free living in your professional and personal life.
It is a philosophy that has found thousands of adherents all over the world, including South Africa, which Swami Anubhavananda will be visiting for the sixteenth year in a row. “Learning and living in the utter present is the key to happiness,” says the Swami, “real learning requires being 100% in the present.”
The Swami will explain how to achieve both happiness and stress-free living in your professional and personal life, with a special emphasis on how to apply this in the workplace.
“Happiness is possible when we live our lives intelligently, not intellectually. “Intellectual people can justify being miserable. Intelligent people don’t accept being miserable,” he believes.
He has hosted management seminars in a number of international centres, and audiences regularly pay tribute to his simplicity as well as his witty and charming style of tuition. “He left a trail of joy in his wake,” said one recent delegate.
Swami Anubhavananda’s core teaching is based on the doctrine of Truth, as taught in Vedanta, as well as the concepts of “Living Life Lightly in the Light of Wisdom,” and having to “Mind Your Mind in this Game of Life”. He believes these concepts are easily within grasp for all to understand and apply.
With numerous books, as well as various talks on CD and DVD, Swami Anubhavananda’s appearance at NMMU Business School is sure to generate a high level of public interest.
The event takes place in co-operation with NMMU‘s Centre for the Advancement of Non-Racialism and Democracy (CANRAD).
The lecture takes place at 13h00 on Friday 31 July at The Auditorium, NMMU Business School, 2nd Avenue, Summerstrand, Port Elizabeth.
For further information, please contact: Ms Lee Duru – Marketing Executive, NMMU Business School, +27 (0)41 504 4369
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