Happiness Platform with His Holiness Bhakti Charu Swami on The Leadership Show
A conversation between His Holiness Bhakti Charu Swami and Rohilesh Singh, Creator of the Happiness Platform.
Have you sat back and thought about just how mentally healthy or unhealthy your workplace is and your life in general?
Have you thought about what actually fulfils you or why despite all your accomplishments, you are still chasing some dream? What is that dream?
His Holiness Bhakti Charu Swami, a monk for 40 years, is the incoming Chairman of ISKCON with over 600 temples, and has dedicated his whole adult life to selflessly serving his soul and that of others, shares with us ancient Vedic knowledge on what is important and how to attain sustained happiness.
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The Leadership Show – Happiness with His Holiness Bhakti Charu Swami
This episode is a personal one, a journey which, initially started out as an interest and has since developed into part of my daily life, both personally and professionally.
The stresses in our lives are endless; Is there a way to control them and reduce their effect on our health and wellbeing?
I believe that all organisations should be moving away from not only looking after their employees safety and financial security but also towards their mental health.
Over the last 25 years I have studied and pondered many Hindu philosophies, which I believe contain answers to many of life's questions.
Recently, I was given the honour of spending some time with His Holiness, Bhakti Charu Swami. Bhakti Charu is a spiritual master having dedicated over 40 years of his life to selfless duties within the ISKON organisation.
During our time together, we explore Hindu beliefs and understandings, how their applications can greatly help reduce one's stresses, anxieties in our modern world.
Let's explore these truths together, and discover some answers to happiness.
Bhakti Charu Swami
Everybody needs to work. Now the first consideration is, that one should be engaged in activities that he naturally likes to do. Like, one naturally has certain propensities, like say somebody likes to write poetry, somebody likes to make money, somebody likes to fight.
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