The 7 Maxims for Soul Happiness

How to Unleash Your Inner Bliss

by Paul Rodney Turner


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/24/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 156
ISBN : 9781982222451

About the Book

Happiness is something we all crave for, whether in food, sex, entertainment, relationships, children, career, hobbies, or sleep. Happiness drives us, and indeed, it defines the quality of our life. One may have immense wealth, but if they are not happy, then mostly they have failed in life. Without happiness, life loses its value. And with a decrease in satisfaction, we are witnessing an increase in suicide all over the world. In a world where mental and physical stimuli are in abundance, it seems inconceivable that anyone could be unhappy. Surely, everyone can find some form of happiness, but alas, many people fail and go through life sad and exasperated or hope against hope for some sliver of joy to miraculously appear over the horizon of their destiny. Happiness is the nature of the spirit. The Vedanta-sutras states, Anandamayo ‘bhyāsāt — “The soul is, by nature, full of joy.” However, due to misidentifying our true self with matter, we lose touch with this natural blissful state and identify with the pain and suffering of a physical form. The 7 Maxims of Soul Happiness will provide the key to unlock the door to a more blissful life.


About the Author

Australian-born Paul Rodney Turner, also known as the “Food Yogi,” was a celibate monk for 14 years from age 19-33. He lived a simple life, including sleeping on the floor without a pillow, taking cold showers, rising at 3.30am every morning, meditating for 2 hours and studying the ancient Vedic literature of India. Paul is a vegan chef, social entrepreneur, public speaker, numerologist, holistic life coach, spiritual guide and the international director of Food for Life Global, the world’s largest food relief that serves up to 2 million plant-based meals daily. He has traveled to 70 countries and cooked for presidents and leaders of the world. During Paul’s travels, he visited three war zones, and in 2005, he led an international team of volunteers to set up makeshift kitchens in villages across Sri Lanka in response to the great Asian tsunami, where volunteers served freshly cooked vegan meals to hundreds of thousands. He currently lives in the Andes Mountains of Colombia with his wife and son on their animal sanctuary.