OUR FLAGSHIP COURSE
The Happiness Program
Discover evidence-based technique that quickly reduces stress and make meditation effortless.
Finally, get out of your rut, restore your vibrancy and live your life best.
on the happiness program's breathing technique Demonstrate a comprehensive range of benefits
An easy, enjoyable and effective
what participants share
Helping People Thrive
"After 90 days of doing this, I felt my stress was markedly reduced, and now I would not stop doing it, because I would not want to revert to the levels of stress I had at the time."
"I used to be so tense. I'd be getting so angry, shouting, screaming, pushing around to get my orders through. Now when I realize I'm getting tense, I just breathe and I calm down. I realize that I'm much more focused and much more productive."
"About 30 days after doing the techniques very regularly, I just got so happy for no reason. And I hadn't experienced that in a long time."
"I have been looking for this for 15 years! The techniques are truly a gift. When I practice them regularly, I feel great no matter what has happened during the day."
"Within three days I started experiencing a deep shift within myself from anxiousness to peace, from sadness to joy. As each day progresses, I find myself more and more centered in the joy and clarity of a calm and peaceful existence."
"I felt a huge change in my whole body. After almost three years and nothing working, a simple breathing technique had just changed my life. I now feel amazing. I'm back to the old me and I see the world differently."
"I now have an internal sense of power."
Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Founder, The Art of Living Foundation
Gurudev has brought yoga, meditation and practical wisdom to millions of people in over 180 countries.
"Whenever you are in love and feel joyous, your mind is in the present. That is when you achieve yoga. The art of living lies in being in the present moment."
Every day after you wake up, the health of your body sets the tone for the day.
Meditation is relaxation. It is not about concentration, it’s actually about de-concentration.
Pitta is derived from the root word ‘tapa’ which means ‘to heat’.
The Bhramari pranayama breathing technique derives its name from the black Indian bee called Bhramari.
Creating Harmony in Diversity and a culture of Peace
We have seen rebel groups put down weapons and take up the path of non-violence, worked for peace in the heart of war-torn zones; and inspired millions of global citizens to share our vision for humanity and create a one world family.
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