Happiness is a choice not a result.
Your happiness will not come to you. It can only come from You.

Are you looking for answers to simple questions ?

Who am I ? Where I am ? Why am I here ?

Maybe you will find knowledge that resonates with your soul in one of the below areas.

Vedic Philosophy

Vedic philosophy states that truth, non-violence, patience, penance and spiritual uplift are the foundations of a human life.


Taoists themselves have been uninterested in categories and dichotomies. Instead, they prefer to focus on understanding the nature of reality, increasing their longevity, ordering life morally, practicing self-discipline, and regulating consciousness and diet.  Fundamental Taoist ideas and concerns include wuwei (“effortless action”), ziran (“naturalness”), how to become a shengren (“sage”) or zhenren (“perfected person”), and the ineffable, mysterious Tao (“Way”) itself.


Tao Philosophy

Celtic-Druid Culture

  Druid means ‘wisdom’.They were concerned with the natural world and its powers, and considered trees sacred, particularly the oak. Many accounts of druids are riddled with mysticism, magic and contact with the spirit world and holistic medicine to treat illnesses. 


Buddhist Philosophy

The Buddha said: "I teach only two things, 

 the nature of suffering and the cessation of suffering"



Hyperborean Culture

HYPERBOREA was a fabulous realm of eternal spring located in the far north beyond the home of the north wind. Its people were a blessed, long-lived race untouched by war, hard toil and the ravages of old age and disease.

Hyperborea was usually described as a continent-bound land bordered on the north by the great, earth-encircling river Okeanos (Oceanus), and on the south the peaks of the legendary Rhipaion (Rhipaean) Mountains. Its main river was the Eridanos whose banks were lined with amber-weeping poplar-trees and its waters home to flocks of white swans. Blessed with eternal spring, the land producing two crops of grain per year, but most of the countryside was wild and covered with beautiful forests--the so-called "garden of Apollon."