The journey of human life is different from other creatures on Earth. While simpler beings focus on basic needs like eating, sleeping, reproducing, and dying, humans yearn for more.
In the pursuit of happiness, people strive for greater wealth, pleasure, and power, constantly desiring a little more than what they currently have.
Over the last century, advancements in science and technology have transformed the world, providing unprecedented comforts and conveniences.
Yet, despite these achievements, the question arises: Are we the most joyful generation?
The speaker contends that the comforts created have not necessarily translated into happiness.
Despite engineering the external world for our convenience, little has been done to understand and manage our inner selves.
Many struggle with stress, anxiety, and depression, primarily because they don’t know how to handle their bodies, minds, and emotions.
The key issue, as highlighted in the talk, is that life doesn’t always unfold as we expect it to.
The speaker challenges the notion that stress is an inevitable part of life, asserting that it stems from a lack of understanding and management of one’s own being.
The solution proposed is “inner engineering,” a process of creating the right chemistry within oneself to naturally experience peace and bliss.
The call is to consciously engineer one’s inner world, fostering a state where happiness becomes inherent.