Your Life Is Your Message

Finding Harmony with Yourself, Others & the Earth

Make your life a message of hope, love, and purpose.
No matter what crises may threaten the world, you can live in harmony with your highest ideals - and help others to do the same. This practical and inspiring book, a classic from a much-loved spiritual teacher, shows how. Les mer
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Make your life a message of hope, love, and purpose.
No matter what crises may threaten the world, you can live in harmony with your highest ideals - and help others to do the same. This practical and inspiring book, a classic from a much-loved spiritual teacher, shows how.


You can find harmony with yourself by gaining mastery of your internal environment, a world within of thoughts, desires, and feelings as real as the world outside.


You can build harmony in your relationships with family, colleagues, and your community by learning to love more fully than you had thought possible.


You can establish harmony with the physical environment by living your life to ensure, in every way, a brighter future for all our children.


By making small changes, day by day, you can support the health, happiness, and well-being of everyone around you.

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Eknath Easwaran (1910-1999) is respected around the world as an authentic teacher of timeless wisdom, and more than two million of his books are in print. His approach fits naturally into any faith, philosophy, or lifestyle.
Born in a small village in Kerala state, India, Easwaran grew up listening to his grandmother's age-old stories, and learned from her wise, loving example as she guided and supported her busy extended family. As a young man, Easwaran visited Gandhi in his ashram and was deeply influenced by the way he brought spiritual values into daily life.
Easwaran came to the United States on the Fulbright exchange program in 1959. In 1961 he founded the Blue Mountain Center of Meditation, which carries on his work today through publications and retreats.