Happiness is our nature

The law of spontaneity is the essential law, and in all truth, the only law under which everything unfolds.

Happiness is our nature, meaning true happiness is inherent in our nature. Happiness does not exist in space and time, it is neither a cause nor a consequence, nor is it related to anything. It is a natural state and to obtain it we do not need a special reason – and so it exists in itself, spontaneously. It is beyond the karmic law of “cause and effect” and belongs to the “law of spontaneity”.
The law of spontaneity is the essential law, and fundamentally, the only law under which everything in nature unfolds. It emerges from nonduality, where bliss, peace and balance are manifested as spontaneous, causeless processes and occurrences. The law of spontaneity is perpetual, because our true nature is timeless, with no beginning and no end.
People seek happiness outside of themselves. But happiness doesn’t depend on anything manifested as such. It doesn’t depend on our previously gained knowledge and expectations, wishes and fears, or affinities and dislikes, because all of these characteristics are related to ego. Happiness exists in a state of no ego By overcoming the ego it can be seen that there is neither birth nor death.

Life is a game of interrelations of materialised and non-materialised energy which happens in the process of time, and time itself is independent from space and matter. The manifested world begins in infinity. And infinity is complete and unique; it is the continuity of time and the eternal present. Time begins with the experience of oneself as “I exist”. At this point, a child begins to be conscious of itself, understanding that it exists separately from others. With “I exist”, the experience of time and space also arises, along with the world itself.

Everything that is manifested can not fully represent the manifested world. Nonetheless, the goal of human life as manifestation isinfinite individuality and individual infinitySuch beings are in a state of happiness and actively relate to others, because for them there is no difference between a thought and action, themselves and the environment. They rejoice in every activity.

Infinite individuality grows, evolves and develops from a state without thoughts. In a state of infinite individuality there are no thoughts, which proliferate around our mental representations, or projections that make them swarm even more. In that state we are of an empty mind, bathed in self-forgetfulness, infatuated with our divine nature. Dissolution of ego occurs by abandoning the fortified ego and binding to the Self, to God, that is to the Absolute. Man no longer identifies with the self, but with everything around and within the self. He perceives the truth: I am everything, but also – I am so and so. He is overwhelmed with the feeling of happiness which has already been there, which is, in fact, his primordial nature.

The inner urge for self-realisation, which is manifested in a desire for everlasting happiness to be and remain happy, originates within our divine nature that is in its essence, infinite and formless
Man has an innate ability to develop mindfulness, to be in peace and bliss, to be happy, and to express that happiness through knowledge and love towards others. Happiness is the essence of human nature. The Nature, which is immanent to a human being and which exists before life and will exist after death, compels us to seek happiness through life’s struggles. Man has his own limited nature with which he has come into this world. That is why happiness should not be sought in the wrong place. For this purpose, we need to rely on our understanding and experience. Our need for happiness is legitimate, it emerges from the core of our being, and we have every right to aspire towards it. This is where we can find the greatest spiritual cornerstone for our quest.