“Finding Happiness”…A Film…A Vision…A True Story

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a real conscious community—one where people live in harmony, collaboration, compassion, cooperation, peace and love? That’s what skeptical reporter Juliet (Elizabeth Rohm of American Hustle, Miss Congeniality 2, Armed and Dangerous, Law & Order and The Client List) set out to investigate. On assignment from her editor at Profiles Magazine, this urban chic cynic is plopped in the middle of a modern day Utopia—and she finds what she never expected to discover –True Happiness.

Aging Younger invites director Ted Nicolaou to share with us his vision of how a community driven by the motivation of love for one and all--"where people are more important than things"--as Swami says in the film, can resonate for the masses.

Nayaswami Asha who is featured in the film will also join us and talk about her experiences on set and her 40 years as a close collaborator to Swami Kriyananda.

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