Finding Happiness
Today we are talking about the movie, "Finding Happiness" with Executive Producer, Shivani Lucki and we are indeed happier as a result! The film is not just about the incredible Ananda communities, Paramhansa Yogananda, and Swami Kriyananda, but also so much more. Where do we find our greatest source of happiness and what would be like to live in a community that embodies the very essence of the word?

It is an inspiring conversation that includes everything from the behind the scenes transformations that occurred during the making of the movie, but also what all of us can learn about where to look to find a greater sense of joy and how we can embody that in our lives. You don't want to miss it!

You can view the trailer and clips for the movie in the video gallery associated with this podcast on the CoSozo.com site. And to bring the movie Finding Happiness to a theater near you, just visit www.findinghappinessmovie.com!

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