THE INNER GAME
your guide to inner peace and unconditional happiness
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What You Will Learn and Gain
Who Is It For?
"What are we living for? What is the Truth of reality? Why do we not live the way we want? Why
are we not happy? Why can we lose our happiness even if we are happy in the moment?
These are questions all of us are trying to find an answer for. They are questions so deep that we do
not even pay attention to the meaning of the words.
Going through life in a societal structure is not
as easy as we might think. On a surface level, we are living in the best age of humanity. We have
everything we want around us. We have access to any information we want. We can make ourselves
happy instantly by turning on our favorite TV-show, by doing our favorite hobby, by calling a
friend on the other side of the earth in 5 seconds and many other things. Compared to humanity 50
years ago, we have now evolved to superhumans. We have used the ability of our mind to create a
never-stop-growing society with the purpose of in the end – nurturing us. We have created
something that is bigger than ourselves, something that we admire. The creator has started to admire
the creation more than him or herself. We have not however used this ability of ours to look inwards
and try to understand how we can master our own psychology, to create emotional mastery,
unconditional happiness, and to actually understand the Truth of reality.
During the last 45 years, suicide rates have increased by 60% worldwide (according to The World
Health Organisation, 2018). We have come so far in our technological development that we have
forgotten one important thing, the most important: the human mind. Society has created the perfect
structure to make us think that it serves us. We have everything we want do we not? We can find
”happiness” in a flash. Unfortunately, with a simple study of human psychology, we know that the
greatest happiness is never produced from instant gratification. For example, receiving a like on
your Facebook-post triggers a pleasurable feeling in your brain. This feeling is something you
constantly want more of, and since you want more of it, your mind develops a habit to constantly
seek for this gratification. It becomes a part of your egoic self to make the instant gratification a part
of your ”value”. Without this gratification, your value is not fulfilled. This can be converted into
many examples this book will later explore, but the main point is that society has given us the
wrong idea of what we should strive for to feel happy."