Understanding Desire as a Pathway to Fulfillment

September 10, 2013    BY Rod Stryker

In this video excerpt from Rod Stryker’s The Four Desires ecourse (Chapter 3, Module 1), Rod explains that your life and happiness are not dependent just on spiritual (moksha) or purposeful (dharma) pursuits. The four desires emphasize the middle path. The vedas recognize all four desires as worthy and important pursuits for every human being. Therefore, if you find fulfillment at one level of the four desires— dharma (purposeful), artha (material), kama (pleasurable), or moksha (spiritual)—it has an impact on all the other desires and your entire life.

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Rod Stryker
Founder of ParaYoga®, Rod Stryker is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on the ancient traditions of yoga, tantra, and meditation. Rod’s teaching weaves together his depth of understanding, experience, and ability to make the ancient teachings and practices accessible to students of all levels. Rod has trained teachers for over 25 years and leads retreats, workshops, and trainings worldwide. He lives in the mountains of Colorado with his wife and four children.