Who are we in essence? And why are we here? How do you resolve conflict and fight depression to find happiness? The Bhagavad Gita speaks of the true nature of the soul as an eternal, blissful entity seeking knowledge. Yet we are so far removed from this natural state as to be constantly in a state of misery. This book addresses the most fundamental question of who we are, removing the veil of ignorance that hides us from our true nature. It begins the process of spiritual enquiry by first understanding conflict. From where does conflict arise? And why does it arise? By exploring the root of conflict, we arrive at the crux of misery in the material world. Swamiji then unfolds our true nature and how we can realize it through the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita. Happiness, he says, is a realization, not the achievement of a long and wary pursuit.