Happiness. It is something we all say we want but so few possess. Why do some people seem to be so happy all the time while others struggle to find joy in their lives? Answers to these questions have come mainly from traditional psychological and religious understandings. The Sacred Quest looks at happiness through a spiritual lens as well but finds answers from a unique Pagan perspective.
Thomas Jefferson claimed that we all have the right to pursue happiness. As members of a free society, that pursuit becomes the duty and responsibility of each individual person but seeking happiness is more than just a personal project. It is a spiritual quest no different than those of the quests of the knights of old. Those brave spiritual warriors may have sought the Holy Grail and the Philosopher's Stone but the modern knight seeks a life of meaning and joy.
The Sacred Quest shows the knight on this most important quest how to traverse the three realms of the map to the sacred mountain; how to defeat the treacherous enemies along the path; and how to use the tools and weapons of the quest such as the four elements and the energies of Light, Life, and Love to reach the goal of the sacred quest: happiness.