"No amount of fighting to save the whales or singing for world peace will ultimately create a harmonious humanity if we are still divided within. If you have not fully embraced yourself, then how can you fully embrace the world?" We are all looking for meaning among the chaos that is modern life. When we look around it is all too easy to see something that it is spiralling out of control, but if we can make changes to our own perceptions - changing our own reality - we can start to bring about genuine changes to the world. We can change suffering to joy and terror to peace by opening ourselves up to the concept of fulfilling our own potential. To do this, we must see that everyone and everything is a manifestation of God - that everyone and everything is one with the divine and at every moment we can make the choice of what we let ourselves feel.If we can learn to use this control in every area of our lives: from how we eat, move, breathe, think and feel to how we relate to one another, our work, our finances and our creativity, we can change not just our own lives but also the world we live in.
Written in a lively, engaging and very accessible style that sparkles with clarity and grace, this book will appeal to the readership of "The Secret" and "The God Delusion". This enlightening new book will empower readers to become part of a revolution in consciousness that will make a positive difference in the world!
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(178mm x 138mm x mm)
Publisher: Watkins Publishing
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Author Biography - Amoda Maa Jeevan
Amoda Maa Jeevan is a spiritual teacher, counsellor and author with 10 years' experience of leading personal transformation groups. Her journey has taken her from the academic world of psychological research to the search for enlightenment, and from the darkness of despair to the joy of liberation. She currently lives in London, UK with her partner Kavi with whom she teaches some of her work.