Satori in Japanese means to be awakened, to understand, to be enlightened. In Zen Buddhism Satori means a sudden flash of insight that this world of apparently separate forms is actually an illusion. The experience is filled with the most intense joy.
Satori is qualitatively similar to the enlightenment or awakening that other esoteric traditions describe. In Psychology it has been called peak experience and flow.
But the label we put on the experience does not matter. What matters is learning how to have the experience and allowing it to enrich and transform your life. As you will discover, we are all born with the potential to experience Satori. While you cannot order Satori on demand, you can arrange your life and your thinking so that the experience is made likely. Then it will occur and keep occurring spontaneously as you move towards the fulfillment of your fullest potential as a human being.
Satori Now: Awakening Your Highest Self is for anyone seeking a richer, deeper experience of life in the 21st Century. The ideas are expressed in Zen Buddhist terms, but the principles that underlie it are universal. It respects all belief systems, so it should not conflict with anyone's existing beliefs.