For centuries, we human beings have seen all the phenomena in our lives in terms of the law of cause and effect. We have accepted this law as a matter of course, and we have continually let it control us, giving in to our fears and anxieties.
The eight chapters in this book show us how we can reverse the flow of our thought-energy, harnessing the magnificent qualities already present within us to achieve the future we desire. With the principle of effect and cause, we are no longer at the mercy of our past. We have all we need to envision a radiant future that flows back and becomes our present reality.
The book’s appendices present concrete methods for changing our way of thinking, along with inspiring words and examples of how people around the world are working for a transformation in consciousness and the dawn of a new human civilization.
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About the Author
Masami Saionji is the chairperson of three organizations: Byakko Shinko Kai (www.byakko.org), The World Peace Prayer Society (www.worldpeace.org), and The Goi Peace Foundation (www.goipeace.or.jp). A native of Japan and a descendant of the Royal Ryukyu Family of Okinawa, she continues the work of her adoptive father, Masahisa Goi, who initiated a movement for world peace through the universal prayer May Peace Prevail on Earth. As a spiritual leader and lecturer, she has touched thousands of people’s lives through her guidance and inspiration. She travels globally on speaking tours, and has led peace ceremonies in many countries as well as at the United Nations and other international organizations. She has authored over twenty books in Japanese and eight in English and other languages. She is an honorary member of the Club of Budapest and a member of the World Wisdom Council. She was awarded the Philosopher Saint Shree Dnyaneshwara World Peace Prize of India along with her husband Hiroo in 2008. She is also the recipient of the 2010 WON Award honoring distinguished women leaders. In February 2013, Mrs. Saionji had the privilege of presenting the Symphony of Peace Prayers ceremony at the United Nations, in a special event entitled ‘United for a Culture of Peace through Interfaith Harmony’, which was hosted by the president of the UN General Assembly. Mrs. Saionji and her husband currently live in Tokyo, and have three daughters, all working for peace.