Change.

Author:Morris, Kristine
Position:Book review

Ilchi Lee (author); CHANGE; Best Life Media (Nonfiction: Body, Mind & Spirit) 23.95 ISBN: 9781935127581

Byline: Kristine Morris

Ilchi Lee's latest work says we can all change the world by working on ourselves.

In Change: Realizing Your Greatest Potential, Ilchi Lee, New York Times bestselling author of The Call of Sedona (2012), issues a call that places the power to become all we can be squarely in our own hands.

Lee says his own awakening came after a rigorous retreat on a Korean mountaintop. In a flash, he realized he was not the small, limited self he believed himself to be, but that his mind is cosmic mind and his energy is universal energy. "With that answer," he writes, "everything else that I needed to know about life fell into place Realizing that I was timeless and changeless gave me a place to stand and a kind of leverage." Since that day, about thirty-three years ago, the author has made it his life's work to share what he learned with the world. He has authored thirty-five books and created mind/body trainings that include Dahn Yoga and Brain Education. Lee also serves as president of the University of Brain Education and the International Brain Education Association.

Based in Korean Taoism, Lee's work reveals simple truths that underlie all authentic spirituality: in order to live an authentic life and experience a feeling of completion at the time of death, it is necessary only to know what you really are, do basic things well, and live with a genuine intention to benefit all -- the last of these, Lee affirms, comes effortlessly to all humans once they recover their natural rhythm and balance and allow the subtle energy of life to flow through...

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