"Wabi-Sabi Body: Eternal Spirit" is a Medical, Political and Spiritual memoir inspired after medical experts recommended Eileen Fleming undergo bilateral total knee replacements to relieve pain due to bone on bone grinding. Instead the retired nurse and full time political peace activist grew older and better through the practice of simple Breathing Techniques, Mindfulness, Meditation and Yin Yoga
Harper Davidson is a Peace Operative no more!
Stripped of her position by the Senate Subcommittee, Harper has taken a step back from her official duties—on the surface. She knows that the remnants of the Resistance of the Phoenix are out there waiting to make their next strike against the government. To do so, however, they’ll have to eliminate her.
"Artisans of Peace Overcoming Poverty - Volume 1: A People-Centered Movement " introduces partners in peacebuilding whose efforts have too often remained unrecognized. People committed to solidarity in Haiti, Madagascar, the United States, Guatemala, and elsewhere help us to understand their efforts to search for peace, go beyond violence, and build a sense of community.
This issue features chapter from Masahisa Goi's book "God Is Not Silent" called "The Importance of Sleep and Dreams". Also features a report on Masami and Yuka Saionji's participation in the Mahayaga held in Kerala, India, two poems by Masami Saionji, "Our Divine Nature and the Principle of Fading Away" by Rika Saionji, and "Just Right" by Maki Saionji.
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This issue's main article is "All Wisdom Is Woven Into Your Genes", a chapter from Masami Saionji's forthcoming book "The Principle of Effect and Cause". Also features "Gratitude to the World of Mysteries" by Masahisa Goi, "What Is Your Experience of the Divine Spark?" by Yuka Saionji, "Letting Go of Being Right" by Maki Saionji, and an interview with Masami Saionji on the divine breathing method.