I hope that this book will be an inspiration to the many who make their way along their spiritual paths.” His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama

Sukyo means “universal principles” and Mahikari means “True Light”. It teaches holistic concepts and universal principles borne from a vision that the world is entering a new era requiring an engaged spiritual lifestyle that can fully embody our personal and collective capacities for creating a better world.

Author Leena Banerjee Brown shares how Sukyo Mahikari encourages people to embody loving and compassionate principles in their daily life, practicing virtues such as altruistic love, gratitude, humility and selfless service. From fundamental respect for nature and the natural environment it promotes practices, and products, from ecological and organic agriculture, and utilization of sustainable, renewable and regenerative resources.

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LEENA BANERJEE BROWN is a psychologist, a Sukyo Mahikari practitioner and a member of its Pasadena Center in Los Angeles, California, USA. She devotes her life to helping people tune in to grow spiritually through the Light and principles

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