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Awakening Self, Awakening Humanity: Spiritual Activism for World Peace and Healing

There can be no authentic transformation of the world without the self-transformation by those engaged in the act of transformation

There can be no authentic transformation of the world without an effort at self-transformation on the part of those who are engaged in the act of transformation. If we are committed to the transformation of the world, we must be ready and willing to be transformed in the process of transforming the world. Therefore, the challenge of world-transformation is fundamentally the challenge of self-transformation. The question is: Are you ready to transform yourself in order to transform the world? Spiritual Activism differs from other forms of activism precisely because it has the inner dimension of self-awakening and transformation. In this thought-provoking presentation, Yasuhiko Genku Kimura, a noted integral spiritual philosopher and activist, will share his insight and vision of what it means to transform the world and what is required in creating an evolutionary movement that will result in world peace and healing.


Mr. Yasuhiko Genku Kimura | talks | www


Date and Time:

4 December 2005 at 2:00 pm


3 hours



Agape Institute
5700 Buckingham Way
Culver City, CA
90 230
(310) 348-1260
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Organised by:

Vision In Action
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Agape Institute at http://www.agapeinstitute.com/

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