Using fractal analogy, this book explores the concept that the pattern of living things extend out from our brain cells to the planet and to the universe: that the totality of the universe comprises a universal intelligence known as God; that the problems we have as individuals and as a planet stem from our immaturity and lack of development; that we have been and are still being given information to help us grow up to become responsible and valuable members of a universal organism. The methods and processes of achieving this transformation of the individual and planet is given incorporating the latest discoveries in science, the wisdom of past faith traditions as well as new philosophies, all tied in, harmonized and made whole with transcendental information that comes to us from the network of mind and spiritual circuits originating from the maximum universal intelligence.
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A Japanese-American, Richard Omura has lived in both countries. Being exposed to two or more cultures often instills the awareness of the diversity of values and perspectives among different peoples. This has enabled him to see how words and actions are so strongly influenced by the box of culture and tradition, and by becoming aware of the box, to achieve an out-of-the-box perspective. His background and origin seems to have designed him just for this purpose, for his mind s eye is constantly on the lookout searching the horizon for answers to questions that have not yet been posed. Self-mastery and balance is an ongoing endeavor for him; to juggle the full spectrum of his interests ranging across the physical to the mindal and spiritual is a sport he never tires of. His efforts have so far produced six screenplays, two music CDs of original compositions, and four books: a spiritual science fiction novel entitled The Seven Circles; The Tao of God - a restatement of the Tao Te Ching; and Katsugen - The Gentle Art of Well-Being, a Japanese self-healing method; and The Whole Universe Book.
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Book Description Omra Infinite, 2009. Perfect Paperback. Book Condition: New. Richard Omura (photos) (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M057801209X
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