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Coming in April from Light on Light Press
Leena Banerjee Brown, PhD with contributions from
Roger L. Beck, PhD
Introduction by Kurt Johnson, PhD
From the Foreword
“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
About the Book
Ordinary people experience the extraordinary when they commit to a life of deep, authentic spiritual practice. Leena Banerjee Brown brings this message to life through the profound practices and principles of Sukyo Mahikari. She extends a warm welcome to people of all faiths to become instruments of divine peace by giving and receiving God’s Light in an inspired, disciplined practice of pure benevolence.
“True Light is a vivid and compelling account of spiritual seeking and finding – offered in a spirit of hope and care for a world in desperate need of transformation.” Kusumita P. Pedersen, PhD, Professor Emerita of Religious Studies, St. Francis College
“I, for one, have no doubt that Sukyo Mahikari has helped many people, and that those who are helped often seek to help others. We can all rejoice!” John Cobb, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University, elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
“Leena Banerjee Brown has been able to fulfill the vision of a spirit-centered family rooted in loving care that can be a living example of the foundations of a spiritually-grounded society. Her prayer that youth will cultivate the same elevation of mind that they wish for the planet is also my prayer.” Xiye Bastida, climate activist and co-founder, Re-Earth Initiative
“Before we can truly serve our communities on a larger scale, we have to become people who can see beyond ourselves as individuals, who understand the meaning of interdependence. This book shows how spiritual practice makes this possible, not just for monastics and sages, but for us all.” Mira Ambika Banerjee Brown, social justice activist and project coordinator, J3 Foundation
About the Author
Leena Banerjee Brown, PhD, is a Sukyo Mahikari practitioner of nineteen years. For her there is no work more urgent than the elevation of human goodness, virtue, and spiritual condition through disciplined spiritual practice in daily life.