“Change: Realizing Your Greatest Potential
” by New York Times bestselling author and holistic innovator, Ilchi Lee won a Silver Nautilus award in the Personal Growth/Self Help category.
Nautilus Book Awards are given to books that “inspire and connect our lives as individuals, communities and global citizens.” They look for books that contribute to wellness, green values, conscious living, creativity, spiritual growth and positive social change.
Called “heartfelt and well-reasoned” by ForeWord Book Reviews, “Change” takes readers to the depths of what is real to examine how unconscious thoughts, behaviors, and emotions create one’s life and the world we live in. It then offers practical methods, such as meditation and breathing, that allow one to delve into current thought patterns and insert the ones that will lead to one’s desired outcomes.
“Change” was published by independent publishing house, Best Life Media
, in September 2013 after the release of Ilchi Lee’s award-winning film “Change: The LifeParticle Effect
The film featured leaders in the fields of education, neuroscience, and spirituality such as Neale Donald Walsch (author of the "Conversations with God" series) and Stuart Hameroff, MD (Professor Emeritus in the Department of Anesthesiology and Psychology and Associate Director for the Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona). The book presents the film’s main message of human beings’ capacity and responsibility for real change in greater depth.
According to Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith, “Ilchi Lee’s ‘Change,’ both in film and book form, echoes the perennial truth that only change is changeless. Through the practice of Lee’s five steps for retraining the brain and his meditation techniques, readers are given the opportunity to enter the realm of changelessness, the realm that reveals our eternal being.”