The Trilogy of Hands of Peace serves as a tool and voice for the people of the world. It
provides an educational quest for every individual, family, tribe, community, culture, and nation. Each section of the trilogy
delves into the many challenges that arise with the question of who's accountable for perpetuating peace. The dialogues
offered present a variety of concerns, issues, and petitions from the people to secure a better world and environment for
living in peace.
The Hands of Peace Trilogy has three volumnes. Volumne One looks into the personal aspects
with regard to achieving peace. This volumne divides itself into three sub-parts, which further clarifies the personal
aspects and includes (a) looking within, (b) the power of Peace, and (c) Free Will and Peace.
Volumne Two delves
into the social aspects for achieving Peace. It also is divided into three sub-parts that highlight the social connotations,
which need to be understood. They include (a) the personal perspectives for social change, (b) institutional and
governmental aspects for change, and (c) universal considerations for change.
Volumne Three of the Trilogy brings
the reader into the heart and true purpose of the DNA Activation for "A World in Peace".
This volumne provides
the instruments for change. It is the "How-to" and application section that provides an numerus techniques,
meditations, prayers, poems, and the detailed description of the DNA Activation for "A World in Peace".
The Appendix guides the reader with opportunities and references that are valuable in furthering the reader's ongoing
pursuits, including contact information.
Review and Testimonials:
" I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the DNA and Peace connection!!! BRILLIANT" ——Ronney
A., Inner Words Magazine, Sacramento, CA
"I performed first DNA activation 60 times for two months. I have lots of energy, and I dont stress and worry
about daily events. My hair and nail grow fast. I seem to be thinking more clearly. This has been a wonderful experience.
I just wanted to say thank you." —— Yushiro W., M.D., Tokyo, Japan 2010/11/25