Living A Radical Peace: Creating Life Anew

Living A Radical Peace inspires, challenges, and entertains readers as it explains that peace is a real, potent energy assembled in a certain format. In Living A Radical Peace (ISBN: 1-4241-2279-1), Krulikowski weaves the potential of peace. Using personal parables, illustrations from other texts, and also using Jesus as exemplary of one who defied the status quote and was not passive, Living A Radical Peace proposes that we are encoded as Spirit before matter and capable of shaping physical substance and experience to create life anew, thus engaging the full power of our Soul call.


REVIEWS OF LIVING A RADICAL PEACE

Reviewed in Midwest Book Review, January 2007:
"(This book) is a spiritual call to learning how to live one's life in true peace. Addressing how people actually fear peace in the modern world, due to inaccurate portrayals that equate peace with passivity and other factors, Living A Radical Peace calls the reader to follow the example of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, who took active peace into the streets daily. Connecting links between the soul's need, the most radical of biblical teachings, quantum physics, indigenous wisdom, and human destiny, Living A Radical Peace charts the course to re-examine Christian thought and experience life anew, through the drive to serve others and in so doing serve God. Highly recommended." ..........

Reviewed by Tami Brady, Top 500 Reviewer with Amazon.com, July 2007:
"If asked, the majority of the world's population would agree that they all want peace in the world. However, most individuals don't hold much hope that long term peace is realistic. They see that people are petty, that competition runs the world, and that convincing others to play fair is an exercise in futility. LIVING A RADICAL PEACE states that peace doesn't have to be a fairy tale but we do have to change our attitudes. In order to have peace, we must commit to living a peaceful life. This isn't a passive life or a life not filled with passion. On the contrary, a peaceful life seeks to let go of all the negativity and finger pointing that we do on a daily basis while gaining a true understanding of ourselves and the world that we live in, a life full of awareness and purpose whatever your financial situation, your belief system, or career choice. I agree wholeheartedly with the author's notion that in order to live in peace we all need to look at ourselves first. We can't possibly expect a peaceful world to suddenly appear when we spend all our energies on negative thoughts and actions. Definitely try the exercises in this book, you will gain a greater understanding of yourself and how you can bring greater peace into your own life."

By Internet Bookwatch, January 1, 2007:
"...a spiritual call to learning how to live one's life in true peace...to reexamine Christian thought and experience life anew, through the drive to serve others and in so doing serve God..."