Be the Change
Ilchi Lee has recognized that the world now stands at a fork in the road of its evolution. Down one road lies increased division, violence, disaster, and poverty for the human race and even the earth itself. The other road leads toward what is best in human nature and best for the earth—peace, sustainability, harmony, acceptance, even an agape love. In each moment of our lives, we stand at this fork, a choice before us. The direction we take not only affects ourselves, but the people and planet around us as well.
Feeling this choice deeply, Ilchi Lee has set out to raise people’s awareness of its importance and of their own power and value. Because we come from one life source and one ultimate consciousness, each of us has creative ability and the wisdom of their conscience to direct its use. We don’t need to be the slaves of change, for we are already its master. The principles and process of change reflect what it means to be a human being.
The Change Project originated from Ilchi Lee’s dedication to empowering people for change. It’s an endeavor of love to help people embrace change and take charge of their lives. Its wisdom is contained in a book, website, and two films, all produced by Ilchi Lee. As the project was taken on by his students around the world, Ilchi Lee was able to travel and speak at film screenings and book signings and spread the power of change.
Ilchi Lee’s philosophy for personal and global change, based on his own experience, is expounded in Change: Realizing Your Greatest Potential. Published in 2014, this book delves into the basis of reality and uncovers principles that expand your consciousness. Going further, it describes practical ways to apply these principles to reveal your dreams and materialize them in your life. Change is supported by more practical methods, testimonials, and examples in his book, LifeParticle Meditation: A Practical Guide to Healing and Transformation (Best Life Media, 2013).
Arm yourself for personal change with this multimedia website offering articles, videos, courses, and live online classes. Based on Ilchi Lee’s philosophy and methods, ChangeYourEnergy.com, gives you simple, practical techniques for mindful and sustainable living that you can access from anywhere in the world. You’ll also find explanations of energy principles and principles of natural healing.
After years of looking for the right people and scripts, Ilchi Lee realized his dream of making films to explain the principles and process of Change with these two educational feature films.
CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect offers a fresh perspective on who we are as human beings and what we are capable of. In essence, it says, we are LifeParticles, the inseparable unity of consciousness and energy. Through this realization, you reach the very foundation of the reality that connects you to everything that exists in this universe. The film denotes that we create the world around us on a much deeper level than most realize. In fact, we can "consciously" create the world that we want when we train ourselves to use the inherent and often untapped capabilities of the brain. Leaders in the fields of education, medicine, neuroscience and spirituality such as Neale Donald Walsch and Stuart Hameroff, share their insight and techniques to effect real change in our lives and in the world.
This film is now free to stream at www.change-film.com.
Filled with dramatic recreations, interviews, and animations, this thought-provoking sequel to CHANGE: The LifeParticle Effect highlights the brain as the means to fulfilling human potential, both on a personal and global scale. It gives a fresh look at how the brain works—not its cells and circuits, but the guidelines that let anyone master all of its functions and discover the vast potential for growth and change that lies within all of us. That potential, demonstrates the film, stems from our divine nature. With insights from Barbara Marx Hubbard and Neale Donald Walsch, as well as real-world examples, CHANGE: The Brain and Divinity gives us a glimpse into what the world would be like if all people discovered the divine nature in their brain, and, in the process, live out the best in human character.