300 pages / June, 2015 / 1,400 yen (w/o tax)
"A simple method to achieve happiness, which changed over 50,000 people's lives."
“Just enjoy life. We were born to have fun. Once you realize that, everything will go smoothly,” Mr. Kinjo, the author of this book, tells his readers. Diets, relationships, work, and prayer are sometimes unsuccessful for one specific reason. The author explains how you can execute a 180-degree turnaround.
Connecting with your inner self is important in achieving happiness. “Inner self” is also referred to as our essence or soul, and is not some surreal entity–it’s much more human. We have many different types of beings living within us, from the long napper to the passionate dreamer. Mr. Kinjo skillfully blends the truth of the universe with a light, humorous approach to explaining happiness. He’ll make you laugh, then cry, then laugh again as you achieve understanding concerning your innermost self. In this single book, you can experience lectures that have been described as a roller-coaster ride.
– Depending too much on your inner self is depressing
– Sink more holes-in-one in life with positive thinking
– Be kind to your parents if you want to live a good life
– How to keep your temper in check
– Do you experience a feeling of luxury when you spend money?
– Purge yourself of that sullenness that can quickly complicate your life
– Know your inner self and enliven others
I was devastated when Mr. Kinjo told me that my inner self “is always napping.” I thought that an inner self would be more divine, something to be more thankful for. In fact, I learned from Mr. Kinjo that the inner self is curious and mischievous. It wants to see, hear and know more. It’s interested in humanity. The inner self doesn’t seek the right and wrong of an issue – instead it looks at whether it inspired positive or negative thinking. Mr. Kinjo may come across as a member of a disciplinary committee, but comments such as “Your inner self will make you pay for the wrong you’ve done!” showed me his playful, joyful side. I then understood why his lectures were so popular and why he had so many enthusiastic fans. My involvement in this book helped me become aware of what is most important to me in my life. Maybe it was being with Mr. Kinjo in person, or the Okinawan atmosphere, that moved me to tears, but I will never forget the words that were spoken to me as they were so relevant to my own life. I would like to share this feeling with as many people as possible.