Reviewed by Jen Greyson

Transforming Human Awareness arose from the annual reunion of the Buddhist Peace Foundation.

The format is basically a transcript of a lecture, which often got in the way of the information. I would have preferred a different format, but the information in this book is riveting and kept me engaged and allowed me to overlook the way it was presented.

The conversation is founded in the principles of mediation and vibrational energy, and the speakers are committed to an elevated state of existence that is a foundation of Buddhism.

Rev. Juna Jinsei is a very interesting professional, and someone I could spend hours listening and talking to. Although I enjoyed the book, and learned several interesting meditation techniques and more about the Buddhist way, the references to 2012 were limited to just 9 pages of text.

I’m forced to give Transforming Human Awareness a rating of 3 because of the way the material was presented. It could easily have been a 4.5-5 based solely on the fantastic information contained in the book, and the engaging author. I would recommend this book for anyone looking for additional ways to enhance their lives by being attuned to the universe and the energy around them.

Rating: 3/5

Jen Greyson writes supernatural thrillers and corporate training guides and tries not to mix the two. You can find her free ebook, How to Build a Writing Platform that Works: The New Path to Publishing, at her website, http://TheSurvivalMama.com.

Review copy was provided free of any obligation by Dr. Juna Jinsei. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.