Ellen Hayakawa

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"Ellen Hayakawa (BSc., Dipl. Bus. Admin.) is the author of The Inspired Organization: Spirituality and Energy at Work and coauthor of the Best Inspirational/Spiritual Book of the Year (2006) and Amazon Mind Body Spirit Bestseller: Healing a Hurting World: Harnessing the Power of Intention to Change Your Life and Your Planet as well as The NGO Revolution: Healing a Hurting World and The Workplace and Spirituality: New Perspectives on Research and Practice (2009).

"A former professional wildlife biologist, Ellen Hayakawa’s mission is global peace. ... Ellen had mystical appearances from birth onwards. She reported seeing an angel to her family when she was 3 years old. She always felt that she was here for a purpose and at the age of 7 started on one of her visions of facilitating increasing consciousness about our connection to Mother Earth. She wrote poems about pollution – poking fun at our then state of consciousness:" [1]


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  1. Ellen Hayakawa About, organizational web page, accessed June 1, 2013.