幸福の科学の研究 [in Japanese] A Study of The Institute for Research in Human Happiness [in Japanese]
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The Institute for Research in Human Happiness is a sociaty of people researching the principles of human happiness. From the "private happiness" of each individual to the "public happiness" of the whole society and the whole world-this serve as a slogan for those gathered at the Institute. They hold that there are four principles of happiness: "love", "knowledge", "reflection" and "development". They have established a clear over-view of the universe. The world we are living in is not simply divided into the physical world and the spiritual world, but is involved in a multi-dimensional and high-dimensional universe. They are determined to initiate a salvation project throughout the world with Japan as its center.
- St. Andrew's University sociological review
St. Andrew's University sociological review 24(2), p81-112, 1990-12