In uncertain times like the present, we need an unwavering center axis.
GLA strives to bring back our individual center axes – our Souls – so that we can create new realities, new lives and realize a new shining world.
The world is currently facing full of problems, and it is harder than ever to predict what the future could bring. Because it is in times like the present, we most need a center axis; our own soul. Instead of spending our lives preoccupied with materialism, quantitative numbers, and monetary gains, GLA's focus is the power residing inside of humanity. We hope to realize a future where each individual and the world shine using our inner power. [view details]
The fundamental thoughts and concepts of activities of GLA is the Study of the Soul that has been unraveled by Shinji Takahashi sensei and Keiko Takahashi sensei. The Study of the Soul, put simply, is the system based on the perspective of humanity and the world and its practical application, where humans are considered as souls. [view details]
Shinji Takahashi Sensei proved that the essential entity of a human is the soul. He also advocated that the great existence that surpasses human intellects keep us alive, and that we were born with the purpose to establish ourselves and harmonize the world. [view details]
A brief introduction to the three primary books that describe GLA’s doctrine. An outline of GLA's history is also outlined here, from its establishment in 1969 to the present, with emphasis on significant events. [view details]
In GLA organization, Japan is divided into 8 blocks. GLA provides its members with various opportunities to study and practice the Study of the Soul. There are also overseas bases for GLA activities in places such as the United States, Brazil, and Australia. [view details]
"GLA Yatsugatake Inochi-no-Sato" is one of the general headquarters' training facilities. Familiar to many GLA members, it is a place where age-based seminars and other events are held. Inochi-no-Sato offers a number of facilities, including the heart of the facilities, the "Life Memorial Hall", as well as a lecture hall that can accommodate up to 1,800 members. [view details]