History and conception Early development According to Bandler and Grinder, NLP comprises a methodology termed modeling, plus a set of techniques that they derived from its initial applications.
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What We May Be transcends the feel-good, hackneyed, half-psychological nonsense we are fed day in day out by more popular authors, recommendations by celebrities, and so on.
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This book will give you a way to live your life that brings results from within. It all depends on your current psychological state and the weight of the issues cramping your life. Written well, with examples that bring extra meaning. Always an interesting discussion in every chapter!
You rarely find such a valuable book produced with such care and thoughtfulness. Every exercise and insight should be revisited till the day you die. Using this book's lessons, you cannot fail but grow through every stage of your life.What We May Be: Techniques for Psychological and Spiritual Growth Through Psychosynthesis by Piero Ferrucci ISBN Unfolding Self: The Practice Of Psychosynthesis by Molly Young Brown ISBN X.
Gary Tomkins article on Transference and Counter-Transference in psychotherapy and Counselling. Most recent additions to this Reading Room; David Lane & Andrea Diem-Lane, Listening to the Inner Sound, The Perennial Practice of Shabd Yoga, September Knut K.
Wimberger, The Future of Work and Eduction, and What We Can Do Now, September Keith Price, On Our Alleged Insignificance, September Joe Corbett, Atman .
Will Power The Will to Act to Change The Long Path to Self-Mastery The Short Path to Self-Control Determination, Effort, Perseverance, Resolve, Self-Discipline.
Psychosynthesis is an approach to psychology that was developed by Italian psychiatrist, Roberto Assagioli. He compared psychosynthesis to the prevailing thinking of the day, contrasting psychosynthesis for example with existential psychology, but unlike the latter considered loneliness not to be "either ultimate or essential".
Psychosynthesis recognises that even deep and thorough self-knowledge may not be sufficient to cause lasting change; it must be accompanied by the discovery and use of the will.
Psychosynthesis sees the will as being basic to mental health.