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Piero Ferrucci is a psychotherapist and philosopher. He has been a student of and collaborator with Robert Assagioli, the founder of psychosynthesis. He is the author of books including The Power of Kindness, What We May Be, Inevitable Grace, and What Our Children Teach Us, as well as the editor of The Human Situation, a book of Aldous Huxley's lectures. He lives near Florence, Italy with his wife and two sons.
"This book, written by a collaborator of Roberto Assagioli, presents the best of the emerging trends in philosophy, neuroscience, and cognitive therapy in order to help readers shift their focus of attention and regain power in their lives. Ferrucci is realistic, supportive, and confident in his readers' ability to find their way through the labyrinth and into the light of conscious choice and self-determination. The book is filled with suggestions for pursuing individual inner wisdom, for putting what is learned into practice, and for opening the door to further personal growth via internal exploration." --Retailing Insight "The author is a psychotherapist and a long-time student and practitioner of Roberto Assagioli's psychosynthesis. He blends his clinical experience and insight with experimental studies to discuss the development of personal qualities that apply to the spiritual path: for example, depth, resilience, integrity, courage and the state of grace. Practical advice." --Light of Consciousness "His insights are widely intuitive. The very act of reading his balanced sentences unties knots and encourages openness." --Los Angeles Times "Piero Ferrucci evokes from the rich and complex tapestry of human endeavor the simple grace of the Way." --Ram Dass "In my works I continue to use many of the techniques Dr. Ferrucci describes so beautifully." --Stephanie Matthews-Simonton, coauthor of Getting Well Again "Ferrucci keeps it simple yet profound." --Publishers Weekly