bringing to the foreground a world-view which is the context in which techniques are applied.
The word “psychosynthesis” is often used in two distinct ways.
The frozen misery Of centuries breaks, cracks, begins to move; The thunder is the thunder of the floes. Thank God our time is now when wrong Comes up to face us everywhere, Never to leave us ‘til we take The longest stride of soul men ever took. Cited by Peter Russell in the conclusion of the film “The Global Brain” (Los Angeles, California: Penny Price Productions, 1983) at .
It takes So many thousand years to wake, But will you wake for pity’s sake?
My intent is to provide a comprehensive statement in the language and metaphors commonly used in psychosynthesis literature and training programs.