Directing Life offers proof of the reality of an inner transformational power that many people have always known to exist. They remember from childhood how deep within themselves they knew what it meant to be good an also knew that they could obtain anything in their life that was deeply yearned and worked for. Somehow they were sure that anything was possible.
Peck, Cassinari, and Gavlick explain how the rise of controlling institutions gradually forced people to ignore this inner power and rely instead upon society's external rules and teaching. The majority of people no longer follow the inner urgings of their hearts, but instead constantly judge themselves and others as to conformance to institutionally approved behavior or "what others might think."
Directing Life reports upon the entirely opposite but universal views that prevailed more than two millennia ago. In those days, the gods and rulers required worship to sustain them and give them their powers. In return, they used their powers to bring harmony and union tot he people. With a united people, the world could evovle as the majority could be trusted to use their inner powers to do what was good for themselves and others without tight external controls.
Directing Life presents the recovered universal explanation for inner powers as well as the methods found by modern individuals who are able to create and continue the evolution of the world. In essence, individuals must learn to discern instead of rely upon conditioned judgments, to become inspired instead of merely obedient, and to become more vitalized and less robotic. This book supports the ancient concepts of inner powers with modern research and knowledge of the inner forces of the body and mind.
The delight in reading Directing Life is rediscovering that you can access your own inner powers to direct your life and that you are still able to find the open, developing relationships with others that you had as a child.