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Useful Books

Leaders are made, not born. There is a process: it begins with self-discovery and the development of key competencies –
Bennis, W., On Becoming a Leader (Addison-Wesley, New York, 1989)

A book of uncanny wisdom: most remarkable observations about people and human behavior –
Berne, E., What Do You Say After You Say Hello? (Grove Press, New York)

Liberating and inspiring for anyone who reaches for independence and a life of personal responsibility and control –
Browne, H., How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World (Macmillan, New York 1973)

Everything everybody should know about dating, mating and what men and women really want –
Buss, D., The Evolution of Desire (Basic Books, New York, 1994)

About the journey of life, the journey we all have to take, in the words of the great interpreter of the human experience –
Campbell J. and Moyer, B., The Power of Myth (Doubleday, New York 1988)

The essentials of Jung’s writings whose work towers among the great minds of the 20th century –
Campbell J., The Portable Jung (Penguin Books, Harmondsworth, England, 1986)

By showing us that there is a connection between man and universe, modern physics changes our world and the way we look at life –
Capra, F., The Tao of Physics (Fontana Paperback, London 1984)

Don Juan’s spiritual lessons teach about personal power and what it takes to get it –
Castaneda, C., Journey to Ixtlan (Simon and Schuster, New York 1972)

Understanding the animal we are: a look at the evolutionary side of the human being, of us –
Eibl-Eibesfeldt, I., Love and Hate (de Gruyter, New York, 1996)

Everything you need to know about organizations – businesses, schools, agencies, churches, etc. – and how to improve them –
French W. & Bell, C., Organization Development (Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, 1999)

The definitive word on personal accountability and success in life –
Glasser, W., Reality Therapy (Harper & Row, New York, 1965)

Wisdom on the road to higher consciousness and spirituality from the pioneer of the human unconscious –
Jung, C. G., Modern Man in Search of a Soul (Ark Paperbacks, London, 1984)

A must read for anyone who wants to recover the sensuous, primordial side of life and human nature –
Kazantzakis, N., Zorba the Greek (Faber & Faber, London, 1995)

A fresh look at health and illness from the standpoint of psychosomatic medicine and how we affect our well-being by the way we adapt to life –
Oyle, I., The New American Medicine Show (Unity Press, Santa Cruz, 1982)

Time is the ultimate accountant of our efforts: have we used it wisely and well? Time does not discriminate between rich and poor, high and low: it is the only true democracy there is –
Seneca L. A., On the Shortness of Life (Norton Company, New York, 1958)

Survivors live life differently: they have developed qualities and abilities that set them apart –
Siebert, A., The Survivor Personality (Practical Psychology Press, Portland, 1993)

When life needs a new alignment: understanding what went wrong and what must be done to turn things around –
Steiner, C., Scripts People Live (Grove Press, New York, 1974)

A most useful clarification of key Jungian concepts and how they apply to the spiritual life –
Stevens, A., Jung (Oxford University Press, Oxford/New York, 1996)

For a review of the human condition in the modern world and what it means to the individual –
Van der Post, L., Jung and the Story of Our Time (New York, Pantheon Books, 1975)

A look at critical events of our time by a soldier, farmer, author, and former mentor of Prince Charles –
Van der Post, L., A Walk with a White Bushman (Penguin Books, London, 1987)

A step-by-step introduction to the entrepreneurial spirit and the world of personal business: for the individual who seeks to achieve financial independence and a life on its own terms –
Winter, B., Making a Living Without a Job (Bantam Books, New York/London, 1993)

Useful Links

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