The Conscious Being
“Crushed by conflicts that do not diminish in intensity, modern humans look for escape mechanisms in a vain attempt to circumvent their troubles through outward success, acclaim, and admiration by society. Nevertheless, their sentiments remain fettered to and marked by anguish and dissatisfaction.
“External accomplishments may calm the heart’s anxieties for a while, but they cannot eradicate them because success on the outside cannot appease a person on the inside. “This unassuming book, which we present for our dear readers’ analysis, is meant to help them acquire consciousness. “It offers nothing that is technically new or miraculous.
“It addresses many human problems in the light of the fourth- force in psychology, with a bridge to the Spiritist Doctrine, which entails a profound, complete vision of the individual.”