Iuris praecepta sunt haec: honeste vivere, alterum non laedere, suum cuique tribuere.
The provisions of the law are: to live honestly, not to hurt others, to give everyone what is his due.
We greet you with faith and confidence on the occasion of our first publications. We hope to publish several values in printed or electric form, as we believe in the overall power of mind and soul. This newly released book, which inspired the start of our publishing project, is a much needed work, which had to be finally published in Hungarian, too.
We are open to the good, the new - we want to continue our work at high professional standards, committed to and in respect of values.
True to its title, Péter Popper’s The Book of Inner Paths goes beyond presenting dry psychological concepts, and sets out a path aimed at developing self-awareness, inner balance and understanding. In this theoretical work, Popper integrates many sources, creating an effective and comprehensible collection of exercises and explanation. Aiming not to cure the mentally ill, but rather to come up with a methodology that may help healthy people who “lose their way, who look at inner dissatisfaction with the need for change” or who “wish to become better acquainted with and to develop themselves” The Book of Inner Paths provides them with the tools to start “with basics and simple training-programs aimed at individual sub-functions, and move towards more complex issues such as character and personality shaping.”
By Dr. László Kelemem.
…Dr Laszlo Kelemen’s book called How do we Think about Law?
By K. Srí Dhammánanda.
Social psychological research by Dr. László Kelemen.