The Possibility Principle is profound yet reader-friendly, well-grounded but very, very wise. According to Mel Schwartz, our lives are in tatters as a result of clinging to 17th Century paradigms to cope with 21st century crises. His book, The Possibility Principle clearly describes the havoc wrought by a worldview that reinforces competition and separateness while neglecting compassion and cooperation.
Schwartz insists that humanity is playing out the wrong game plane and calls for nothing less than new ways of thinking that will turn around both individual lives and the world-at-large. This move from a deterministic, mechanistic worldview to one that is participatory has incredible implications for our personal lives and for our mental and emotional health, and the very foundations of society.
Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.
Co-author PERSONAL MYTHOLOGY