Volume 6, Group Dynamics, provides another level of self-awareness for understanding both yourself and other people in a group dynamic. Change occurs one person at a time, but on some level every individual is part o f a group. So self-understanding comes from looking at both yourself as an individual, and yourself in a group dynamic.
At some time in their lives most adults will experience themselves through teaching. It could be teaching their own children, an informal explanation to a group of adults, or a more formal setting, but most adults do interact in a group at a teaching level sometime within their life.
Volume 6 explains some of the major energetic dynamics that goes on within groups and with the teaching process itself. To understand yourself is not just to understand yourself alone; it also requires that you understand how you interact with other people.
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