Danilo Barzaghini's book is an introspective and at times autobiographical journey in search of inner and outer balance; a literary experience that suggests better questions, in view of better answers.

When writing his stories, the author delves into the major issues of our time with an original and never banal pen. The result? A new publishing project of its kind, capable of providing interesting food for thought on the role of the mass media in our times, freedom of choice, intrinsic motivation and the complex relationship between parents and adolescents. The thread running through the book you hold in your hands is, in each case, change. Each chapter focuses on a different nuance of subjective evolution, analysing the difficult relationship we all have with our comfort zone, with fear of diversity, with contentment and with the dissatisfaction of routine.

The second part of the text is, on the other hand, a sui generis journey into Barzaghini’s past; a not-to-be-missed opportunity to delve into the benefits of CRV (Controlled Remote Viewing) related to the conscious and subconscious mind of individuals. Each page is enriched with examples taken from everyday life, vivid life experiences, as well as insights and reading suggestions that will guide the reader into a dimension of both intellectual and experiential learning. The question therefore arises: what is the message that Barzaghini wants to share with his audience? Certainly not just the narration of an autobiography, but rather a starting point from which to investigate the complex interpersonal relationships on which our society is founded. In the words of the author:

“change is only possible if we are willing to change, to let go of the previous state, even if we risk taking a step in an uncertain direction towards which we do not yet have a defined vision. However, we must create new horizons in order to identify with something partially new and unknown.”

Are you ready to dive into the depths of your mind?