When I felt I had perfected the theory-making by consensus, I made a
list of possibilities. The list consisted of uses for the 4-Room Apartment,
suggested by participants at the end of my presentations, and/or by persons
who knew it in depth, together with a number of miscellaneous comments.
If I had known this, I'd have saved myself numerous unnecessary difficulties
(This is not just a single comment, but one which I have heard again
and again, with minor differences. Usually, people specify a past time
- »in my youth«, or »five years ago« - or a
past situation with the character of a conflict or crisis.)
It's a brain power plant.
It's like a map and a compass - tells you where you are and where to
It summarizes the central ideas of humanistic psychology.
It has parallels with the Order of Grace.
It might prevent suicides.
Why wasn't I taught this at school?