This book is a practical manual that contains psychological exercises and techniques of life organization that correspond with the symbolism of the Working Tools of Freemasonry. Each of these exercises and techniques has value in itself and can produce beneficial results on its own. However, taken together and in order, they aim to create a process of total personal transformation that is inspired by what is known as Psychosynthesis, an approach to psychology that was developed by an Italian student of Sigmund Freud named Roberto Assagioli. The term "psychosynthesis" described the aim of bringing the assorted aspects and components of the psyche into harmonious alignment and cohesion in service of our highest values. This takes "Making Good Men Better" to its fullest and most profound expression. In this way, a Mason may work to build a Living Temple to honor the Great Architect of the Universe from the material of his own life and soul. Illustrated second edition with cover and interior art by Fergal Fitzpatrick.