This book deals with the roots of our mistrust and the ways that we can learn to recover our lost sense of trust. What we normally consider trust is actually a false trust, a childish, fantasy trust. This kind of false trust is dependent on how others and life treats us. Life teaches us through the painful experiences of disappointment and betrayal how to learn a new kind of trust, a real sense of trust which comes from inside and no longer dependent on outside events and experiences. Trust arises first from retrieving self-trust and then trust towards others follows naturally from that re-discovery. In the book, the authors teach by sharing liberally from their own personal experiences and also with examples from their work as international seminar leaders.