GraceWay refers to people in different life situations:
people who seek to find meaning beyond the changing daily bustle;
others who suffer from prominent dependency in their lives and need a simple recovery plan that works quickly;
individuals who are suffering from some kind of distress in their lives and want to embrace practical, spiritual and refreshing coping;
various therapeutic professionals supporting the journey to recovery;
academics who are researchers in the sciences of human development and spirituality.
Specifically, the GraceWay can accommodate a huge audience of people who deal with various behaviors such as addictive or similar characteristics: abuse of drugs that are considered light and legitimate, overuse of the internet and social networks, sex addiction and compulsive watching porn or just sitting in front of the television, minor or "heavy" eating disorders, dependent personal relationships and other struggles that represent a broad normative population.
For all of them and others, the GraceWay offers a simple, structured, consistent option with tools that can be implemented in our lives whenever we wish and for whatever our need.
What is "grace"? Among the words several meanings is disposition to or an act or instance of kindness, courtesy, or clemency, usually without asking for anything in return. The word grace reminds us of a good experience, of giving, of something that goes beyond the usual order of things and transcends it. Grace touches us personally, refreshes, expands something in our hearts, allows for change based on a new, unexpected order. Even when it is a passing grace, the ineffable quality of grace has a goodness that breaks boundaries and creates something new. In the spiritual context, grace represents the act of supreme power - it is the gift of God, as we understand God.
The GraceWay offers us a path to live the grace, presently, as if it is already here, instead of dreaming of it, expecting it, or waiting for it to come to us.
How is grace lived? By learning the GraceWay. Intentionally behave in the world with the same grace that we aspire to have, and by this, establish its presence here already. This is how it comes to our lives - by grace.
Living the grace - and being the grace we want to meet - is a goal appropriate not only when we are in trouble or distress, but also when our lives are normal yet we want something different or are trying to change. We may have a feeling that underneath the exuberant occurrences of everyday life, within joy and challenge, there is something else - and so we choose to reveal it, using grace. By its very nature, this ‘something else’ exists, but for various reasons it is not yet part of our lives and an effort of grace is needed to expose it.