PSYCHOSYNTHESIS - WHAT IS IT
Psychosynthesis is a method of psychotherapy aimed at self-development and achieving unity and harmony with the Self. Psychosynthesis is a method of psychotherapy aimed at self-development and achieving unity and harmony with the Self. It gives people the opportunity to rethink their values and the meaning of life. Another name for psychosynthesis is the psychology of the self, since the spheres in the experience acquired by a person throughout his life include his physical and emotional experiences, his soul.
Psychosynthesis was based on the theory of the Italian psychologist Roberto Assagioli. Ridding us of the global illusion of knowing ourselves and our identity Assagioli called “Disidentification”. Now let’s look at what lies at the heart of the practice of psychosynthesis.
The practice of self psychology is based on a series of actions to achieve the most complete individual and transpersonal sense of self.
The founder of psychosynthesis believed that a person’s personal desire for unity with himself and introspection is necessary, since this leads to achieving a better result. In this process, the conscious connection with yourself becomes stronger and stronger and gradually goes beyond the personal and becomes a connection with the “ great whole” - the world around us, people, things.
Our life traumas and hardships, acquired over the course of negative life experiences, make us want to explore the world of psychology and ourselves. Psychosynthesis will allow us to focus on our soul, the meaning of “I” and introspection. Discover the unexpected creative potential characteristic of what wants to appear and tries to make itself felt - the self.