This MA study demonstrates that Assagiolis original conception of Psychosynthesis is fully Integral with levels, lines, states, types and quadrants, and that Firman/Gila have developed a different version of psychosynthesis.
In this short statement by Roberto Assagioli he define the core elements of psychosynthesis and suggest that they are implemented in all training.
The body is very important to implement in Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy that is why Roberto Assagioli originally called his psychology for Bio-Psychosynthesis. This is a good introduction to Psychosynthesis
This article is an excellent introduction to Roberto Assagiolis Psychosynthesis and the time it developed in. Douglas Russell analyse the many influences on Psychosynthesis and the unique features of its own.
This article gives a thorough perspective on some of the major elements in psychosynthesis and is a great introduction. It deals with self-realisation within an individual, social and universal context.
An outstanding description of the various growth phases of personal and spiritual development, including the meaningsful crises that many people experience on their path to a greater inner enlightenment.
This article is Assagiolis standard introduction to psychosynthesis. It contains its principal thoughs on the human constitution and the stage development from personal to spiritual psychosynthesis Roberto Assagioli , Source: Psychosynthesis Research Foundation (1959) When we observe the most obvious characteristics of contemporary civilization, we are struck by its extreme extraversion, its desire to know […]
The foundations of psychosynthesis were laid in the second decade of this century by the Italian psychiatrist,
Roberto Assagioli, whose work was far ahead of its time. The founder was one of those rare persons who can
truly be called a “sage”. His wisdom, his radiant love, his down-to-earth simplicity were appreciated by all who
knew him. Psychosynthesis was not merely an abstract doctrine to him but a practical philosophy that he
applied in his, daily living.
Medical Science is going through great and rapid changes. One might say that it is actually in a state of revolution and of strife. But it is not the strife of mere discord, it is the “stress and storm” of growth of creative evolution. Many limitations are being overcome, much resistance is being vanquished; new fields, wide and promising, are being discovered, new light is obtained on the causes of human ills, and new efficient methods to heal them are constantly being found and used.