Cycles of opportunity for the evolving soul Did you know that during a full moon the veil between the material and spiritual world is at its thinnest? You, as a transcendent soul, gaze downwards trying to illuminate your personality in the material world. By Kenneth Sørensen One of the great cycles of opportunity for anyone […]
Group meditation can be a powerful service to our community and a tool to clear the collective mind of psychological negativity that influences us all in times of crisis. In this article, I look at the practice of group meditation, examining what Assagioli thought about it and looking at how we can use it to […]
As in the case of many other words used in psychology (for example, “mind”, “personality”, “soul”), different meanings are ascribed to the word “meditation”. In its more restricted sense, it can be regarded as synonymous with disciplined thought or reflection on an idea. More broadly, it embraces other kinds of inner action, for which disciplined thought is a prerequisite. In psychosynthesis, meditation is considered and practiced in this wider connotation. We shall thus indicate with appropriate terminology, as the need arises, the types of meditation we wish to discuss.
This is a short outline for meditation on supporting the “entity of Psychosynthesis”
It might seem a contradiction in terms, or at least a paradox, to talk about silence, but actually it isn’t. As with many other pairs of opposites, the two poles of speech and silence aren’t antagonistic; they don’t exclude each other, and both are necessary. The problem lies not in suppressing one of them, but rather in the wise regulation of both of them; this is one aspect, one important application, of the Law of Right Relations.
This is the preface and chapter six of Integral Meditation – The Seven Ways to Self-Realization, By Kenneth Sørensen Download as pdf here Preface to Integral Meditation This book has been in the making my entire life. For me, life started when I was twenty-four and discovered astrology. Two years later, I started seeing a […]
In this article, Roberto Assagioli defines some very important aspect of meditation – the royal road to the soul.
Who meditates is the first chapter of the book Integral Meditation and explore the conscious observer and director – the subject of the meditator By Kenneth Sørensen, MA Psychosynthesis Chapter 1 Who is Meditating and Why meditate? “I’d been meditating for five hours, only interrupted by a ten-minute interval. My focus was on observing […]
Creative meditation is very important in respect to transforming and developing a new type of personality. Through Creative meditation we can build new thought patterns and psychological qualities.
Reflective meditation is a powerful meditation technique because it creates important insights and superconscious inspiration