While it acknowledges and works with the pain and suffering inherent in the human condition, it also suggests a path for empowering our human ability to create harmony, synthesis, and full expression of the Divine. When we identify with one or another part of the personality, we cannot be clearly aware of the rest of our reality, nor of the guidance of Self.
He recognized that psychoanalytic theory contained a brilliant explanation of the workings of the human psyche, but he also saw that this theory lacked an understanding of how the creative and healing aspects of the psyche operated.
The Psychosynthesis Approach Psychosynthesis models are oriented toward health and potential rather than pathology. Psychosynthesis guiding seeks to help us disidentify from limited patterns of feeling, thought, and behavior so we can move our awareness freely among them, and act from conscious choice, in alignment with Self.
Much of the time we are caught up in a survival trance, identified with our passing emotions, our beliefs and assumptions, our concepts and ideas about the way things are, and our bodily sensations and appearance.
Psychosynthesis History and Background Psychosynthesis offers an approach to human development that is both profound and hopeful. The founder of psychosynthesis, Roberto Assagioli, was an Italian psychiatrist and a contemporary of Freud and Jung. Starting inAssagioli began the work of building a model that would explain the development of those aspects.
Click below to view the five part video: He incorporated principles and practices from Buddhism, Yoga, and other Eastern philosophies, as well as from Western spiritual traditions, philosophy, and psychology.
He focused on how human beings move toward increasing wholeness, integrating or synthesizing all the parts of the personality to work harmoniously together, so each person can respond creatively, even joyfully, to the psychological and spiritual demands of life.
These principles of Psychosythesis can be applied to many areas of human endeavor including psychotherapy, education, consulting, business, and the creative arts. Spiritual psychosynthesis is the process of awakening to the presence and movement of Self in the whole of our lives, so that we live and act in greater harmony, bringing our gifts into action in the world.The Digital Magazine of the Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis - Kirstin Edelglass - Anne Yeomans - Molly Brown and Janet Messer - Anne Barry Mulvaney of by Bill Plotkin, by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, by Jennifer Freyd and Pamela Birrell, by Penelope Andrade, and by Shamai Currim.
Molly Young Brown Molly is a psychosynthesis teacher, trainer, guide and author. She studied with Assagioli in and runs programs and workshops in North America and Europe. 1 The Digital Magazine of the Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis Volume 5 Number 4 December PSYCHOSYNTHESIS QUARTERLY Balancing Our Lopsided Brain - Molly Brown.
The Digital Magazine of the Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis Volume 1 Number 2 June Molly Young Brown on Psychosynthesis as a Systems Psychology Richard Schaub on Psychosynthesis and Meditation Research Will Parfitt on the Personal Self Jodie Gale on.
Psychosynthesis AAP E-News July 1, Keeping in Touch with our Members Psychosynthesis Today: A successful Turn to the Future and the World as it is Today Front row: Molly Young Brown, Judith Broadus, Mary Kelso Tree is at the edge of the labyrinth at Mercy Center.
Molly Young Brown combines the Work That Reconnects, ecopsychology, and psychosynthesis in her work: teaching on-line courses, writing and publishing books and essays, transpersonal coaching by phone, and giving talks and workshops internationally.Download