Psychosynthesis is not per se a form of therapy, but rather a basic thought model describing what it is to be a human being.
The basic model and the theory was developed in the beginning of the twentieth century by the Italian psychiatrist Roberto Assagioli (1888-1974).
I have undertaken my own personal journey for many years in therapy and all of my work is clinically supervised.
“We have already been given everything we need; our task is to assemble and use it in the appropriate way.
Part Two delves into the problems and difficulties experienced on the spiritual path.
Part three deals with the everyday application of those insights gained in the process of spiritual awakening. Expanding the Consciousness: Conquering and Exploring the Worlds Within, 5.
The psychosynthesis institute he created in Florence is still the main institute.
More than fifty other psychosynthesis institutes have since then been established, in almost all continents of the world.
I had never liked the previous edition because the translation, for me anyway, made Assagioli's book seem rather uninteresting. The new translation is fresh and brings the words alive in a new way, and there are real gems in here.
Even though I've read it before in previous translations, it is like having a 'new' Assagioli book ...