Rahul Mishra


Psychosynthesis : A psychology with a Soul.

Psychosynthesis is described as a psychology of the Self, in which the realms of human experience of physical and emotional experiences and thoughts and mental processes are linked with matters of soul and spirit, alongside.
Psychosynthesis is a Foundational Bridge Between Psychology and Spirituality
Psychosynthesis is a holistic approach and can include an exploration of the physical, emotional, psychological, social, sexual, cultural, ecological and spiritual elements and influences on health and well-being. It integrates the best that western psychology, along with eastern and western spiritual techniques; such as the art of presence, mindfulness, meditation and visualisation.

During the sessions a psychosynthesis therapist is interested in the potential of human nature rather than diagnosis and equating you with your problems or illness. The therapist uses ‘bifocal vision’ to see that we are more than our problems.
Relationship is at the heart of psychosynthesis.
Our relationship with our self is the premise for all further relationships.

During the sessions a psychosynthesis we focus on high therapeutic alignment and alliance of brain and body. The empathic, unconditional love and acceptance experienced in therapy allows you to reconnect with your authentic self. Psychosynthesis gives us a context of hope for resolving difficulties in all of our relationships.

The benefits of psychosynthesis therapy

  • Provides a safe space to explore your inner and outer world
  • Learn how your problems could be the catalyst for growth and transformation

Reference: An overview of psychosynthesis psychology
Psychosynthesis psychology was developed by Roberto Assagioli (1888–1974), who was a medical doctor, contemporary of Freud and Jung, and the first psychoanalyst in Italy. In the 1960s, along with Maslow, he was one of the founders of the emerging field of transpersonal psychology, helping to define essential transpersonal concepts such as peak experiences (Maslow 1968) and the transpersonal or Higher Self (Assagioli 2000).

  • Find resolution of the pervasive underlying causes of your problems
  • Heal from early childhood trauma and abuse
  • Find freedom from self-destructive thoughts and behaviours
  • Build a toolbox of coping and life skills
  • Build a strong foundation for healthy relationships
  • Increase self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence
  • Become more intuitive and creative
  • Reconnect with your authentic self
  • Discover value, meaning and purpose in your life
  • Experience self-actualization and self-realization
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