The Essentials of Psychosynthesis

*** UPDATE ***

The PSP Trust is delighted to announce the next intake for the
‘Essentials of Psychosynthesis’

A 6 day course held in Auckland.

Wednesday 29th January – Monday 3rd February

9am – 5pm

Enrolments are now open and close 20 January 2020.

Please direct any questions to:

Course Information

Essentials of Psychosynthesis

Jan/Feb 2020

An Introduction to the Principles of Psychosynthesis

The Essentials is a powerful introduction to the principles and understanding of Psychosynthesis through experiential learning. That means that there is a strong focus on making a participant’s own experience central to their learning and understanding, without needing to reveal aspects of their personal story which they may wish to keep private.

During the programme participants explore how unexamined habits of experiencing, understanding and responding to the world can result in our engaging with life through various default settings. These aren’t always as effective as they once were, and seeing how these both serve and limit our purpose opens up opportunities for new ways of responding to current information and new or changed situations.

Held either over two consecutive weekend intensives, or as a 6 day intensive, the 12 topics explore:

  • Introducing Assagioli and Psychosynthesis
  • Mind and Psyche in Psychosynthesis
  • Body, Feeling, Thinking

    Our way to the world

  • Subpersonalities

    Organising our responses

  • Identification and Dis-identification

    Non-attachment and freedom

  • Creativity

    The patterns of inspiration

  • Accessing the Superconscious
  • Life stage, Crisis, Awakening Purpose

    Or all the above?

  • Motivation and Will

    Discovering choice and alignment

  • Building Relationship with Self & Others
  • Psyche, Synthesis and Evolution
  • Making It Work

    The Act of Will

The Essentials invites us to engage with life as a process of receiving and responding to information – from ourselves, other people, our individual and shared situation, and our understanding of the context of our place in history and society.

Using simple yet powerful experiential tools, maps and models, participants learn how to differentiate and work with their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual experiences. Exploring these privately and in a supportive group environment helps build a relational sense of co-creating with life’s sometimes challenging processes, renewing a sense of personal direction, reducing tension or overwhelm and allowing new possibilities and choices in our individual and collective evolution.