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“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”.

Anaïs Nin

Psychosynthesis is a holistic modality that considers body, feelings, mind and spirit. It is described as a psychology of the Self stating that human experience includes matters of soul and spirit, alongside physical and emotional experiences, thoughts and mental processes. Psychosynthesis is a system of psychological therapy which originated in Freud’s discoveries about the unconscious mind. In 1911 the Italian psychoanalyst Roberto Assagioli added to this body of knowledge by observing that there is a ‘superconscious’ as well as a lower unconscious. Dr. Assagioli stressed the importance of the human ‘impulse towards wholeness’ and of the longing and striving for a more authentic and truer experience of Self. As that conscious connection to Self becomes more integrated, the relationship inevitably extends beyond the personal to a sense of connection and responsibility for the ‘greater whole’ and our contribution to something of meaning or our interconnectedness with all.

Psychosynthesis is useful for people seeking a new, more spiritually oriented vision of themselves to enable change and growth. It can help with issues such as anxiety, body dysmorphia, burnout, depression, OCD, and eating disorders.