Roberto Assagioli - Jung and Psychosynthesis will be available on
Institute of Psychosynthesis - Soulmaking at Work
The growth process can be described as a series of identifications with ever-more inclusive wholes. The personality moves through cycles of integration, dis-integration, and re-integration wherein the individual disidentifies from the person he used to be and identifies with the person he has become. At the center of each new whole is an integrating factor, a center of awareness and will, a point of identity: a Self.
History - Institute of Psychosynthesis
Ways of moving into the experience of higher consciousness include reading inspirational literature, listening to great music and experiencing great art. Such creations are produced by people who can touch and express higher consciousness. The highest human qualities are embodied in their works and evoked in us by exposure to them. Meditative disciplines and other spiritual or religious practices can facilitate contacting and integrating transpersonal awarenesses. Sensing one's participation in the larger whole, acts of cooperation with evolution, and service to humanity can bring a fulfillment and joy characteristic of higher consciousness. Psychosynthesis encourages development of habits which foster high quality living, and arranging circumstance and environments that evoke the highest and best from individuals and groups.
Introducing Humanistic Psychology
- includes What is Psychosynthesis?, Resources, Organizations, Publications, , Centers & Practitioners, Projects & Activities, Events, and links
Humanistic Psychology, Counselling, Psychotherapy
Danish site by - contains a large amount of material on Psychosynthesis. The includes all Assagioli's English articles (36) and interviews. Some of them are very rare and informative and have never been published online before.