Are your over-identification with aspects of yourself or with particular roles beginning to feel constraining?
Do you sense an “impulse toward wholeness” as you move through a personal or relational crisis or transition?
Indeed, in times of transition or crisis, we can often discover some unexpected qualities, perspectives and meaning that want to unfold in our lives. Often in crisis, we may experience both a past wounding along with a concurrent desire to explore our inner and relational worlds more deeply and with greater purpose.
We may recognize that our “Self” is larger than the stories, subpersonalities or roles that we have tended to identify. Psychosynthesis incorporates practices that you can use to intentionally nurture and strengthen with compassionate attention a more integral (or holistic) sense of the Self that includes the personal and the transpersonal (what some would call the spiritual).
Psychosynthesis, a form of pyschotherapy that was first developed by the Italian psychiatrist, Dr. Roberto Assagioli, has over the years informed therapy, education and organizational practices.
When I work with my clients within a Psychosynthesis framework the focus will concurrently on the personal and also holds open the inquiry about what might be unfolding at the level of soul, spirit and Self . Together, we hold open the often unexpected creative possibilities inherent in what ‘may yet be’ or what is attempting to make itself known – The Self.