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eBook Transpersonal Development: The Dimension Beyond Psychosynthesis epub
  • ISBN: 1855382911
  • Author: Robert Assagioli
  • Genre: Self-Help
  • Subcategory: Personal Transformation
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorsons Publishing (June 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 304 pages
  • ePUB size: 1984 kb
  • FB2 size 1169 kb
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Transpersonal Development book. This is a revised translation (2008) of the classic book by Assagioli. Roberto Assagioli was born in Venice in 1888

Transpersonal Development book. Roberto Assagioli was born in Venice in 1888. As a young medical student he introduced the discoveries of Sigmund Freud to his professors. However, he saw that psychoanalysis neglected the exploration of what Maslow, some sixty years later, would call 'the farther reaches of human nature'.

Transpersonal Development book.

Definitely a book that is right for this precise time in our history. I would urge anyone who regards themself as working in the spiritual field to read this.

Items related to Transpersonal Development: The Dimension Beyond . The inspiring message of this book is that transpersonal development is not just for the exceptional few. It is possible for everybody.

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Transpersonal Development. E. Roberto Assagioli's psychosynthesis model of personality development. 1. Stages of transpersonal development. How we measure 'reads'. b. Spiritual development "beyond ego" does not require surrender, loss or. annihilation of the ego. c. Contacting one's Transpersonal Self. 2. Personal psychosynthesis. a. Knowledge of one's personality. i. Personality is capable of producing many ego structures across. Control of its elements. 3. Transpersonal psychosynthesis.

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Psychosynthesis is an approach to psychology that was developed by Italian psychiatrist, Roberto Assagioli

Psychosynthesis is an approach to psychology that was developed by Italian psychiatrist, Roberto Assagioli. He compared psychosynthesis to the prevailing thinking of the day, contrasting psychosynthesis for example with existential psychology, but unlike the latter considered loneliness not to be "either ultimate or essential".

Journal of Counseling and Development.

Assagioli, R. (1991) Transpersonal Development: The Dimension Beyond Psychosynthesis. Assay, T. and Lambert, M. J. (1999) The empirical case for the common factors in therapy: Quantitative findings. In Sills, C. ed. Towards the coaching relationship. Reprinted in Training Magazine, February 2003, p. 2-34. Journal of Counseling and Development. Braun, B. & Clarke, V. (2006).

Psychosynthesis, A Manual of Techniques. Roberto Assagioli, £2. 0. Transpersonal Development: The Dimension Beyond Psychosynthesis.

It is possible for everybody. Assagioli gives practical guidelines to help people achieve the goal. ID pub 69 – The Directed Daydream.

Transpersonal Development: The Dimension Beyond Psychosynthesis The inspiring message of this book is that transpersonal development is not just for the exceptional few. He presents a vision of the integration of cultural, scientific, and human aspects which can give birth to a new humanity. Part One describes the reality of the superconscious. ID pub 70 – Jung and Psychosynthesis. ID pub 72 – Psychosomatic Medicine and Bio-Psychosynthesis.

The author was the founder of psychosynthesis, a discipline working on both psychological and transpersonal levels, in which there is widespread interest. This collection of unpublished work, put together after his death, provides valuable insights into his theories both in general and specific areas of psychosynthesis. The first part of this book describes the reality of the superconscious, the second delves into the problems and difficulties of the spiritual path while the third deals with everyday applications of those insights.
Comments: (7)
Tori Texer
A holistic approach to coaching and psychotherapy that we truly need today in order to activate our full potential. This is an invitation to participate consciously in the processes of human evolution. Dr. Assagioli brilliantly left his legacy for the future in a shining gem from which we can know ourselves and establish a conscious link with our Higher Self (beyond ideologies).
For me Dr.Assagiloi presents the true beating heart of his approach to the psychospiritual development of human consciousness. In this under discovered book he sets ALL the terms, 'personality'/'ego', 'I', 'Self' and highest 'SELF'/'Transpersonal Self' straight ! Emphasis is restored to the Spiritual qualities that inspire Man to grow beyond his personal desires and good and to consecrate and ennoble the existential suffering that is part of the Human experience on the Spiritual Wisdom path of evolution towards inclusive Wholeness. This is a systematic and coherent study of the higher regions of the unconscious, The Superconscious, the existence and influence of which he was among the first to postulate in the Western Psychological World of the 1930's. In this work he introduces us to a coherent psychological approach to Spiritual Awakening and living Spiritually in day to day life. This should be the FIRST book you read if you are interested in Psychosynthesis Psychology.

His writing is fluid and full of insight into the essential Spiritual nature of being an embodied expression of the Divine or Highest Self. His approach is phenomenological and scientific. His methods include but go beyond the empirical blunt instruments of the physical sciences. He references his intellectual debts to prominent contemporaries like William James, Abraham Maslow, Robert Desiolle, Count Hermann Keyserling as well as the profound influences of Trans-Himalayan authors and provides vignettes of persons undergoing the profound crises that often accompany authentic Transpersonal development; He examines and lays the foundations for the scientific study and facilitation of Spiritual Enlightenment as that expression has been documented to represent real, profound transformative personal experiences in a plurality of Cultural and Religious traditions.

Published in it's original Italian in 1988 and translated and presented to English language readers in 1991...This is a seminal text and a "MUST READ" in today's psychospiritual supermarket so overstocked with 'pink tinted' DIY self help books offering accelerated and painless enlightenment or which place over enthusiastic emphasis on exotic expressions like 'sub-personalites' or 'inner child', "yoga" and breathing exercises etc.
Dr. Roberto Assagioli tells it as it is.

If it hasn't already I hope it won't be long before this book TRANSPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT starts to get primary emphasis on the book lists and curriculum of Psychosynthesis training institutions World-wide.
Great read.
Excellent !!!
I must admit: I see Assagioli's 3rd book, "Transpersonal Development" as the masterwork of the Western spiritual tradition. In this, Hermetic/Neoplatonic tradition, as exemplified by Dante, St.John of the Cross or Rumi, the psyche/soul as a whole journeys towards Transpersonal Self/God. There is a conspicuous absence of dis-identification in Assagioli's third book. The protagonist of the entire psycho-spiritual drama remains soul/psyche, not the disidentifiedied "I", which is different from the first two books. "Transpersonal Development", a compilation of loosely knit essays, remains Assagioli's contribution to wisdom literature. Not quite a science, nor philosophy, it remains psychology in the vein of Aristotle's "De Anima". As a meditation on life it has precursors in Epictetus, Montaigne, Thoreau or Nietzsche, every writer analyst of man's condition. Among the more professional kin: Freud, Fromm or Jung, in their most essayist and generalizing disposition. This work, however readable it may be, is not a significant step forward, either in theory ( if we define theory as having more explicative value, not being just an inspired reflection on vita religiosa ) or in practice, so my opinion is that it is more representative of Assagioli's personal "journey", than being a guide to self-actualization & realization, unlike "Psychosynthesis" and "The Act of Will". Moreover: I'd say that it remains questionable whether it can be judged as a complement to the previous books or is an "aberration" in a sense that it presents methodology in some ways contrary to that exposed in previous books.
I purchased this book for $50. After reading it, I believe it is priceless.
Assagioli's older works on psychosynthesis are outstanding, but this one is sublime. This book is definitely a Masterwork of the Western Mystery Tradition.
Page after page, Assagioli astounds you with insights gained over a lifetime of study. This man was a psychiatrist, but his true calling was as a spiritual adept. Don't read this book unless you are over 40. I would not have comprehended or appreciated this book at a younger age. I know this is a trite saying...but this book will change your life.
Mustard Forgotten
The articles in this book have widened and broadened my spiritual perspective. They are written in an easy to follow fashion, easily drawing from concepts basic to psychology and all major religions, and "synthesizing" these ideas so that I can apply them to my own spiritual journey. The author's own peace and joy are apparent on every page. Now I have to get all of Assagioli's other books!
Assagioli is new to me. His words around Pscyosynthesis and beyond are amazingly INTEGRAL. Best of all, I really enjoyed how he writes. His use of language was clear to me.
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