Psychosynthesis A Manual of Principles & Techniques Roberto Assagioli

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Psychosynthesis A Manual of Principles & Techniques Roberto Assagioli

1993 edition, unread, spine perfect, page ends lightly tanned at top edge from sunlight on a bookshelf. Cover unopened, pages upopened - see pictures of Contents pages.

Repackage of a seminal work. The definitive guide to the principles and techniques of psychosynthesis, written by the man who developed it.

Psychosynthesis is an enormously influential form of psychoanalysis. It was developed in the early part of the 20th century by Roberto Assagioli, a visionary psychoanalyst who was years ahead of his time. He has become as important as Freud, Jung and Reich, with whom he was contemporary.

Psychosynthesis is different because it believes that psychoanalysis is incomplete without taking into account the soul, the imagination and the will. It is a very spritual, mystical, creative form of psychoanalysis and therefore is particularly relevant for our times today.

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