Vision Centre for Integrative Psychosynthesis; Re.
Re-Vision Integrative Psychosynthesis ..
But how does modern Psychosynthesis relate to this concept? I have found no evidence whatsoever, that any of the modern writers have included the concept of involution. Firman/Gila (2004:3) are the only writers who consciously address the question and they reject it: Human beings are intrinsically at home in the cosmos. We are not visitors from another dimension, alienated and seeking our way home.
Thoughts, and Visions: Psychosynthesis
In this evolutionary development there can be a healthy or a pathological fashion of what has to be learned and integrated. Wilber (2000c: 98-99) claims that every level has a characteristic psychopathology that must be addressed by the appropriate psychotherapeutic intervention or treatment modality. His model includes personal as well as transpersonal pathologies so no stage of development is beyond a need for treatment, if the healthy transition through that stage failed. In Wilbers (2000c: 97) model all psychotherapies are relevant, at their appropriate level, because they each have specialised with specific types of pathology. Wilber (2000c: 109) introduces the term a full-spectrum therapist and states that he/she: works with the body, the shadow, the persona, the ego, the existential self, the soul and Spirit. Psychosynthesis, which claims to be a synthetic treatment, might be inspired by that vision.