SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 27th 2015
““SACRED, HEALING WATERS”
BIOTRANSENERGETIC HEALING PROCESS ORIENTED BODYMIND AND ARCHETYPICAL WORK SESSION ALL DAY LONG
A unique chance to take care of ourself being in touch by a magnifique nature sorround . The archetypical frame of Biortransenergetic, let us working in touch with the healing process of fresh waters.
The retreat will be lead by
Charge fee 60 euro
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Val Grande is located up to Lago Maggiore, 150 km driving from Milan.
It is the largest wilderness area in Italy, but also an outdoor museum of the ancient civilization of the Alps. The abandonment of the alpine summer pastures and of the deforestation practice led to the return to wilderness: nature becomes the master. The richness and variety of the vegetation represent one of the greatest attractions of the area, with impenetrable woods and a “very colored” flora. A Park with many secrets: timid animals, steep deep valleys, crystal-clear waters in gorges protected by overhanging walls, and charming views, from Mt. Rosa to Lago Maggiore.
ABOUT TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Transpersonal psychology is characterised as a
contribution given by scientific research to the
study and comprehension of inner experiences
of the transcendental type.
Transpersonal psychology seems to characterise
itself as a wide thought and research movement,
working towards an integration of psychological
principles and methods with spiritual practices
or shamanic rituals, in order to synthesise mind,
meditation, spirituality and transcendence, the
ordinary consciousness and extraordinary one,
mystic ecstasy or shamanic experiences.
Transpersonal psychology works for the realisation
of the self, the awakening of the spiritual nature
in each individual, and of one’s most genuine
It seems that the word ‘transpersonal’ applied in
psychology, was first used by Roberto Assagioli,
the father of “Psychosynthesis,” and then by C.G.
It refers to the areas of the psyche that go beyond
the identification with individual personality.
Transpersonal psychology thereby refers to
the particular approach that studies and develops
spirituality and spiritual experiences in a
This approach began to assert itself in the field of psychology in the 1960s, moving from the works of A. Maslow,
who first put emphasis on an “evolutive” psychology that would take into account the “development of potentialities,”
the “gradual needs satisfaction,” the “relationship between persons” involved in the therapeutic setting,
and the “mystical experiences” as basics in a self realisation process.