Psychosynthesis: A Manual of Principles and Techniques
Arguing that psychoanalysis was incomplete, Assagioli began to formulate psychosynthesis in 1910. Psychology, he said, must embrace the soul, the imagination as well as the libido, the complex and the natural instinct.
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Dynamic Psychology and Psychosynthesis
SelfRealization and Psychological Disturb
PART TWO TECHNIQUES
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