Transpersonal Psychology

It see to the study of the highest potencial of the human being as well as recognize and expand the comprehension of the status

What is HB

One of the most powerful and effective techinques of experiential psychotherapy and deep self-exploration existing.

HB Objectives

To guide the person in a fascinating trip through the kingdoms previously unknown of the psyche.

How is a workshop and to whom it may concern

It combines breathing, evocative music, corporal focused work, art (mandalas) and group integration. For the personal development.

What is Holotropic Breathwork?

Holotropic Breathwork is a way for experiential and therapeutic work created by the Czech psychiatrist Dr. Stanislav Grof and his wife Cristina Grof. The word Respiración Holotrópica Holotropic Breathwork Grof Transpersonal Training‘holotropic’ derives from the Greek concept ‘holos’ (totality) and ‘trepein’ (going to), meaning to move towards the totality; to reflect that well-being comes from transcending the internal fragmentation and the feeling of isolation from others and our surroundings.

Since 1976, striking therapeutic results, personal growth and expansion of consciousness have been experienced by thousands of people around the world.

Holotropic Breathwork is one of the most powerful and effective techniques of experiential psychotherapy and deep self-exploration within the Transpersonal Psychology. Its purpose is to achieve greater self-understanding, expansion of self-identity and to facilitate access to the roots of emotional and psychosomatic problems. The word ‘holotropic’ suggests to overcome internal fragmentation, as well as a person’s sense of separation from the environment.

It is based on the great healing and transformative power of expanded or non-ordinary states of consciousness (Holotropic states), which can occur spontaneously or through psychological practices, rituals, mystical experiences or deep meditation.

“GGrof has always been one of the most original thinkers in the transpersonal field, and his creativity is attached to the maturity of his global vision.” Michael Washburn

This technique combines breathing, evocative music, focused body work, art (mandalas) and group integration. Through breathing and evocative music the psyche becomes activated and it is possible to go into expanded states of consciousness (Holotropic states). In those states the psyche has the amazing therapeutic ability to select and bring unconscious contents – often with a strong emotional charge and of great psychological importance – to our awareness. Holotropic states allow us to access deeper layers of the psyche and allow a wide range of contents to surface: related to one's life (even forgotten or repressed episodes), bodily and sensory memories, physical sensations associated with psychosomatic problems, emotions associated with important experiences, aspects of personal and collective unconscious, karmic memories, cellular memories and memories related to our birth, shamanic visions, archetypal contents, etc.

“Grof shows an impressive collection of data in support of the eternal demand that Western science should fully recognize the consciousness and its multiple non-ordinary states.” Richard Alpert (Ram Das)

EThe content of the experiences vary not only from person to person but also from session to session. One can connect with the following contents:

• Biographical facts: from our life from the moment of birth until now,
• Material from the Perinatal level: related to the time spent in the mother’s womb and the birth itself, which can be connected with psychological death and rebirth sequences,
• Transpersonal domain: where the sense of identity extends beyond the individual, covering aspects of humanity, the psyche and the cosmos, which provide a sense of meaning in life and connection.

Contact information

Sitara Blasco and Juanjo Segura

Tel. +34 607 302 727
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