Sunday, May 19, 2019


Psychosynthesis is a psycho-spiritual framework for understanding and working with self and others in the ongoing process of growth and change. Psychosynthesis has influenced not only psychology, but also organizational development and education.

Dr. Roberto Assagioli, an Italian psychiatrist, developed psychosynthesis over a period of more than 60 years, beginning in 1910 and refining it up until his death in 1974. His main works include Psychosynthesis: A Collection of Basic Writings and The Act of Will, plus many monographs originally published in the United States by the Psychosynthesis Research Foundation. Psychosynthesis has grown in the United States through a number of centers and teachers, including Hedwig M. Weiler, MSN, APRN-BC, LCSW, who founded the Psychosynthesis Center of Wisconsin which has now merged with the Center for Awakening.

Today, psychosynthesis is used by educators in classrooms, practiced by psychotherapists, used in executive and life coaching, taught in some colleges and universities, and used in organizational development.  The Center for Awakening is proud to do its part in contributing to the work of psychosynthesis in helping humanity wake up to its potential.

Psychosynthesis Program Coordinators for the Center for Awakening are Carla Peterson and Hedwig M. Weiler.




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We recommend this book, Blueness of a Clear Sky, by Hildegard Weiler about her and her sister Hedwig's experiences during World War II.





Hedi Weiler shared aome thoughts about psychosynthesis in an interview on the Association for the Advancement of Psychosynthesis Web site.  Click here to listen.



NEW: Two taped meditations with Hedwig Weiler, the Rainbow Bridge and a centering meditation. Click here to listen.