Differentiated the Higher Unconscious (with contents of the superconscious or Transpersonal Self and transpersonal archetypes) of the Collective Unconscious (with pre-personal archetypes.) Abraham Maslow: He founded the Journal of Transpersonal Psychology “in 1968. Your contribution is related to the Summit Experiences are the key to enter the transpersonal. They are “an experience in which time disappears and all needs are filled.” His concept of self-realization and fulfillment is approaching a state of unity of mystical properties. In 1977 Ken Wilber raised in a very illuminating their “Maps” of different levels of consciousness and its evolution from a trans-personal perspective. Psychotherapies that are also appropriate at each level. In his book The Atman Project (Ed. Kairos, 1980) explores the conceptual and theoretical framework of trans-personal psychology. Robert A. Iger pursues this goal as well. It is one of the brightest thinkers in this field.
Stanislav Grof: One of the most important authors in Trans-personal Psychotherapy. It began as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in 1956, researching LSD. One of his most important contributions is that of Perinatal Matrices. With them we offer an invaluable view of the various stages of the process of birth and the signs that this process imprints on the human psyche as well as in psychopathology. (S. Grof, and Transpersonal Psychology: birth, death and transcendence in psychotherapy, Ed Kairos, Barcelona, 1985) transpersonal techniques in general are related to the provision of non-ordinary states of consciousness.
These experiences have allowed us to observe not only the psyche contains a level field but includes biographical transbiograficos two fields: the domain of the perinatal related to the birth experience and transpersonal field that deals with phenomena of experiential identification with other people, animals, visions archetypal, mythological or ancient The memories of physical and emotional experiences are stored in the psyche, not as isolated fragments but as complex constellations Grof called COEX (Condensed Experience Systems). Grof’s COEX understood as general organizational principles of the human psyche. They play an important role in our psychological life and can influence the way we perceive or perceive others and how we feel about them. There is a dynamic relationship between external events systems. The external events can be activated by our systems and in turn can make us perceive and behave in a manner that recreated the essence of them in our daily lives. Grof developed Breathing Holotropic, enhanced technique that uses breathing, music, body work, design integration and shared with those who make up the workshop. Here, the therapist provides a useful method for interior work, a non-ordinary states of consciousness. Create a safe environment, emotional support and confidence for the development of the process that translates into a powerful effect on the balance of emotions and healing. It has great potential for personal development. Emotions can be worked and release shame, guilt or anger. This is so because they automatically bring to consciousness the unconscious contents that have a strong emotional charge and psychotherapy that are most relevant at that particular time and that will be available to be integrated and tested in its entirety. It is also a useful technique to be used for various psychosomatic disorders or people with other organic diseases.