What is process-oriented Psychology and Yoga Psychology?

Process-Oriented Psychology

It is founded by Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian analyst, physicist, and author. Today it is described as an approach to awareness and used in individual coaching, leadership development, organizational work, psychotherapy and in the world of medicine, politics, and art.

There is a huge applied part called World work. It addresses the facilitation and transformation of conflict in small or large group processes. It is the idea of Deep Democracy, which describes the importance of every voice and the diversity of the voices as significant. It leads to the wiser and more sustainable whole.

Yoga Psychology

From the perspective of Yoga Psychology and Philosophy, our body has 5 layers: the physical body, the energetic body, the mental/emotional body, the wisdom body, and the spiritual body.

From my point of view, Yoga is psychology and the only system that I know that strengthens, balances and heals all aspects of our self-our physical, mental, emotional, energetic and spiritual bodies. Yoga Psychology in combination with coaching is a process of transformation through integration. Transformation appears through a process of self-learning and growth.