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201. Psychosynthesis & Education Trust Annual Accounts 2007.

201. Psychosynthesis & Education Trust Annual Accounts 2007.

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PSYCHOSYNTHESIS AND EDUCATION TRUST FINANCIAL STATEMENTS YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2007 REGISTERED CHARITY NUMBER: 1077365 REGISTERED COMPANY NUMBER: 3838253 DRAFT ACCOUNTS O 8 JUL 2006 RECr C®w:~% f~~~~ tf~! ~ d , F:\NLC\CK J\Psychosynthesis & Educa ti on Trust NL53111\Audit\2007\without revaluation final accounts.xlswithout revaluation final accounts.xlsF ro nt PSYCHOSYNTHESIS AND EDUCATION TRUST PRESIDENT CHAIR PERSON TRUSTEES Lady Diana Whitmore Brenda Squires Hugh Lee Askar Chris W Bu

PSYCHOSYNTHESIS AND EDUCATION TRUST FINANCIAL STATEMENTS YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2007 REGISTERED CHARITY NUMBER: 1077365 REGISTERED COMPANY NUMBER: 3838253 DRAFT ACCOUNTS O 8 JUL 2006 RECr C®w:~% f~~~~ tf~! ~ d , F:\NLC\CK J\Psychosynthesis & Educa ti on Trust NL53111\Audit\2007\without revaluation final accounts.xlswithout revaluation final accounts.xlsF ro nt PSYCHOSYNTHESIS AND EDUCATION TRUST PRESIDENT CHAIR PERSON TRUSTEES Lady Diana Whitmore Brenda Squires Hugh Lee Askar Chris W Bu

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PSYCHOSYNTHESISANDEDUCATIONTRUSTFINANCIALSTATEMENTSYEAR
ENDED
31
AUGUST
2007
REGISTERED
CHARITYNUMBER:
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PSYCHOSYNTHESIS
AND
EDUCATION
TRUSTPRESIDENT
CHAIR
PERSONTRUSTEES
Lady
Diana
Whitmore
Brenda
Squires
Hugh
Lee
Askar
Chris
W
Burgess
PeterHein
Michael
Shaw
Helen
Sieroda
John
Shiers
Brenda
Squires
LadyDiana
Whitmore
COMPANY
SECRETARY
Jim
Wallman
DIRECTOR
OF
PROGRAMMES
Keith
Silvester
DIRECTOR
OF
OPERATIONSANDDEVELOPMENT
Jim
Wallman
COMPANYREGISTRATION
NO.
3838253
REGISTERED
ANDPRINCIPALOFFICE
92-94
Tooley
StreetLondon
SE1
2TH
REGISTERED
CHARITY
NO.
1077365
AUDITOR
Maclntyre
Hudson
LLP
Chartered
Accountants
Euro
House
1394
High
Road
London
N20
9YZ
BANKERS
SOLICITORS
Barclays
Bank
PLCSouthwark
branch
29Borough
High
Street
London
SE1
1
LY
Bates,
Wells
&
Braithwaite2-6
Cannon
Street
London
EC4M
6YH
 
PSYCHOSYNTHESIS
AND
EDUCATION
TRUSTTHE
DIRECTORS'
A
ND
TRUSTEES'
REPORT
YEAR
ENDED
31
AUGUST
2007
Page
1
The
Trustees
of
the
Psychosynthesis&Education
Trust,
who
are
alsothe
Directors
of
the
charitable
companyof
thesame
name,presenttheirannual
report
and
the
audited
statements
for
the
yearended
31
August
2007.
Psychosynthesis
and
Education
Trust
is
a
company
limited
byguarantee.A
WORD
FROM
THE
CHAIR:
Psychosynthesis:
a
psychologyfor
our
times?
In
the
early
twentieth
centuryneurologistSigmund
Freudandhis
followerswerepioneering
work
with
talking
therapy,analysis
of
dreams
and
word
association.
In
this
waythey
were
attempting
to
mapoutthe
effect
of
unconscious
driveson
our
wakinglifeand
thus
help
alleviate
thesymptomsof
patients
who
weresufferingfromneuroses.An
Italian
psychiatrist,RobertoAssagioli,
was
oneoftheparty.
Anearly
follower
of
Freud,
Assagioliwas
the
first
to
bring
psychoanalysis
toItaly.
Soonhowever
a
fissure
began
to
appear.Assagiolitook
exceptionto
Freud's
emphasison
the
sexually
repressedandprimitiveaspects
of
the
unconscious.Surely,
he
maintained,
the
unconscious
is
alsothesourceof
our
greatest
worksof
art
and
scientificbreakthroughs?
Over
timeAssagioli
was
to
develop
this
viewinto
a
theory
of
the
unconscious.
He
distinguishedvariousfacets
ofthepsyche:
he
spoke
of
the
superconscious
-
therealmof
inspiration
and
abstract
thinking,
the
middleunconscious
-
just
beyond
our
everydayawareness,
and
of
the
lowerunconscious,which
corresponds
toFreud's
unconscious.
He
meldedtogether
his
interest
in
traditional
Eastern
thought
and
philosophy
with
hisresearch
into
Western
humanistic
psychology.
Assagioli
was
keen
to
study
what
washealthy
andcreative
in
usaswell
as
understanding
what
waspathological;
it
is
as
valid,
he
said,to
trace
the
highestachievements
and
experiences
of
mankind
as
it
is
to
disentangle
what
is
dysfunctional.Our
aweand
our
joy
matter
as
much,
if
not
more,
than
our
despair.
In
fact
our
despaircan
oftenbethekeyto
our
spiritual
awakening.
In
time
his
work
gave
rise
to
psychosynthesis,
which
is
a
form
of
transpersonalpsychology.
It
has
oftenbeensaid
that
in
our
times
there
is
a
need
for
a
new
type
of
spirituality
and
'spiritual'
expression.
Formany,
orthodox
religionhas
lostitsimpact.
Psychosynthesisoffers
a
blend
of
psychology
and
spirituality.
It
addresses
our
need
to
knowourselves
in
the
fullness
of
our
being,
as
wellas
satisfying
the
urge
to
experience
ourselves
as
part
ofa
larger
whole.
In
itself
psychosynthesisneither
endorsesnor
refutesreligion
for
it
focuses
on
experience
rather
thanon
intellectualbelief.
In
an
era
wherethere
is
a
danger
of
black
and
whitethinking
on
spiritual
matters
it
offersan
opportunity
to
explore
one'sinner
world
without
the
necessity
of
adheringtopreset
tenets.Assagioliwas
a
secular
Jew,
atone
timeimprisonedunder
Mussolini.He
practised
and
worked
in
Florence,
the
Italian
city
thatmorethan
anyotherembodies
theidealsand
aspirations
of
theRenaissance.
In
hisown
way
he
was
a
Renaissance
man
with
an
interest
in
psychiatry,
science,
art,
religion
and
philosophy.
It
is
small
wonder
thenthat
Assagiolisought
to
gather
what
wasbest
and
strongest
in
different
traditions.Assagiolidistinguishespsychosynthesis
from
psychoanalysis.
In
traditional
psychoanalysis
the
contents
of
the
psyche
are
analysedand
interpreted
by
the
therapist.Althoughdealingwith
highly
chargedemotional
material,
it
is
primarily
anintellectual
processwhereby
what
has
been
repressed
is
unearthed
and
explored
in
the
safety
ofthe
therapeuticrelationship.Thissurfacing
helpsgivegreater
freedom
and
awareness
tothe
analysand.Psychosynthesis
buildsonthis
process
and
has
many
elements
in
common
with
it,
but
it
goes
further
in
employing
anarrayof
methods
and
techniques,which
tapdirectly
into
the
creativity
oftheclient
and
help
him
or
her
discover
inner
resources
and
wisdom.
Themethods
used
include
guidedimagery,
activeimaginationwork,
freedrawing,
Gestaltworkand
role-play.Throughtechniques
suchas
these
the
various
warring
elementswithin
the
person
can
be
brought
into
harmony.
Working
in
aperiod
beforeresearch
had
revealed
what
wenow
know
about
hemisphericalspecialisation,Assagioliunderstood
perfectlythe
necessity
of
synthesising
thetwo
sides
ofthebrain
for
optimalfunctioning.
Thus
imagination
is
balanced
by
rational
thinking,and
emotionby
practicality.
A
psychology
for
now?
At
a
time
wheninstitutions
andbeliefs
are
shifting,the
individual
often
experiences
a
senseof
dislocation
and
can
feeldisconnected
fromhis
or
her
inner
world.
Thiscan
lead
notonlyto
an
aridity
of
spirit,butageneral
state
ofconfusion.
Why
am
I
here?What
is
important
tome?What
is
the
purpose
of
my
life?
How
can
I
find
meaning
and
fulfilment?Often
theanswersto
these
questions
are
nearerthan
we
might
think.
Thanks
to
the
innovative
work
of
Roberto
Assagioliandothers
in
thefieldof
psychosynthesis,
wenow
how
have
a
body
of
knowledge
and
experience
to
help
us
in
the
journey
of
self
discovery.
BrendaSquires
Chair

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