The inspiral method stems from the analysis of everyone’s desire and need to get in touch with the other at a deep emotional and affective level, beyond personal difficulties and major social conditioning.
Plunged into a very individualistic environment even in terms of inner search and growth and awareness paths - the relationship with the other often encounters difficulties hindering the free expression of one’s emotional life and the need for a full and fulfilling affective contact.
Within the protected framework of the group, the purpose of the inspiral method, through non verbal codes, is to help overcoming one’s emotional blocks and resuming the spontaneity of the affective gesture through the relationship and contact with the other.
It’s an entirely experiential method, whose roots go back to disciplines and approaches stemming from different theories, as a synthesis of psychology, communication and spirituality.
It is founded on Gestalt Psychology, non verbal communication, Body and Humanistic Therapies, Art Therapy and Meditation techniques to get in touch with one’s Inner Self to find the relationship with the other.
Our method, for each session, consists of two stages (opening and closing of the group work) for an individual and deep contact with one’s inner life, and four central stages representing the specific core of our method.
Our targets include:
- Recovering the body and emotional feelings
- Becoming aware of one’s personal emotions and feelings towards the other
- Discovering unexplored parts of one’s self beyond conditioning and internalized judgments
- Recovering one’s creativity and vital energy
- Increasing harmony in real affective relations
- Recovering one’s body contact as a form of interpersonal knowledge and emotional relationship
- Improving the dynamics of couples and sentimental relationships
- Overcoming sexual-related blocks and prejudices
- Enhancing the value of one’s own relational and emotional style
- Exploring and expressing one’s own skills
- Expanding one’s inner and outer perception
- Overcoming mental and social conditioning in one’s personal relations