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What is it?

Biographical Counselling is a self-knowledge therapeutic process based on the archetype of life stages and the understanding of a life history - that is, a biography - through the expansion of our consciousness as human beings. This approach was developed by Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Anthroposophy. Guided by the Counsellor, the client is led to remember the facts that marked each of these seven year periods of his/her life.

How the process is: 

The client is encouraged to look, with proper distance, at what was left behind in his/her life path, which will help him/her to identify what was left unsolved.  As the awareness of the path taken increases, it becomes possible, on the one hand, to identify the qualities and skills developed and, on the other hand,  to integrate the events and challenges that will inspire a vision of the future.  This path can be walked down with a greater emphasis on the issues that the client will bring such as, for example, the line of the relationships, the one of the professional career development, the line of the spiritual search and many more.

The knowledge of the dynamics of your own soul will result in the strengthening of self-esteem and self-confidence, factors that will favour an important growth in the consciousness of individuality.  From the moment we have a clear idea of ​​how we look as individuals, we will be able to realize who we really are, where we are, where we want to go and, above all, what our mission is.

Consequently, memories and events take their place in the arrangement of each story, acknowledged as the essence of a process that, besides being therapeutic, enables us to make decisions wisely, which is our opportunity to be present in the place and time that we have to occupy as individuals aware of our role in the world.

It takes place in individual 90-minute meetings, in person or online. 

For individual appointments, the average number of sessions is 12 to 15.

We also offer this process in groups of up to 4 people, on weekends, or from 6 to 8 weekly meetings of 4 hours each. 

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